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MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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I am confused on how to approach this problem. I read the prof. instruction and yet still not clear
it's very hard to answer such a general question. please try to explain what exactly you don't understand.

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For example how to use chooseWord? When I call chooseWord(WORRS_FILENAME), I get an alphabet and not a word from words.txt
You first need to get the wordlist and then pass that to chooseWord like this. wordlist = loadWords() random_word = chooseWord(wordlist) Now if you print random_word it will contain a random word from wordlist.

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