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Test code against each other for classes

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Use Case

Runs a file designated _master.['py', '.java', '.cpp'] to generate a master output that can test the output of the other files in the directory. This can be used for fast comparisons for grading


in terminal

<python3> <path>

or paste _codeChecker into the directory and run it locally

The Output

Generated .csv file that will contain filename, output, expected output, matching conditions

Language Information


Runs on the cpython compiler, has access to your PyPI packages if needed tests multiple commands ie ['python', 'python3', 'py', 'py3']. If .pyc files are generated they are also deleted


Runs on the jvm compiler over 2 commands first generating the .class files then running them to compare outputs on the standard javac and java commands. At the end the .class files are removed


Coming soon hopefully on the gcc compiler, I need to check how that works with Windows

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