July 12, 2015
c++ programm assignments

This project is the main assessment of this subject. It is worth 40% of your total

assessment. You are required to write a C++ program to solve all problems. All work is

to be completed individually. If parts or all of the source code you submit is not your own

work, you will receive ZERO.

Part 1. Design

This first part is worth 20% of you total assessment. It is consist of 5 tasks. You need to


• Programming object list

• Algorithm

• C++ Coding

Task1: Miles per Gallon.

A liter is 0.264179 gallons. Write a program that will read in the number of liters of

gasoline consumed by the user’s car and the number of miles traveled by the car, and

will then output the number of miles per gallon the car delivered. You must show the

outputs as given in the example. You must show the numbers in fixed point left justified

and in three decimal places as in the example.

July 8, 2015
COMP1010 (D01) – Fall 2015 – Assignment 2 —Java Basic

COMP1010 (D01) – Fall 2015 – Assignment 2
Due: Oct 13, 2015, 11:59 PM
Material Covered:
 Loops
 Static Methods
 Please follow the “Programming Standards” for all your works.
 Hand-in will be via the UMLearn Dropbox facility. Make sure you leave enough time before the deadline to ensure your hand-in works properly.
 Keep in mind that the UMLearn Dropbox facility will only keep the most recent submission. Therefore, if you want to update your submission, make sure you re-upload ALL your assignment files.
Question 1: Star Patterns (version 2)
We saw this question in Assignment 1, now let’s spice it up a little bit. :)
Write a program that uses loops to displays the following patterns:
* *****
* ****
* ***
* **
* *

July 6, 2015
Grocery Store Simulation

Assignment 1 – Grocery Store Simulation

Marking scheme posted!

Sample tests posted! (See the unit test file for details.)

Grocery stores often have a difficult task: they must determine how many employees to hire to staff checkout lines during varying levels of customers throughout the day. Too few open lines means customers spend time angrily waiting; too many, and the store loses money paying its employees. It’s also important to get the right mix of regular and express checkout lines, and perhaps even self-serve lines. Which combination is best depends on what kind of customers the store has.

In this assignment, you’ll build an event-driven simulation for a grocery store, which will model customers using different types of checkout lines. Your finished product will be able to set up the simulation with data from file inputs, simulate a sequence of events, and report timing statistics after the simulation is complete that will help determine how successful the checkout line set-up was for that set of customer arrivals.

Simulation description

Read through the following description carefully. Your overall task for this assignment will be to create a program which fulfills the requirements here.

The grocery store

Here we describe all the things that your simulation will keep track of. There are many other things that it won’t keep track of that might be important, such as which customers have children with them and how tired each cashier is, but are beyond the scope of the simulation.
Simulate only what we describe here.

A grocery store must keep track of all customers and checkout lines in the store, giving each customer a unique string identifier.

Customers go to a checkout line to pay for their items. The number of items influences how long it takes for the customer to check out, but what those items are does not, and so the simulation should only keep track of the number of items each customer has.