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>> Alright, welcome to the end of week 8 and to Halloween week. So a couple of announcements, there will be another lunch with David and TF, NCAs [ph] next week. So we have dinner on Wednesday at 6 pm in Mather. We will be joined by a couple of Computer Science faculty, who will be there just to chat up students, talk about their research and just generally have a nice meal. Lunch next Friday as well, if you can't make this, although you are welcome at both, just head to CS50.net/RSVP and do you mind taking the house audio down just a little bit. Alright, so I got a little tired of being yelled at every time I went to our own home page, so now we have muted that and we now just have thanks to a wonderfully fun language called Java Script, these flying ghouls on the screen. So you will soon now how to do silly things like that, but it is around office hours in P Set 6 so it is around this time every semester that students, especially those less comfortable who are feeling a little overwhelmed since things seem to have accelerated, the problem sets are getting larger and sort of less byte size and realize that this is to be expected and this is by design right, because the goal of the course ultimately is to make sure that you guys can stand on your own at the end of the semester and don't have to be handed for instance a P set spec to actually solve problems and get work done. But with that said office hours, which are actually wonderfully being taken advantage of early in the week enough so that we now will try to divert some resources to earlier in the week since finally the lesson seems to be thinking in. We realize that office hours in the science center are not the most nurturing environment when you are kind of struggling and you have questions that are more conceptual than they are sort of deal breaking single lines of codes with bugs. So do realize that on the staff page of the course's website, we had 60 names and 60 email addresses, all of whom would be happy to sit down and in fact would enjoy sitting down on a more one to one basis and answering questions, working through things with you. Certainly myself, if you have a friend on the staff or just friendly with someone, email them directly. If you are feeling that you would really benefit from some more one on one attention. And also email heads@CS50.net if you would like to be introduced to someone who could sit down with you one on one. So take advantage of that, plenty of time remains, don't feel like office hours are your only recourse and also a word on how to tackle these things. So early on, Mario was so fairly bite size and it might have taken you some time to actually get that pyramid working, but it was kind of clear what you needed to do. You needed to use one or more four loops or Y loops and make a pyramid. Now you are being handed a lot more code and you are being asked this more sort of higher level of idea of implementing dictionary and a spell checker. But realize that even though the P sets have gotten bigger, there are still lots of bite size problems in there. So if you are having this reaction even after watching or attending walk through that you are still not quite sure where to begin or Marta has given you a whole lot of hints and tidbits it seems, but you are not sure how to assemble all of these puzzle pieces. Well just take a step back and look through the P set spec, they are designed with check boxes intentionally so that you can consider for P set 6 the following work flow.