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Dear friends;

I need your help i almost finished the implementation of my assignments and also finished the documentation, BUT

the size of choices.txt file is ~ 50000 bytes (50 KB) . actually i document any things that i see.

is the size normal or i must refactor the documentation ?

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Mohamed Sulibi
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Howdy partner, my choices.txt is about the right now its 43K. It may become 50K if I add bit more stuff.
 
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but iam afraid for that as i sew:

400/400 result that only write
5 kb of data and also Ken was write only 10 kb

I am afraid of that.
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Well don't know what format they put theirs in or exactly how much information they had in their files. On the other hand, if I just use point form and just describe the essential (must) topics I guess I too can get it to like 10K:
RMI vs Sockets? Choose RMI because:
* point A...
* point B..

Search algorithm logic:
1) bla
2) bla

Locking mechanism logic:
1) bla
2) bla

So it really how you "present" the information.
 
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dear Tsang;

very thanks for your reply you are right.

regards.
 
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K. Tsang wrote:Well don't know what format they put theirs in or exactly how much information they had in their files. On the other hand, if I just use point form and just describe the essential (must) topics I guess I too can get it to like 10K


My document was way too long (no surprises there). But if I were to do it over, I would definitely use bullet points. Not only is this going to be easier for the assessor to digest (and keeping the assessor happy is a good thing), but it is also easier to write your "essay" answers if you only have to match the bullet points.

For anyone who's native language is not English, I think bullet points are a no brainer: do you really want to spend hours agonizing over the "correct" way to say something in English when a bullet point can be written in a few short minutes?

Regards, Andrew
 
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Dears;

thank you all for your reply i think i will refactor my choices.txt file so i can organize and remember the main decision i made.

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Mohamed Sulibi
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