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Your output does not match the spec. The spec says Implement a program that encrypts messages using Vigenère’s cipher, per the below. $ ./vigenere ABC plaintext: HELLO ciphertext: HFNLP Your result should match exactly; you are missing some "things". Specifically: Otherwise, your program must proceed to prompt the user for a ...


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Yes, this output. Then i think the problem is obvious. You print the initials and then the program ends and the command prompt apears in the same line than the initials. This is a piece of the especifitations for the problem set: Write, in a file called initials.c, a program that prompts a user for their name (using GetString to obtain their name as ...


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I figured it out. Believe it or not, all I needed to do was supply a \n in my printf. geez.


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I finally solved the above problem and wanted to share my solution in case it helps anyone else. I was using a while loop to re-prompt for input for heights that were not between 0-23 (inclusive). For some reason this was causing check50 to view the output as an exit code and overlook the spaces and #s, which were printing just fine when I ran my program. ...


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