PRG 410 Week 3 FizzBuzz Program

Modify the FizzBuzz program developed in Week Two to only allow input of a comma separated list of values. Create a function that will convert the input string into a vector of integers. The function must look like this: vector… Read More

PRG 410 Entire Course

PRG 410 Entire Course includes: PRG 410 Week 1 Math Tutor for a Young Student PRG 410 Week 2 FizzBuzz Program Part 1 PRG 410 Week 3 FizzBuzz Program Part 2 PRG 410 Week 4 FizzBuzz Program Part 3 PRG… Read More

PRG 410 Week 5 Design a Base Class Simplemath

Using Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), design a base class Simplemath and derived Addition, Subtraction, Division, Multiplication classes within. The user should have the option (e.g., switch statement, if statement, if else statement, nested statements) to choose which calculation he or she… Read More

PRG 410 Week 4 FizzBuzz Program Part 3

Modify the FizzBuzz program further by designing a class CFizzbuzz with two private data members that store a name up to 14 characters long and an integer item number. Define a getFizzbuzz() function member of the CFizzbuzz class that will… Read More

PRG 410 Week 3 FizzBuzz Program Part 2

Modify the FizzBuzz program developed in Week Two to record the user input using an array. The function must have the prototype intFizzBuzz(int, int), where the function takes the row number input from user as the first parameter and the… Read More

PRG 410 Week 2 FizzBuzz Program Part 1

Write a console-based C++ program that requests the user to input a single positive integer as input and waits until the student presses the Enter key: Please enter number, then press Enter key: 8 The program will then write the… Read More

PRG 410 Week 1 Math Tutor for a Young Student

Write a console-based C++ program that can be used as a math tutor for a young student. The program should display two random numbers consisting of three digits each to be added in columnar format, such as: 247 +129 ——-… Read More