anonymous
  • anonymous
PS 4: What is the difference between the build_coder function and the build_encoder function? They both produce the same output. The hint says I need to use build_coder in build_encoder, but that seems like repeating the same thing to me.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
As far as I remember, not much, although I guess it's useful to differentiate between the encoder and the decoder function by naming them differently (although they're pretty much identical in what they actually do).
anonymous
  • anonymous
They do the same thing. On these problem sets there is room for improvement of the given code and implementation, which is another reason why I prefer a non-graded approach to these courses.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Near as I can tell, none. Neither build_encoder or build_decoder are present in the solution.

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