Monday, October 7, 2013
I accept late work without penalty up to the final exam date. It is a good idea to stay as close to the listed due dates as possible, so the work doesn't pile up, but you have a little added flexibility if you need it. I would much prefer grading a late assignment without errors, than an on-time assignment that will not compile.
For those of you still struggling with project 1, I have added a few Hands-On Activities that may help. This activity has been upgraded: string Class and Container ADTs. Scroll down on that page to find a new activity for using string functions on strings that are stored in an array. The same techniques could be used on strings that are stored in a vector. It shows how to find a substring in a string that is stored in an array, so check it out if working with strings has you stuck on project 1.
I also added a brand new activity Vector, A Dynamic Container. This activity shows how to eliminate duplicates in a vector and how to compare two vector objects.
Hopefully these activities help you if you are currently stumped. If not, send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org