CS 1044 Programming Projects - Fall 2002

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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

Post Survey

1

Simple Stock Tracker

23:59:59 

Sept 30

1:  Stock Data    Summary

2:  Stock Data    Summary

3:  Stock Data    Summary

Sept 13

Expired

2

Portfolio Tracker

23:59:59 

Oct 15

1:  Stock Data    Summary

2:  Stock Data    Summary

3:  Stock Data    Summary

4:  Stock Data    Summary

Oct 9

Expired

3

Portfolio Tracker with Functions

23:59:59 

Oct 29

1:  Stock Data    Summary

2:  Stock Data    Summary

3:  Stock Data    Summary

Oct 21

Expired

4

Permutation Cryptography

(official draft)

23:59:59

Nov 12

1:  Data File     Results File

2:  Data File     Results File

3:  Data File     Results File

Nov 6

Expired

5

Portfolio Database

23:59:59

Dec 9

1:  Stocks  Query  Log

2:  Stocks  Query  Log

3:  Stocks  Query  Log

Nov 16

Post-project survey

*Changes will be highlighted in yellow.

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Information Applying to All Projects


Downloading Sample Input/Output Files

To download a file, right-click on the link.  Select "Save Target As..." or "Save Link As...", choose a directory to save the file, and save it.

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: Wednesday, December 04, 2002

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