• anonymous
Hello. I am stuck on part 1, problem set 4. What's the difference between build_coder(shift) and build_encoder(shift)? Both seem to operate the same.
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  • anonymous
Hey Takii, I'm stuck on this as well. Would love an answer here (I don't want to look at the solution code). So far, my build_encoder code is simply: return build_coder(shift) I'm not sure if that's correct but given the explanation provided in the files I can't think of what else is meant to go there...
  • anonymous
My code is exactly the same.... Well, I guess I need to check the answer key soon.
  • e.mccormick
One shifts postive and the other negative.

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