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Bug 162631

Summary: Book 8, Chapt. 3, Exercise 1, Item 4: Need additional specificity
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Academy Reporter: Donald Greer <dgreer>
Component: RHA030 CurriculumAssignee: Bowe Strickland <bowe>
Status: ON_QA --- QA Contact: Bowe Strickland <bowe>
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Description Donald Greer 2005-07-06 23:03:15 UTC
Description of problem:
The understanding of all students and myself is that this question is looking
for all words in the specified dictionary beginning with a capital letter and
ending in exactly 2 vowels.

By that definition, the following regex should meet the criterion:
"^([[:upper:]].*[^aeiouAEIOU][aeiouAEIOU]|[^AEIOUa-z][aeiouAEIOU]|[AEIOU])[aeiouAEIOU]$

This renders words in ALL CAPS, 2 and 3 letter words that begin with a capital
letter and end in exactly 2 vowels.

After trying everything I and the students could think of, I "cheated" and read
the script.  You are NOT counting all caps, 2 and 3 letter words (and yes, there
ARE at least one of each of these).

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Expected results:
Either be more specific about the results, or make the grading script more flexable.

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Comment 1 Bowe Strickland 2005-08-03 01:11:45 UTC
right you are... simplified to 

^[[:upper:]][aeiouAEIOU]+$

(capitalized followed by only vowels, excluding single letter words)