CS 1044 Programming Projects - Fall 2001

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Project Specifications and Sample Data

Any specification that is labeled as DRAFT may still undergo major modifications (including being replaced completely).

Be sure to follow all of the instructions carefully.

Project Specification Due Sample I/O Files Last Modified

8

Vehicle dB with struct variables

23:59:59

Thur Dec 6

1: VehicleData  Commands   Log

2: VehicleData  Commands   Log

3: VehicleData  Commands   Log

Nov 27

7

Vehicle dB

23:59:59

Thur Nov 15

1: VehicleData  Script   Log

2: VehicleData  Script   Log

3: VehicleData  Script   Log

Nov 1

6

Array Bounds

23:59:59

Thur Nov 1

1:  Script   Trace

2:  Script   Trace

3:  Script   Trace

Oct 23

5

Phone Bill with Functions

23:59:59

Thur Oct 18

1:  Call Details    Phone Bill

2:  Call Details    Phone Bill

3:  Call Details    Phone Bill

Oct 10

4

Detail Phone Bill

23:59:59

Thur Oct 4

1:  Call Details    Phone Bill

2:  Call Details    Phone Bill

3:  Call Details    Phone Bill

Sept 27

3

Simple Phone Bill

23:59:59

Wed Sept 26

1:  Call Data    Phone Bill

2:  Call Data    Phone Bill

3:  Call Data    Phone Bill

Sept 19

2

Rectangle Stats

23:59:59

Mon Sept. 17

1:  RectangleData.txt  Analysis.txt

2:  RectangleData.txt  Analysis.txt

3:  RectangleData.txt  Analysis.txt

Sept 7

1

Low Round

23:59:59

Thur Sept. 6

1:  ScoreData.txt    Report.txt

2:  ScoreData.txt    Report.txt

3:  ScoreData.txt    Report.txt

Sept 3

*Changes will be highlighted in yellow.

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Information Applying to All Projects


Downloading Sample Input/Output Files

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In order for your program to read the input file, you must use the correct name, which will be given in the program specification, and you must save the file in the same directory as your source code (cpp) file. 


Last modified: Tuesday, November 27, 2001

Please send comments and suggestions to William McQuain at mcquain@cs.vt.edu.