OK first off the text book is entitled Fundamentals of C++ and Data Structures 2nd edition by Lambert and Naps. it's tannish yellow with light bulbs on it. I need the following projects completed and delivered no later than Monday the 21st of July! This is the second set of 3 projects that I need. *REVISED* Project 4-2 Write a program to call for input of a decimal number and convert it to its binary equivalent using the method described in the following flow chart. Note that this method produces the binary digits for the given number in reverse order. Use a stack to print them in the correct order. let X be the decimal number to convert. V divide X by 2, storing the quotient in Q, and the remainder in R. V R is the "next" binary digit. V Q=0? (no side) X=Q (goes back up to divide x by 2...) (yes side) All binary digits have been produced. Project 5-4 Suppose you have N thousand dollars and can use this sum to buy a combination of Orange computers($1000 each), HAL computers($2000 each), or MAX computers ($4000 each). How many different combinations of Orange, HAL, and Max computers could be bought with your N thousand dollars? Write a program that receives N as input and responds with the number of possible combinations. Hint: If N were 100, then the number of combinations is "the number of combinations totaling $100,000 and involving Orange and HAL computer only PLUS the number of combinations totaling $96,000 and involving potentially all three brands. Think about the hint for a while and extend it to a recursive function that solves this problem. Project 6-3 Modify the airline reservation system you developed for Project 3-7 so that the alphabatized lists are maintained with binary trees instead of linked lists. Please go here if you need the student downloadable data files [url removed, login to view]
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. 2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid request. 3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased.
I will need user requirement specs typed out, as well as CRC specs, and the code for each project. If anyone out there has had this course and still has the projects or if anyone can get the book and help. Please do thanks! Ummm, it just needs to be the *.h files, I can compile and run the files once I receive them. Also I'm going to need any supporting *.h files that you need to run the program. Or heck if you can put everything (.cpp . h blah blah) like in a folder on a CD-R that would be great.