Hello Monks,
I am using the diff command to compare 2 output files. The output needs to be identical but im having trouble understanding how to fix it. can u help me?
0a1,4
> For a= 2.000, b= 5.000, c= 1.000: Two solutions for x: 0.219 an
+d 2.281
> For a= 2.000, b= 4.000, c= 2.000: One solution for x: 1.000
> For a= 5.500, b= 8.000, c= 2.200: Two solutions for x: 0.368 an
+d 1.086
> For a= 2.000, b= 5.000, c= 3.000: Two solutions for x: 1.000 an
+d 1.500
2a7
> For a= 5.000, b= 10.000, c= 0.000: Two solutions for x: 0.000 an
+d 2.000
3a9
> ERROR: Input must have 3 coefficients, line read had 2
5d10
< For a= 6.457, b= 7.735, c=100.787: Two solutions for x: 0.000 an
+d 2.000
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