CS 1044 Programming Projects - Spring 2003

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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

1

Speed Trap

17:00:00

Friday January 24

1:  Data   Output

2:  Data   Output

3:  Data   Output

January 10

2

Skydiver

  Appendix

23:59:59

Tuesday

February 4

1:  Data   Output

2:  Data   Output

3:  Data   Output

January 28

3

Investment Tracking

  

17:00:00

Friday

February 14

1:  Data   Output

2:  Data   Output

3:  Data   Output

January 29

4

Improved Investment Tracking

  

17:00:00

Friday

February 28

1:  Data   Output

2:  Data   Output

3:  Data   Output

February 20

5

Water Bill

 

17:00

Friday

March 21

1:  Data   Output

2:  Data   Output

3:  Data   Output

February 27

6

Array Testing

  

23:59:59

Sunday March 30

1:  Data   Output

2:  Data   Output

3:  Data   Output

March 25

7

Investment List

17:00

Friday

April 11

1:  Data   Output

2:  Data   Output

3:  Data   Output

April 2

8

Water System

23:59:59

Wednesday

April 30

1:  Data  Script  Output

2:  Data  Script  Output

3:  Data  Script  Output

April 14

*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, April 23, 2003

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