CS 1044 Mini-Programming Projects


The mini-projects are small assignments that are intended to develop skills in small-scale issues that will be important in the larger projects.

Several of the mini-project ideas used below were adapted from Nick Parlante's JavaBat site.

Mini-Project

Weight

Specification

Due

Related Files**

Last Modified*

1

2% readTablerow() Fn 23:59 Fri Nov 6 Submission file Oct 25

2

2%

grabCharChunk() Fn

23:59 Wed Dec 2

Submission file

Test drivers:  1  2

          MiniP2.h

Sample results:

1:  Input   Output

2:  Input   Output

3:  Input   Output

Nov 10

3

2%

rearrangeCharChunk() Fn

23:59 Wed Dec 2

Submission file

Sample results:

1:  Output

2:  Output

Nov 17

4

2%

initCityDB() Fn

23:59 Wed Dec 9

Submission file

Sample results:

1:  Input   Output

2:  Input   Output

3:  Input   Output

Nov 30

*Changes will be highlighted in yellow.

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All your programming assignments will be submitted to the Curator system.  The submission page is here.

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