Hi, do you still need help with this?
OK, let's see what we can do.
What programming language is this for? And, what platform (OS) & tools (compiler) are being used?
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This assignment doesn't make much sense. It talks about "constructors" in a way that is nonsense, certainly in any sense I'm aware of. It barely describes what the program is expected to do.
Without even knowing what programming language to use, it's kind of impossible to know where to start. Aren't there any course materials, syllabus, files, anything to give us some context?
OK, great, there are some links "Go to learning materials" and "Go to assignment details" in there that look promising but I can't get there since I can't log in as a student. Can you get me copies of them?
and perhaps most critical:
Oddly enough it lists a Java book at the beginning, but then refers to the "Standard Template Library" which is a C++ - specific thing. Hopefully the details above might shine some light on this...
That's still just more links to pages I cannot access, mostly the same text I saw before.
Like, "Scenario", "Learning Materials", etc.. or are those just bookmarks to the sorry paragraphs below them?
Well, you said you have the Microsoft Compiler - do you mean Visual Studio? What version (year)? 2015?I would say I'll go ahead and start on a C++ program with my best guess as to what's appropriate.
Here's a VS2015 solution that "does what it says", as far as I can guess...
PLease let me know what you find.
Remember to unzip to a real folder on your disk...
Aha, I did it in 2015; here's a converted version "down" to 2012...
Your 2013 might take you through an upgrade conversion, but the code should without changes.
sorry forgot to paste:
OK, I'll try.
Do you have any example of any Java code written/shown in the context of this course?
Here's a java implementation:
I don't know your Java enviroment but I did it in Netbeans8.0.2 . I only sent the java source files so you can use them in just about any development situation.
Let me know how it goes...
OK, in that case here's the whole netbeans project folder, once you get netbeans installed you can just go File->Open Project and pick the project folder