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How can two people cooperate in OnlineGDB, by creating different parts of a program?

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asked Mar 1 by Dovilė Blažukienė (250 points)
edited Mar 1 by Dovilė Blažukienė
I'm new, maybe i'm asking stupid question... I would like to try making different functions with a group of people and later to use them in our joint project. Is it possible in OnlineGDB? I would like to do that in classes, where 2-5 pupils work on the same project and then put their code blocks to one main program. Is it possible to do that in OnlineGDB environment only, without bothering saving / sending copied code via external means?

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answered Mar 1 by Peter Minarik (69,270 points)

I don't think this was in the mind of the creators, but technically one can share their project and others can fork from this project. Add their changes and reshare their code so others can fork from the updated project shared before.

But you'd be better off just creating a git repository and checking code out and in. That's what was designed for team cooperation. Bitbucket is free to use.

Good luck!

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