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Translate the following pseudocode for randomly permuting the characters in astring into

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Problem P4.10

Translate the following pseudocode for randomly permuting the characters in astring into a C++ program.Read a word.Repeat word.length() timesPick a random position i in the word.Pick a random position j > i in the word.Swap the letters at positions j and i.Print the word.To swap the letters, construct substrings as follows: Then replace the string withfirst + word.substr(j, 1) + middle + word.substr(i, 1) + last

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Basic Introduction to UNIX/linux Claude Cantin (claude.cantin@nrc.ca) http://www.nrc.ca/imsb/rcsg Research Computing Support Group Information Management Services Branch National Research Council January 31, 2016 2 This page intentionally left blank. 3 This document was produced by Claude Cantin of the National Research Council of Canada. Reproductions are permitted for non-profit purposes provided the origin of the document is acknowledged. Claude Cantin National Research Council of Canada 4 History of printing: Date Copies March 2003 200 March 2001 200 June 1999 200 November 1997 200 July 1996 200 November 1995 150 March 1995 150 February 1994 150 October 1993 100 August 1993 75 February 1993 75 November 1992 35 September 1992 40 February 1992 50 December 1991 50 April 1991 50 September 1990 40 January 1990 40 Table 1: Printings. Contents

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Author: Cay S. Horstmann
ISBN: 9780470927137

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