PRG/410 C++ Programming I

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PRG/410 Convert Length
PRG/410 Convert Length
PRG/410 Week 1 Convert Length

PRG/410 WEEK 1

Wk 1 Discussion – Convert Length

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Resource: MindTap Week One video, "Programming Example: Convert Length"
Discuss how the "Programming Example: Convert Length" video illustrates appropriate style when coding for a C++ program. Why is this important?

 

PRG/410 Simple Comparison Application
PRG/410 Simple Comparison Application
PRG/410 Simple Comparison Application
PRG/410 ENTIRE WEEK 2

PRG/410 WEEK 2

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Individual: Simple Comparison Application

A grocery store hired you to develop a simple application to read 2 random product prices and compare them.
Create a C++ program that does the following:

  • Asks the user to enter 3 integers
  • Obtains the numbers from the user
  • Prints the largest number and then the smallest of the numbers
  • If the numbers are equal, prints the message: "These numbers are equal."
  • Prints the sum, average, and product of the 3 numbers

Include the proper header and make sure you properly comment your program. Also, make sure you use proper coding conventions.
Compress all your Microsoft® Visual Studio® source code files from the console application folder into a ZIP file.
Submit your Assignment.

 

Wk 2 Discussion – Juice Machine

Includes 4 full Answers!

Resource: MindTap Week Two video, "Programming Example: Juice Machine"

Discuss how the program in the "Programming Example: Juice Machine" video applies to object-oriented programming and reusable code. Include the importance of programming design in your response.

If you had any difficulty understanding what was being done in developing this program, explain what you did not understand and ask for help from fellow students and your instructor. Did you understand the use of UML (Unified Modeling Language) notation in this video?

 

PRG/410 Cable Company
PRG/410 WEEK 3

PRG/410 Week 3

 

Wk 3 Discussion – Cable Company

Includes 4 full Answers!

Resource: MindTap Week Three video, "Programming Example: Cable Company Billing"
Discuss how the program in the "Programming Example: Cable Company Billing" video illustrates the application of control structures in a C++ Program.
If you had any difficulty understanding what was being done in developing this program or how the program will operate, explain what you did not understand and ask for help from fellow students and your instructor.

 

 

 

PRG/410 Savings Account Program
PRG/410 Savings Account Program
You are now working for a bank, and one of your first projects consists of developing an application to manage savings accounts.
PRG/410 Savings Account Program,

PRG/410 Week 4

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Wk 4 - Savings Account Program
You are now working for a bank, and one of your first projects consists of developing an application to manage savings accounts.
Create a C++ program that does the following:

  • Creates a SavingsAccount class
  • Uses a static data member, annualInterestRate, to store the annual interest rate for each of the savers
  • Ensures each member of the class contains a private data member, savingsBalance, indicating the amount the saver currently has on deposit
  • Develops a member function, calculateMonthlyInterest, to calculate the monthly interest by multiplying the savingsBalance by annualInterestRatedivided by 12; this interest should then be added to savingsBalance
  • Develops a static member function, modifyInterestRate, that sets the static annualInterestRate to a new value
  • Instantiates two different objects of class SavingsAccountFirstsaver and Secondsaver, with balances of $1000.00 and $2000.00, respectively; set the annualInterestRate to 2 percent
  • Calculates the monthly interest and prints the new balances for each of the savers
  • Sets the annualInterestRate to 3 percent, calculates the next month's interest, and prints the new balances for each of the savers

Include the proper header and make sure you properly comment your program. Also, make sure you use proper coding conventions.
Compress all your Microsoft® Visual Studio® source code files from the console application folder into a ZIP file.
Submit your assignment.

 

Wk 4 Discussion - Movie Ticket Sales & Donation to Charity 

Includes 4 full Answers!

Resource: MindTap Week Four video, "Programming Example: Movie Tickets Sale and Donation to Charity"
Discuss how the program in the "Programming Example: Movie Tickets Sale and Donation to Charity" video implements inheritance and uses streams for input and output of data. How does this impact the program?
If you had any difficulty understanding how the program was written or how the objectives were applied, explain what you did not understand and ask for help from fellow students and your instructor.

 

PRG/410 Week 5 SimpleMath Program
PRG/410 Week 5 SimpleMath Program
PRG/410 Week 5 SimpleMath Program

PRG/410 Week 5

All Assignments listed for Week 5 are included in purchase!

 

Wk 5 - SimpleMath Program
You are now working for a department store, and your task is to create a point-of-sale application to allow customers to calculate the total cost of their sale, including taxes.
Create a C++ program that does the following:

  • Calculates sales tax and total cost based on the type of purchased product using the following categories and tax percentages:
  • Category 1 - Clothing: 6%
  • Category 2 - Beauty products: 7%
  • Category 3 - Grocery: 3%
  • Category 4 - Gardening: 6%
  • Category 5 - School supplies: 3%
  • Category 6 - Tobacco products: 10%
  • Creates an array to store the numbers users input and uses the switch statement to calculate the sales tax and final cost based on the category of the purchased product
  • Prompts the user for category and price of the product
  • Calculates and displays the final cost

Include the proper header and make sure you properly comment your program. Also, make sure you use proper coding conventions so your program runs and compiles correctly.
Compress all your Microsoft® Visual Studio® source code files from the console application folder into a ZIP file.
Submit your assignment.

 

Wk 5 Discussion - Creating Your Own Exception Classes

Resource: MindTap Week 5 video, "Programming Example: Creating Your Own Exception Classes"
Discuss how exceptions are handled in the program in the "Programming Example: Creating Your Own Exception Classes" video. How does this impact other parts of the C++ program?
If you had any difficulty understanding what was being done in this program and how it relates to error handling, explain what you did not understand and ask for help from fellow students and your instructor.