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ArrayProgram

Reference the following instructions to assist you when completing your Programming Using Arrays and Pointers assignment. • Using a for loop, print the contents of the array. The output should appear like this: PRINTING CONTENTS OF ARRAY ================================== A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z • Chan [ View More ]
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Homework 8

Your assignment is to implement matrix addition. Do not be intimidated if you have no experience with matrices. Instead of the word matrix just think 2-D array. Description of how the program works In main you should first ask the user to enter the dimensions of the matrix. (number of rows, number of columns). Then you should check that the n [ View More ]
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Airline Reservation

Airline Reservation This program will allow the user to keep track of airline reservations. The program should display the seating chart for the airplane. It will use an *to indicate a seat is taken and # to indicate the seat is available. The program will also display a menu which provides the user with several options. There will be two [ View More ]
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DriversLicense C++

The local drivers license office has asked you to create an application that grades the written portion of the license exam. The exam has 20 mulitple-choice questions. Here art he correct answers (numbers does not need to be included in a array) 1. B 2.D 3.A 4.A 5.C 6.A 7.B 8.A 9.C 10.D 11.B 12.C 13.D 14.A 15.D 16.C 17.C 18.B 1 [ View More ]
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Tortoise_Hare_Race_Simulation_CPP

In this exercise, you’ll re-create the classic race of the tortoise and the hare. You’ll use random number generation to develop a simulation of this memorable event. Our contenders begin the race at “square 1” of 70 squares. Each square represents a possible position along the race course. The finish line is at square 70. The first conten [ View More ]
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Sales Commission CPP

Assume a salesperson is paid a variable-rate commission depending on the number of sales made for the week. The quota is 30 sales. If the persons individually make fewer than 10 sales, they are paid $50/sale. If they make 10 to 30 sales, they are paid $100/sale. If they exceed the quota, they are paid $150/sale. If they make fewer than 5 sales [ View More ]
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Stack Infix to postfix CPP

Write a program in which the driver simply calls a function named inToPostfix which reads an infix expression from standard input and writes the equivalent postfix expression to standard output. The infix expression includes operands, parentheses, and operators, where the operands are single lowercase characters, and the operators are +, -, [ View More ]
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10 CPP Programs

Exercise P1.1. Write a program that prints the message, “Hello, my name is Hal!” Then, on a new line, the program should print the message “What would you like me to do?” Then it’s the user’s turn to type in an input. You haven’t yet learned how to do it—just use the following lines of code: string user_input; getline(cin, user [ View More ]
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BlackJack CPP

Write a C++ program to simulate the card game 21 for a single player against the computer. Deal 2 cards to the computer, but only show one, and 2 cards face up to the player. Ask the player if he would like an extra card and deal one each time he answers y. If he answers n or busts (card total is greater than 21). If he busts thank the player for p [ View More ]
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Singly Linked List

Implement a singly linked list with a header node, along with a pointer to the header node, but no tail node as a class template named singleList. Include methods to a. return the size of the linked list, b. print the linked list, c. test if a value x is contained in the linked list, d. add a value x if it is not already co [ View More ]
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