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QUESTION 1You are given a table that shows the total number

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QUESTION 1

You are given a table that shows the total number of cars sold by a local car distributor in Johor Bharu for the first six months in 2008.

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Number of cars sold 191 196 269 308 236 145

Based on the table given above, you are required to write a C program using array to store all the information given above, determine and display the sum of all the odd numbers in the array.

(20 marks)



Anda diberikan jadual yang menunjukkan jumlah jualan kereta bagi sebuah pengedar kereta tempatan di Johor Bharu dalam tempoh enam bulan yang pertama bagi tahun 2008.

Bulan Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Bilangan kereta yang dijual 191 196 269 308 236 145

Berdasarkan jadual yang diberikan di atas, anda dikehendaki untuk menulis aturcara C dengan menggunakan tatasusunan untuk menyimpan semua maklumat di atas, menentukan dan memaparkan jumlah kesemua nombor ganjil dalam tatasusunan berkenaan.



QUESTION 2

By using linked list, Write a complete C program that accepts few integers, traverses it, and returns the data in the linked list that has the smallest value. Then, write a function to reverse the data that already exists in the linked list.

The Createlist(), NewNode(), InsertNode() and TraverseList() functions that you may use in your solution are elaborated in the module.

Sample output:
Enter integers: 23 12 34 56 78 12
Traversing the list : 23->12->34->56>78->12
Minimum value : 12
Reversing the list: 12->78->56->34->12->23


(40 marks)
(Total: 60 marks)
Submitted: 11 months ago.
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Customer: replied 11 months ago.

the deadline is 22/10/2013

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Customer: replied 11 months ago.

ok.thank you

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Download answer #1 from here: Cars_Sold.c
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Customer: replied 11 months ago.

can u give some explanation of the two scenario in word please bcoz i have to present this assignment in front of tutor and i will be some questions on how i did this assignment

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Customer: replied 11 months ago.

sir in question 1 you have to display the month for the odd number of car sold then only sum it.

 

example:

 

Month Jan Mar Jun
Number of cars sold(Odd) 191 269 145

 

then only display sum of all the odd numbers in the array.

Expert:  LogicPro replied 11 months ago.
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Expert:  LogicPro replied 11 months ago.
Download again from here: Cars_Sold.c
Customer: replied 11 months ago.

sir i want to ask char months [6] explain the months


 


[20] explain what?

Expert:  LogicPro replied 11 months ago.

In C, to declare string, you need to take char array. To store more than one strings, you need to take array of strings. It means array of char arrays

so months[ 6 ][ 20 ] means, 6 strings of 20 characters

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

sir can i ask few questions regarding the assignment u have done for me

Expert:  LogicPro replied 10 months ago.
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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

include<stdio.h>


 


typedef struct Node


{


int data;


struct Node *next;


}node;


 


void insert(node *pointer, int data)


{


/* Iterate through the list till we encounter the last node.*/


while(pointer->next!=NULL)


{


pointer = pointer -> next;


}


/* Allocate memory for the new node and put data in it.*/


pointer->next = (node *)malloc(sizeof(node));


pointer = pointer->next;


pointer->data = data;


pointer->next = NULL;


}


 


 


void TraverseList(node *pointer)


{


int x=0;


while(pointer!=NULL)


{


if (x == 1)


{


printf(" --> %d ",pointer->data);


}


else


{


printf("%d ",pointer->data);


x=1;


}




pointer=pointer->next;


}


}


 


int GetSmallestValue(node *pointer)


{


int smallest = 9999999;


while(pointer!=NULL)


{


if (smallest>pointer->data)


smallest = pointer->data;


pointer = pointer -> next;


}


return smallest;


}


 


node * ReverseList(node *ptr)


{


node * temp;


node * previous = NULL;


while(ptr != NULL) {


temp = ptr->next;


ptr->next = previous;


previous = ptr;


ptr = temp;


}


return previous;


/// ptr = previous;


}


 


int main()


{


int num;


node *start,*temp;


start = (node *)malloc(sizeof(node));


temp = start;


temp -> next = NULL;


printf("Enter element to add in linked list (-1 to end): ");


scanf("%d", &num);


while (num!=-1)


{


insert(start,num);


printf("Enter element to add in linked list (-1 to end): ");


scanf("%d", &num);


}


 


printf("Traversing the list: ");


TraverseList(start->next);


 


 


 


printf("\nMinimum value : %d", GetSmallestValue(start->next));


printf("\n");


 


start->next = ReverseList(start->next);


printf("Reversing the list: ");


TraverseList(start->next);


 


return 0;


 


}


 


 


in the coding above whats the meaning of i) typedef struct node ,


ii) whats the meaning of temp


iii) why the reverse list got node and not data type like int , get smallest value and etc.

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

is struct Node *next ------->refers to new node izzit.


what is the difference between struct Node and node

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

do u mean the usage of capital N in Node is the same as smaller n in node ah

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

typedef struct Node


 


{


 


int data;


 


struct Node *next;


 


}node; <------------ why there is a node after the struct has been closed

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

void TraverseList(node *pointer)


{


int x=0;


while(pointer!=NULL)


{


if (x == 1)


{


printf(" --> %d ",pointer->data);


}


else


{


printf("%d ",pointer->data);


x=1;


}




pointer=pointer->next;


}


}


 


whats the meaning of the above statement sir

Expert:  LogicPro replied 10 months ago.
My apologies but such type of tutoring is not possible in QA mode. I can provide you only code here.
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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

but sir this is the same assignment you did for me and for certain part you didn't write any comment thats why i feel difficult to understand..i have presentation tomorrow so pls help me.

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

void TraverseList(node *pointer)


 


{


 


int x=0; ------------------> whats the meaning of this statement sir


 


while(pointer!=NULL)


 


{


 


if (x == 1) ------------------> whats the meaning of this statement sir


 


{


 


printf(" --> %d ",pointer->data);


 


}


 


else


 


{


 


printf("%d ",pointer->data);


 


x=1; ------------------> whats the meaning of this statement sir


 


}


 


 


 


 


 


pointer=pointer->next;


 


}


 


}


 


 


i have asked question based on the code..pls refer to the bold and underline words.thnk u.


 

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Customer: replied 10 months ago.

i dont understand what you mean sir..x is used to check whether the element is first element of list.If it is ,do not print --> else print -->what u mean by first element

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