Programming Assignment #5 Binary Trees CS-2301, System Programming for Non-Majors (Slides include materials from The C Programming Language, 2nd edition, by Kernighan and Ritchie and from C: How to Program, 5th and 6th editions, by Deitel and Deitel) CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 1 Assignment Read in a series of text files Keep track of the number of occurrences of each word In the set of files you read Print out a list of words (in alphabetical order) and the number of times each occurs Due Date: Friday, December 4, 2009, 11:59 PM
CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 2 Goals and Objectives Pull together a non-trivial program from resources and algorithms at your disposal Build up and use a massive data structure in the form of a binary tree One entry for each separate word encountered Each entry counts the number of instances of that word Create and write your output file CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 3 By the End of this Assignment
you should start feeling confident that You can write a non-trivial C program for any course assignment at WPI You are capable of learning the things you dont know on your own You are beginning to think computationally with respect to collecting and organizing data CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 4 What is a Binary Tree? Previous lecture topic See also 6.5 of Kernighan & Ritchie CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 5
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Binary Trees 9 Write-up Description of your program, the .c files, .h files, etc. Pre- and post-conditions of all recursive functions Loop invariants of critical loops Description of your data structure and the principal functions Citation of resources and algorithms CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 10 Submitting Your Project Use /cs/bin/turnin submit cs2301 PA5 ...
Submit: Write-up .c files, .h files, and makefile or Clean, zipped version of Visual Studio project directory Sample output CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 11 Questions? CS-2301, B-Term 2009 Binary Trees 12
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