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Theatre Revenue

A dramatic theater has three seating sections, and it charges the following prices for tickets in each section: • Section A seats cost $20 each • Section B seats cost $15 each • Section C seats cost $10 each The theater has: • 300 seats in section A • 500 seats in section B • 200 seats in section C Design a program that asks for [ View More ]
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Modeling Temperature Transfer

Suppose you have a thin metal plate where each of the edges are maintained at a constant temperature. You can model the plate as a 2-dimensional array of square cells each of which may have a different temperature. Given the size of the array and the temperature of the edges, you are to calculate the temperature of an interior cell by averaging t [ View More ]
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LocalMedicalClinic

Programming Assignment 3 The local medical clinic has decided to automate its scheduling services. You have been assigned to design the initial version of the schedules. The basic functions that the clinic has in mind are doctor check-in and check-out and patient check-in and check-out. A doctor checks in by telling the scheduler his or her name, a [ View More ]
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Integer C++

Write a program, which will ask the user how many integer numbers they wish to enter. The program will then read that many numbers, print them in the order they were entered, sort them in order by decreasing value, and print them in sorted order. All numbers entered and displayed will be integer values. The maximum number of integers to be hand [ View More ]
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QuestionBank_Phase4 CPP

Part 1: Begin with the running program from your Phase 4 Individual Project where the examination question class hierarchy was fully implemented in a menu-driven program. An exam class was developed to load the exam from a file and display each question to the screen. Part 2: Modify the program from part 1 to change the menu to the following: 1. L [ View More ]
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Load_Display_QuestionBank

Write a C++ program that is menu-driven that allows for the following menu choices:Load an exam: Loading an exam should prompt the user for an exam file. If no file exists, it should allow the user to specify a different file. Upon a successful load of an exam, the user should be presented with the menu again. Display exam: The program should simp [ View More ]
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CharArrayOfPointers CPP

Use the program, Arrays of Pointers, on p. 188 of the text "Ch. 4, of Ivor Horton's Beginning Visual C++ 2010" as a starting point for this assignment. Refer to Appendix C for full directions on the changes to the program you must make to complete this assignment. // Ex4_07.cpp // Initializing pointers with strings #include using std::cin; using s [ View More ]
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Maze CPP

Write a new C++ program with the following functionality: x The program writes a greeting on the screen. x Then the program displays a maze of ASCII symbols on the screen. x The maze consists of 8 rows and 8 columns of characters. In each column/row there can be one of the following symbols: ASCII-code Symbol 179 ¦ 180 ¦ 191 + 192 + 193 [ View More ]
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Assignment 1(b) Calculator

Assignment 1(b) Calculator Write a new C++ program that allows the user to perform simple calculations using to the following steps: 1. The program writes a greeting on the screen. 2. The program writes a short message (about one line) describing how to use it. 3. The program lets the user enter a number. 4. The program lets the user enter an [ View More ]
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StudentInfo CPP

Write a C++ program to store 10 student names and grade point averages (GPAs) from the user. Display all student information in a tabular format. Ensure that each column heading aligns correctly with its respective column and that each name (first and last) is capitalized. Finally, display each GPA with two significant decimals. Sample inputs and o [ View More ]
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