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root = true

[*]
indent_style = space
indent_size = 2
end_of_line = lf
charset = utf-8
trim_trailing_whitespace = true
insert_final_newline = true

[*.md]
trim_trailing_whitespace = false
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# Created by https://www.gitignore.io/api/osx,linux,windows

### OSX ###
.DS_Store
.AppleDouble
.LSOverride

# Icon must end with two \r
Icon

# Thumbnails
._*

# Files that might appear in the root of a volume
.DocumentRevisions-V100
.fseventsd
.Spotlight-V100
.TemporaryItems
.Trashes
.VolumeIcon.icns

# Directories potentially created on remote AFP share
.AppleDB
.AppleDesktop
Network Trash Folder
Temporary Items
.apdisk


### Linux ###
*~

# temporary files which can be created if a process still has a handle open of a deleted file
.fuse_hidden*

# KDE directory preferences
.directory

# Linux trash folder which might appear on any partition or disk
.Trash-*


### Windows ###
# Windows image file caches
Thumbs.db
ehthumbs.db

# Folder config file
Desktop.ini

# Recycle Bin used on file shares
$RECYCLE.BIN/

# Windows Installer files
*.cab
*.msi
*.msm
*.msp

# Windows shortcuts
*.lnk
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"heading-style": "atx",
"list-item-spacing": false,
"no-html": false,
"no-shortcut-reference-link": true,
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Source code distributed under the MIT license. Text and other assets copyright
General Assembly, Inc., all rights reserved.

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[![General Assembly Logo](https://camo.githubusercontent.com/1a91b05b8f4d44b5bbfb83abac2b0996d8e26c92/687474703a2f2f692e696d6775722e636f6d2f6b6538555354712e706e67)](https://generalassemb.ly/education/web-development-immersive)

# Challenge Template

Use this template to structure your READMEs for diagnostics.

Be sure to include a recent [`LICENSE`](LICENSE) and Markdown linter
configuration ([`.remarkrc`](.remarkrc)). Also, include an appropriate
`.gitignore`; these are usually found in specific technology templates, for
example [js-template](https://www.github.com/ga-wdi-boston/js-template).

## Prerequisites

- Topics with which developers should be familiar with.
- Prerequisites are "just-in-time", so if I have a prerequisite that mentions
Sass, I would **not** need to include CSS as a prerequisite.
- [Links to previous materials](https://www.github.com/ga-wdi-boston/example)
are often useful.
- In a challenge, it is useful to link to reference material, such as talk
repositories.

## Instructions

1. Fork and clone this repository.
1. Change into the new directory.
1. Install dependencies.
1. Create and checkout a new branch to work on.
1. Fulfill the listed requirements.

Starter code is available in [`lib/challenge.js`](lib/challenge.js).

You may wish to refer to [FAQs](https://github.com/ga-wdi-boston/meta/wiki/)
related to [forking,
cloning](https://github.com/ga-wdi-boston/meta/wiki/ForkAndClone).

It's probably a good idea to include the above verbatim in each challenge.
Remember to edit the link to the actual diagnostic file (it might be stored in a
different directory or have a different extension). If tooling is not included
in this diagnostic, feel free to remove that bit from these instructions.

## Requirements

Describe behavioral requirements as you'll be using them in tests. That is,
list requirements in language that describes how the written code will be used,
not how it will be written, with the exception of constraints you may wish to
place on implementation. It's a good idea to include the below paragraph
verbatim.

You should be running `grunt nag` before diagnosing any bugs, since it finds
some of the most common sources of errors. After `grunt nag` passes, you should
run `grunt test` to run the included tests. Tests will tell you whether of not
you've met these requirements.

## Bonus

Bonuses are described after the requirements, if included. They should be worked
on **only after** passing requirements.

Sometimes, we ask questions that promote thinking critically about code.

## [License](LICENSE)

Source code distributed under the MIT license. Text and other assets copyright
General Assembly, Inc., all rights reserved.

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