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When you have completed the pset, and you have checked your program works correctly, using check50 you should go at the CS50 submit and upload the file you have written your code in, called the source code. There are very detailed steps at the end of each pset's specification.


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I found the repository. Here's the link: https://github.com/cs50/lectures


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Follow the link in the source code to the ioccc page. Follow some of the links to find out what it's all about. It's very cool. Then search the original page for "thad" (it's a winning entry from 2000). There you will find some links. Copy the Makefile to your working directory. Follow the instructions in thadgavin.hint. Make sure your source is named ...


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From your first link choose Index in the Source Code pane (far right). Choose misspellings/. Click on download to the right of speller. It will open with a text editor (like notepad++). It's also in the ZIP file.


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This is how to submit on edx, I would assume that if you are taking the class in any other capacity there is a similar link. http://apps.cs50.edx.org/cs50x/2015/@/portal


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easy. unzip filename.zip For more info, on a command line, just type unzip with no parameters.


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