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The only deadline is 31 Dec 2014 if you are going for a certificate. There are Weeks because you are doing the same course as the "in person" Harvard students who took CS50 on campus, and for them, those were the actual weeks of the term. On the course's edx page, they have a suggested schedule (that updates automatically) to give you some "soft" deadlines ...


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Had similar problem with similar message. This is how we found out what was wrong: Executed check50 -h to see what logging options there were. Discovered we can turn on debug logging using --log-level option. Executed check50 --log-level debug path/to/folder.... In the output noticed: fatal: repository 'https:///github.com/me50/$USERNAME' not found. ...


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Just re-upload. You can upload as many times as you like until the cut-off date. Each time you upload the entire assignment is re-checked, so take care to include all the files on each upload, not just the ones that have changed. Also, remember to check50 before submitting.


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Head to http://scratch.mit.edu/ and sign up for an account on MIT’s website by clicking Join Scratch atop the page. Your mission is, quite simply, to have fun with Scratch and implement a project of your choice (be it an animation, a game, interactive art, or anything else), subject only to the following requirements. Your project must have at least two ...


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You don't need to worry. Simply upload it to pset1. This has happened to lots of people (the page defaults to the final project submission for some reason). Staff have said it's not a problem.


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You don't need an XID account for CS50x. You just need an Edx account to enroll in the course, which will also serve as your CS50 Submit authentication. The only deadline for the 2015 offering of the course is December 31, 2015, by which all projects should be submitted. There is a proposed schedule for Edx students available if you need the psychological ...


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I had the same issue at the login creen saying my email and password were incorrect. In my case, it was because I signed in to edX with my google account. Maybe it has issues calling up my account/password with the extra handoff to google. What I did was sign up for an edX account (instead of logging in via google or yahoo). Fortunately, this was my ...


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So I'm wondering if submitting a program that would work but can't be actually tested is okay and is what is expected from us It is expected of you to find all the plaintext passwords of the hashed passwords. Your program should terminate in a reasonable amount of time. You can try to crack as many passwords as you want. By the way, I'm wondering... Is ...


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You're correct that the submission process changed in late July. All of your old submissions can be seen here: http://legacy.cs50.me and new submissions here: http://submit.cs50.io Both groups of submissions are used for grading, so you should see the progress here: http://cs50.me/cs50w


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Make sure you are on the latest version of the IDE (98 as of this writing). It is displayed in the top right next to the cloud9 icon, or run version50 from the command line. Use update50 to get the latest. That fixed this problem as reported on reddit.


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Sign out of the ide with this link: http://ide.cs50.io and close the tab/window. Next, sign completely out of github. Next, open a new tab/window and go to http://ide.cs50.io You should be prompted to sign in. Do so. Now try check50 again. If you still get that error, send an email to sysadmins@cs50.harvard.edu with your problem & details.


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Best to email certificates@cs50.harvard.edu with your github username and question. Someone can then investigate.


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The green progress line on CS50's submit page doesn't always fully load, so it is quite normal behavior you see. The file should have been uploaded successfully even if it may not appear so. Although remember to submit the form as described in step two, as per the spec, that's what triggers CS50bot to send you an email and begin grading.


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This may happen if your submission doesn't have the correct 'slug' (ie, you didn't use the exact submit50 command given in the spec) In this case, does your submission Problem title say cs50/2019/x/whodunit If not, resubmit it with that submit50 cs50/2019/x/whodunit


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Based on your reply to my answer over on your reddit post, it looks like this question has now been resolved. Can you please accept this answer to reflect that. Thanks.


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Yes, that's fine. You aren't required to submit your code if it's not developed in the IDE. Instead, you only need to submit a readme type file (and a video).


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There are several things that could have happened. Are you sure that you uploaded the correct version of the helpers.c file? Did you compile or test using a different version? Usually, something like this results when an earlier version that isn't right gets uploaded in the zip file, or the zip file is created from the wrong directory. I would recommend ...


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All submissions for this year are due on 31st of December, that is the only hard deadline to achieve a certificate for the 2015 cs50x. You are free to do the coursework up until the 31st, you can even submit psets, however come 31st your scores will be removed and the course material from the fall of '15 cs50 will be put in its place. You are free to ...


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I think more people have this problem, don't know the reason though. Try going directly to this url: https://x.cs50.net/2015/psets/0/ or: https://x.cs50.net/auth/login.php This should let you acces the submission page


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I had a problem set that wasn't graded. Here is the form link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1eo6nXI4zaJtvSttM06k8wxvxMB8mOdgZO4SQhqa3YCM/closedform


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