anonymous
  • anonymous
problem set 6 here z my code http://pastebin.com/tQNBiaRn the code z nt working properly :-( plz help
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The trigger instance must be returned to the caller function if either of the conditions is satisfied
anonymous
  • anonymous
THIS IS MY OUTPUT Trigger file: t1 TITLE NASA **** RUNNING MAKETRIGGER ON TRIGGER FILE **** True --> Is trigger t1 in triggerMap? False **** ERROR: Length of triggerMap should be 1; it is: 0 REQUIRED OUTPUT IS Trigger file: t1 TITLE NASA **** RUNNING MAKETRIGGER ON TRIGGER FILE **** TitleTrigger made with word: NASA --> Is trigger t1 in triggerMap? True
MicroBot
  • MicroBot
your problem is here: "This helper function should build and return a trigger depending on its type. It also keeps track of triggers and names in a map." your function does not keep track of them in a map (or else called dictionary).

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MicroBot
  • MicroBot
"Modifies triggerMap, adding a new key-value pair for this trigger."
anonymous
  • anonymous
did it :-)

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