Raptor on the 4th, C++ on the 10th, but I suspect you guys have these "in the can"? I see they are regularly posted.
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Excellent. Any idea how I can get my raptor file to output to five decimal places?
Well, I saw some discussion on the raptor forum about set_precision and round but none we're very clear. Anyway, I have two more of these before end of semester and will upload soon. Thx
Also, I noticed you used the "break" statement in the c++ file which we are not using in the course. This makes it harder for me to break it down and follow. I should have asked to keep the code to the basics which I'll be sure to specify next time.
The raptor file we did last week did not work out for me. It scored a zero by my teacher and hope we can adjust it to fit his requirements. He's is what he wrote:
You received a zero on this assignment for two reasons;
A. A. The program you submitted did not conform to the two requirements specifically laid out in the assignment which are -
Your Raptor program should:
1. Use a separate procedure LowestScore that figures out which score is the lowest. Pass your gradeArray to this method. It should return the lowest score in an out parameter.
2. Have a main procedure with two loops. One loop will request the test scores and store them in an array. The other loop adds up all of the scores. The main procedure then calls the LowestScore procedure, and computes the average of the top six scores.
Your LowestScore procedure returned the index of the lowest score, not the score itself. Your main procedure had a loop which did not add all of the scores.
B. B. The program you submitted had only cosmetic differences from a program posted on justanswers.com for the last three years
Also, I will not be able to use the accompanying c++ file as it uses while statements with breaks and we are using "for while" statements. Can this be modified?
Let me know if this can be modified and at what cost? Also, neither the questions nor answers can be posted for public exposure. I t seems they don;t want us seeking out help outside of our textbook.
Did you get my request for this morning?
Let me know if you want to make this thread locked?
Yes, it would be best if this thread were not publicly accessible. What do you require for payment for this adjustment? And how do I make specific payment?
I got a solicitation from just answers for a 7 day free trial of unlimited answers, then $45 monthly, cancel anytime. I only have two more of these to go, you think I should use it. Is the service the same?
If I do a re-rate it shows it will process for another $45, it doesn't provide for variable amounts? How would I add a specific amount?
Also, do you mean if I rate this response the thread becomes accessible?
OK, I just processed another payment for $45. Here's the next Raptor file and accompanying c++ I need. Remember, this is an intro class and we do our c++ using a very basic structure. Your stuff is elegant and we are just not there yet. This is not due for a week.
Write a Raptor program that requests a password and verifies that it is a valid password. To be valid the password must be at least 7 characters long and contain either a digit (0-9) or a dollar sign ($).Your Raptor program should:1. Determine whether the password is valid. If it is not, a message telling the user what is wrong should be output2. If it is valid, the program should thank the user for entering a valid password3. The program should continue requesting a password until a valid one has been entered.Once your Raptor flowchart executes correctly, upload your .rap file. Make sure your name is on the flowchart in a comment.Sample Output (inputs in bold)Please enter a password: pass6Passwords must be at least 7 characters longPlease enter a password: TarrantNWPasswords must include a digit or dollar sign (0-9, $)Please enter a password: Tccd-03Thank you, that is a valid password
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