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Is there a place that has the answers to the problems or "tasks" for the Python MOOC? I'm looking to check my answers and I can't seem to find them anywhere.

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  1. zeeporo
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    I do not know, but if you miss something you can always ask here and there will be some helpful answers I am sure.

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    its supposed that you ask here, share your code, question and answer here. You can upload you code to github and post here link.

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    This is a good question, I've been wondering the same. While I understand we can share code and that as in many things there may be more than 1 solution, it might be useful to know even if only as a top level design what is expected as an answer; especially as the course progresses and code presumably gets more complex.

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