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Write a program that creates a pointer to a dynamic array of integers of size 10. The program will load the array with values from 1 to 10 then:Using the following functions:-A function that accepts the pointer to the integer array and the array size as a arguments, creates a pointer to a new copy of the array, except the values will be reversed in the copy. The function should return the pointer to the new array.
-A function that accepts the integer array, and the array size as an argument. The function should create a new array that is twice the size of the original array. It should copy the original array information in and then initialize the unused elements to 0. It should return a pointer to the new array.
-A function that accepts the integer array, and the array size as an argument. The function should create a new vector object that is twice the size of the original array. It should copy only the even values of the original array information into the new vector and then initialize the unused elements to 0. It should return a pointer to the new vector.
-A function that accepts the integer array and the array size as a arguments. It should print the array's data with spaces between the numbers
-Any other function you need.In main,-print the array
-call the reverse function,
-print the reversed array,
-call the doubling function
-print the doubled array
-call the vector creator function
-print the vector.
-Print a header before each array print to
1) Include name, e-mail, and lab# as comments in the code and also include code to output this information to the output. 2) Minimum of three (3) comments (including Pre/Post) in each function. 3) User defined constants for property tax rate, cost of utilities, and cost of insurance. Use non-global memory constant for percent of down payment. 4) Use exactly one function separate from main for input. 5) Call a calculation function from main which handles all calculations. This function needs to contain a sub-function to calculate the down payment, amount of the loan and monthly mortgage payment. 6) Use exactly one function separate from main for output. 7) Output must be formatted exactly as shown on lab write-up with decimal points lined up. Output must be copied to a separate file. 8) All functions (other than main() & your signature function) must use prototype style. Test data (see bankrate.com or use Excel & pmt()to check your answers) Set 1 – $600,000, 4%, 20 Set 2 – $400,000, 4.2%, 30
Write pseudocode and implement a Python program for the following problem.
1. Read in: the name of an employee, followed by the number of hours worked by the employee (an integer that is guaranteed to be greater than 0), the pay rate of the employee (a float that is guaranteed to be greater than 0), and the tax rate (as a percentage) for the employee (again, a float that is guaranteed to be greater than 0).
2. Compute the total pay for the employee by multiplying the pay rate and the number of hours worked. Store the total pay in an appropriately-named variable.
3. Compute the tax withholding for the employee by multiplying the total pay by the tax rate divided by 100. Store the withholding in an appropriately-named variable.
4. Compute the net pay for the employee by subtracting the witholding from the total pay. Store the net pay in an appropriately-named variable.
5. Print the name of the employee, the number of hours worked, the pay rate, the total pay, the withholding, and the net pay
Instructions: The following programming problem can be solved by a program that uses three basic tasks-Input Data, Process Data, and Output Results. To process the data, it uses loops, arrays, decisions, accumulating, counting, searching and sorting techniques. Use RAPTOR to design a suitable program to solve this problem.
Assume the Scores array is parallel to the Players array (both arrays are below).
Scores = 198
Scores = 486
Scores = 651
Scores = 185
Scores = 216
Scores = 912
Scores = 173
Scores = 319
Scores = 846
Scores = 989
Players = "Joe"
Players = "Ann"
Players = "Marty"
Players = "Tim"
Players = "Rosy"
Players = "Jane"
Players = "Bob"
Players = "Lily"
Players = "Granny"
Players = "Liz"
Write a looping program that presents the user with 3 options:
1) Sort Output by Players
2) Sort Output by Scores
3) Exit Program
When the first option is selected, sort the Players array in alphabetical order, keeping the Scores array parallel. Add code that determines the highest and lowest scores in the list. Include code to display each player’s score and name in the sorted order. Below the sorted list display the highest and lowest scores in the list and the name of the player who received that score.
Your sort by Player output display should look like this:
Scores Sorted by Player:
989 Highest Score by Liz
173 Lowest Score by Bob
When the second option is selected, sort the Scores array in numerical order, keeping the Players array parallel. Add code that determines the average score of the entire list. Include code to display each player’s score and name in the sorted order. Below the sorted list display the average of all scores in the list. Your sort by Scores output display should look like this:
Players Sorted by Scores:
498 Average Score
You may use either the Bubble Sort or the Selection Sort algorithms.
Option three is self explanatory. NEVER call "main" from inside your program. Use a loop that keeps your program running until the user chooses option 3.
Round the Average score to the nearest whole number, as shown in the output example above.
You MUST use Modular Programming techniques by using Sub Modules (Sub Charts in RAPTOR) in your program. Your "main" module should not be very large. Again, NEVER call "main" from inside your program. Also, do not use "recursion" in this program (submodules that call themselves). You are only allowed to use looping techniques to repeat sections of your submodules.
LAB 3: TV/VCR Problem
Write a program to create a customers bill for a company. The company sells only five products: TV, DVD player, Remote Controller, CD Player, and Audio Visual Processor. The unit prices are $500.00, $380.00, $35.20, $74.50,and $1500.00, respectively.Prompt the user and input for the quantity of each product sold. Calculate the subtotal for each item and the subtotal of the bill. Catculate the tax on this subtotal. Last calculate the total of subtotal plus tax.
How many TVs were sold? 3
How many DVD players were sold? 12
How many Remote Controller units were sold? 5
How many CD Players were sold? 6
How many AV Preocessors were sold? 7
Lab Number, name and purpose of program
Minimum of 4 other meaningful comments in the code (e.g. //Statements is NOT meaningful)
Self-documenting variable names
Input the month and year as one string. Hint: use getline()
Rate of state sales tax of 5.6% is to be a preprocessor directive (this means the identifier name must be all UPPERCASE and begin with #define).
Rate of county sales tax of 3.3% is to be a memory constant declared local to main().
Test data: January 2017 and total collected of 81673.67
Output is to contain your name printed using cout object
Output is to be copied and pasted as a comment below the source code.
Decimal points must be lined up beautifully as shown above. This means you need to use iomanip, setprecision(), fixed, setw() at minimum.
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