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 In general, the student output is the left side (<) and the expected output is the right side (>). If unsure, then look at the diff command used as it is included in the diff output. ​ In general, the student output is the left side (<) and the expected output is the right side (>). If unsure, then look at the diff command used as it is included in the diff output. ​
  
-The diff output is ''​not''​ going to enable the student to recreate the input, but it gives insight to tests the student should consider debugging the code. Ultimately, it is the student'​s responsibility to test and debug code. +The diff output is ''​not''​ going to enable the student to recreate the input, but it gives insight to tests the student should consider ​in debugging the code. Ultimately, it is the student'​s responsibility to test and debug code. 
  
 As a student, be creative and try to break the code. If a student uses the pass-off process as a test driver for debug, then it is going to be a long semester full of a lot of down time waiting for pass-off attempts and a high level of frustration. ​ As a student, be creative and try to break the code. If a student uses the pass-off process as a test driver for debug, then it is going to be a long semester full of a lot of down time waiting for pass-off attempts and a high level of frustration. ​
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