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I'm going over pset5 and reviewing the solution from past psets for guidance in how to approach it. It seems like they walk you through the majority of the problem, so I was wondering at what point would it be considered plagiarism? For example, If I copy his code and adapt it into mine would that be considered plagiarism?

I'm looking at his code but I feel like I can't use any of it in fear that I'll be breaking rules. Thanks.

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In general, it's perfectly reasonable to use any resources provided for this particular pset, including material from previous weeks, the walkthroughs and recommended readings per the specs, etc.

Accessing a solution to the pset prior to (re-)submitting your own is considered unreasonable. Learn more about what's considered not reasonable!

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