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HI.I am following the 6.00 Computer Science course the 2008 fall version,maybe a little old .But since I have began, I want to hold on, so how can I get the code used in the lesson? You know, sometimes it is hard to see clearly, so can you give me some advice?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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I'm not too sure since I'm currently using the Spring 2011 course, but have you tried downloading the course material? If it's not in there, then I'm afraid I'm not sure where it would be. The Spring 2011 course is nice since the lectures are each listed with the lecture video, supporting files, and problem sets.
Thankyou for your reply, but I have already begun and don't want to change for the reason of time etc. Are the difference between two lesson very huge?
I think both try to get the same results, but they are taught by different professors, so the course material will differ.

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Does this file have it?
Yes. Thank you for your help. I have already found what I want in that link.

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