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Erased a chunk of code - Is there a way I can compare my code to the correct code without rewatching the videos?

While following along the videos, I deleted some chunks of code and now it does not match up with the instructor's code and does not "print" properly. I've tried going back and rewatching the relevant sections, but still can't get my code back to how it should be. Is there an "instructor's key" that I can look at and compare my code to?

1 Answer

Try downloading the project files. It should give you the complete code which you can review and compare to yours to see what it is that you're missing.