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Introduction to Computer Science II with Laboratory

by: Melvin Bednar

Introduction to Computer Science II with Laboratory CSI 1440

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Melvin Bednar
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Melvin Bednar on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CSI 1440 at Baylor University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 73 views. For similar materials see /class/217939/csi-1440-baylor-university in ComputerScienence at Baylor University.

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Date Created: 10/03/15
CSI 1440 Review 1 Summer 2005 l Encrypt a string using 3 rotation using a recursive function named void Cryptchar Data 2 You have an array of 100 integers that you want to write out to a binary le using a single write statement Show how to do this and show how to open and close le 3 You want to read the array of 100 integers back in one at a time but you want to skip every other integer starting with the rst Show how to do this 4 You have a string saved in a character array of 1000 characters Print out the string length Search the string for the character sequence qrs using strncmp Print the remainder of the string after qrs or not found if you didn t nd it 5 Create a class containing a character pointer and write the constructor destructor copy constructor and assignment overload for it 6 Derive a new class from the old class The new class adds an integer variable to the class 7 Create an integer array of size N where N is a variable Initialize the array with the values 0 through Nl Show how to print out every fourth element of the array starting with element number zero CSI 1440 Review 2 Summer 2005 1 Create a polymorphic type with three different kinds of things and implement a 9 4 V39 0 gt1 9 function called Process that processes each element of the type Thing A has two integers that need to be added together to form a third integer Thing B has one oat that needs to be squared Thing C has a character string and an integer you must nd the length of the string and store it in the integer What is the purpose of multiple inheritance usually Create a function that nds the midpoint of its two arguments This is done using the formula ab2 This function must work for any type that defines addition and division Create a function called scale that takes three integer arguments p n and d and produces the result pnd The function should throw an exception of type ReallyBad if d0 Define ReallyBad as an exception class Create a class that contains an array of some type with three functions The class must have no default constructor and a constructor that has one integer argument giving the size of the array The other two functions are Some Type Getint ix and void Setint ix These functions throw an exception if ix is invalid Create a header class and an item class for a linked list that contains one char Create appropriate constructors and destructors for each Create an Add function for the header class that is defined void Addchar NewChar Create a header class for a stack The items should contain two integers Implement the push and pop operations Define the Node class for a binary search tree containing oats Create an Add function to add a new node and a print function to print the vertices in ascending order


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