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Question 43265

posted 11 months ago

Define a problem with input, output, and Exception Handling. If no output explain the reason why and what you are going to do make sure it does not happen again aka learning from your mistakes.
Problem:Design:Code:Output:

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Question 43266

posted 11 months ago

Define a problem with input, output, and Operator Overloading. If no output explain the reason why and what you are going to do make sure it does not happen again aka learning from your mistakes.
Problem:Design:Code:Output:

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Question 41268

posted 1 years ago

Design, implement and test an object-oriented program that defines Signle_Linked_List class which has two sub classes Stack and Queue. For the Stack class, define a constructor, push and pop methods. For the Queue class, define a constructor, enqueue and dequeue methods. The push method should make use of the method "insert_at_head(value)" that belongs to the Signle_Linked_List class and the pop method should make use of the method remove_at_head()"that belongs to the Signle_Linked_List class. Similarly, the enqueue method should make use of the method "insert_at_tail(value)" that belongs to the Signle_Linked_List class, and the dequeue method should make use of the method remove_at_head()" that belongs to the Signle_Linked_List class.

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Question 41269

posted 1 years ago

In the handouts Section in Moodle, we introduced the concept of multi paradigm programming Languages such as AKL and C++. For example, C++ supports several paradigms including generic programming, procedural programming, and hybrid of the two paradigms. Give and explain "a mini-example" of multiparadigm program.

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Question 41267

posted 1 years ago

Design, implement and test an object-oriented program that defines a base class A, which has a subclass B, which itself has a subclass C. The A class must implement a method which is overridden in both B and C. You must also write a test class that instantiates A, B and C, and includes three calls to the method. One of the calls must be statically bound to A's method. One call must be dynamically bound to B's method, and one must be dynamically bound to C's method. All of the method calls must be through a pointer to class A.

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Question 37402

posted 1 years ago

Create a class Fractions with these capabilities:
a) Create a constructor that prevents a O denominator-in a fraction, reduces or simplifies fractions that are not in reduced form and avoids negative denominators.
b) Overload the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operators for this class.
c) Overload the relational and equality operators for this class.

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Question 35865

posted 1 years ago

. At what rate does SysTick count?

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Question 35864

posted 1 years ago

2. Does SysTick count up or down?

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Question 35866

posted 1 years ago

Question 4. What happens if you read from NVIC_ST_CURRENT_R? Assume SysTickhas been initialized.

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Question 35871

posted 1 years ago

Question 9. What is the main thread? What are interrupt threads?

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