We figured that this week’s challenge was an easy one, but so far we’ve gotten at least one email from someone saying, “I don’t think this week’s challenge is an easy one at all.” Is it possible that we were wrong about something?
You’re right: that’s totally impossible. But, just in case, here’s a little hint that should help you solve the challenge:
“In the context of metadata and information retrieval, normalization is the process of converting text to a standard form so that the computer can then process the text consistently and use it in the information searching and retrieval process.”
No, that really is the hint. And no, it’s not possible that we’re wrong about that.
Or at least we don’t think it’s possible.