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Remove blank lines breaking challenge formatting #605

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marklcrowe commented Jan 14, 2020

There are blank lines in challenges 4b and 5, which mean that the episode does not display correctly. This edit removes those blank lines.
I've also edited to "Here is a possible solution" rather than "Here a possible solution" because I'm a bit of a grammar pedant :-)

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There are blank lines in challenges 4b and 5, which mean that the episode does not display correctly. This edit removes those blank lines.
I've also edited to "Here *is* a possible solution" rather than "Here a possible solution" because I'm a bit of a grammar pedant :-)
@jcoliver jcoliver merged commit 2a2ad8f into swcarpentry:gh-pages Jan 14, 2020
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jcoliver commented Jan 14, 2020

Thanks, @marklcrowe !

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