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It's failing because the program is terminating abnormally, even though it is creating the output files. When I run it, I get this, along with the recovered images: ~/go/test/pset4/jpg/ $ ./recover card.raw munmap_chunk(): invalid pointer Aborted This causes the tests to fail. The problem lies with this code: free(buffer); free(filename); Neither of these ...


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If the second, or any odd-indexed candidate, is the winner print_winner will not detect that. Why? The i for loop in vote only processes the even indexes because i is incremented twice: once in the loop itself and once in the else clause. Incrementing the for variable within the loop is very often a bug waiting to happen. If you run the Usage Election but ...


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Actually, it's not working correctly. There's an infinite loop. It may look like it's working fine on your IDE, but try checking the file size of 049.jpg. It's growing without bound. I suspect your IDE is terminating the program when the disk space is being used up. Take a close look at the code related to handling the EOF for the input file. Here's ...


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The screen shot would be easier to read if larger, or simply pasted text. It says: cannot open file cash: Is a directory. If if the full path to the file being compiled should be pset1/cash/cache.c, but it is actually pset1/cash.c, the presence of a directory called 'cash' will cause that error. Try running 'pwd' and 'ls' yourself. If you see this: ~/pset1/ $...


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