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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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ReadNumbers

1. Write a program that reads numbers from cin and then sums them, stopping when 0 has been entered. Construct three versions of this program, using the while loop. Note. Only use the while loop, not the do-while or for loops. Add the following to your program: •A counter within the while loop that keeps track of the number of in [ View More ]
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LinkedListStack and LinkedList_ADT_CPP

Part 1: Create a simple linked list program to create a class list containing class node { void *info; node *next; public: node (void *v) {info = v; next = 0; } void put_next (node *n) {next = n;} node *get_next ( ) {return next;} void *get_info ( ) {return info;} }; Be able to initially fill the list. Provide functions to insert/append [ View More ]
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Programming Project: Expression Trees

Programming Project: Expression Trees This project is adapted from Project 1 of Chapter 9 of the textbook. It deals with a simple kind of expression trees, in which there are two kinds of nodes: (a) Leaf nodes, which contain a real number as their clement; and (b) Non-leaf nodes, which have exactly two children and contain one of these characte [ View More ]
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AppendData and CountOccurence_File

Write a program that opens a local file C:\DataDirectory\data.txt reads in the data into your program without removing the data from the file and appends new data onto the end of the existing data in the program, and then appends the new data onto the existing data within the file. For example, if the data file originally contained the followin [ View More ]
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Trivia Game

Trivia Game Create a simple trivia game for two players. This program will work like this: Starting with player 1, each player gets a turn at answering five trivia questions. (There are a total of 10 questions.) When a question is displayed, four possible answers are also displayed. Only one of the answers is correct, and if the player selects [ View More ]
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DVD_CPP

Course Project= CD/DVD Collection This program will allow the user to keep track of a CD or DVD collection. This can only work exclusively with either CDs or DVDs since some of the data is different—your choice. The data will be stored in a file. The data from the file will be stored in a text file as records. Each CD/DVD in the collection will [ View More ]
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ATM Machine Simulation

Simulate the operations of an ATM machine. First, the customer is prompted to enter his personal identification number pin (for this case study, we test only if this pin is formed by 4 digits, otherwise a message like "Invalid PIN, try again..." will be displayed) and the user is re-prompted to enter the pin. The customer is given three chances to [ View More ]
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