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Hi,

You must create a single text file called README.txt that describes to the examiner the following information in exactly the order listed :
1. ��.
2. ���
3. ���..
4. ���
5. The names of the files you have submitted, with a note of their location in the directory structure, and a high level description of the purpose of each

I'm creating a main jar file with following structure
readme.txt
client.jar
server.jar
folder originalsource
folder newsource
folder documents
I'm confused about point 5 in the above specification. Does it mean that I need to describe all the files and folders in the main jar file ?
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I would list the jar file and then list all of the files inside it too.
 
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