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text 2019-12-11 12:10
Similarity Software of Moss

Codequiry utilizes the concept of Similarity Software of Moss to determine plagiarism between two source codes. Codequiry saves plenty of time for teachers and professors while pointing out the similarity between assignments of their students and other online sources. It can check plagiarism for Python, Java, C, C#, and C++. Visit their official website (codequiry dot com) now for more information.

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text 2019-11-18 10:36
How to Grade Code

The codequiry’s automated system of grading shows you how to grade code when you have hundreds of assignments to be checked. It easily integrates with the Codequiry’s plagiarism checker software and saves countless hours on grading programming assignments. It reduces the need for the time-consuming and error-prone process checking programming assignments manually. With dynamic and multi-language support, it allows you to implement scalable and powerful auto-grading.

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text 2019-10-22 13:41
Check Code Plagiarism

Codequiry is a powerful tool that checks code for plagiarism. Its plagiarism engine runs against both internal and external sources to detect all forms of unoriginal code. Its advanced algorithm has new tactics which is constantly improving in detecting logical similarities between sources of code. Its algorithm combines a weighted average of three distinct similarity tests, providing an accurate submission to the submission comparison result.

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text 2019-10-11 13:13
Check Code for Plagiarism

Codequiry is one of the most efficient tools to check code for plagiarism. It makes it possible to objectively and automatically check all program solutions for evidence of copying. It makes the submission undergo a rigorous check to ensure that submissions are original and not copied. Altering variables, whitespace, function names, comments, and other features do not affect its similarity results.

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review 2019-10-03 18:00
Grave or Graveyard Square
The Man in the Moss - Phil Rickman

This is not a Watkins book, though it does feature a supporting character who eventually appears in the book.  


The plot in the story at first seems like two plots - one the discover of a bog man who is unburied, and the other is the far out of a musician's death.  


The book makes great use of old belief and tradition, as well as the idea of co-opting such for one's own history.  While I didn't like it as much as some of the Watkins, as always Rickman writes excellent women.

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