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3-0 Compile, execute, and test the programs in this chapter 3-1 Suppose we wish to find the median of a collection of values Assume that we have read some of the values so far, and that we have no idea how many values remain to be read Prove that we cannot afford to discard any of the values that we have read Hint: One proof strategy is to assume that we can discard a value, and then find values for the unread and therefore unknown part of our collection that would cause the median to be the value that we discarded 3-2 Write a program to compute and print the quartiles (that is, the quarter of the numbers with the largest values, the next highest quarter, and so on) of a set of integers 3-3 Write a program to count how many times each distinct word appears in its input 3-4 Write a program to report the length of the longest and shortest string in its input 3-5 Write a program that will keep track of grades for several students at once The program could keep two vectors in sync: The first should hold the student's names, and the second the final grades that can be computed as input is read For now, you should assume a fixed number of homework grades We'll see in 413/56 how to handle a variable number of grades intermixed with student names 3-6 The average-grade computation in 31/36 might divide by zero if the student didn't enter any grades Division by zero is undefined in C++, which means that the implementation is permitted to do anything it likes What does your C++ implementation do in this case Rewrite the program so that its behavior does not depend on how the implementation treats division by zero
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Although the program in 322/46 is larger than we would like, it would have been larger still without vector, string, and sort These library facilities, like others that we have used, share several qualities: Each one Solves a particular kind of problem Is independent of most of the others Has a name Our own programs have the first of these qualities, but lack the others This lack is fine for small programs, but as we set out to solve larger problems, we will find that our solutions will become unmanageable unless we break them into independent, named parts Like most programming languages, C++ offers two fundamental ways of organizing large programs: functions (sometimes called subroutines) and data structures In addition, C++ lets programmers combine functions and data structures into a single notion called a class, which we'll explore starting in 9 Once we have learned how to use functions and data structures to organize our computations, we also need the ability to divide our programs into files that we can compile separately and combine after compilation The last part of this chapter will show how C++ supports separate compilation
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We shall begin by writing a function to calculate a student's final grade from the midterm and final exam grades and overall homework grade We'll assume that we've already calculated the overall homework grade from the individual homework grades, which we have been computing as the average or median Aside from that assumption, this function will use the same policy as the one that we've been using all along: Homework and the final exam contribute 40% each to the total, and the midterm makes up the remaining 20% Whenever we do or might do a computation in several places, we should think about putting it in a function An obvious reason for doing so is that then we can use the function instead of redoing the computation explicitly Not only does using functions reduce our total programming effort, but doing so also makes it easier for us to change the computation if we wish For example, assume we wanted to change our grading policy If we had to hunt through every program we had ever written, looking for the parts that dealt with grading, we would probably become discouraged quickly There is a more subtle advantage to using functions for such computations: A function has a name If we name a computation, we can think about it more abstractly we can think more about what it does and less about how it works If we can identify important parts of our problems, and create named pieces of our programs that correspond to those parts, then our programs will be easier to understand and the problems easier to solve Here is a function that computes grades according to our policy:
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// compute a student's overall grade from midterm and final exam grades and homework grade double grade(double midterm, double final, double homework) { return 02 * midterm + 04 * final + 04 * homework; }
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