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Hi,
One of the requirements for the README.txt file is that you include a list of files and their purpose.
"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."
By this I take it that only classes I wrote must be included, and not the db classes. Is this assumption correct?
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By this I take it that only classes I wrote must be included, and not the db classes.


All classes must be included. How else would your program run?
Eugene.
 
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When I say included, I mean, included in the description of the files in the README.txt file
 
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When I say included, I mean, included in the description of the files in the README.txt file


Oh, yeah, it wouldn't hurt, would it?
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