CS250_A3 - Assignment 3(Programming Non-Programming Worth...

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1 Assignment 3 (Programming & Non-Programming) Worth: 7.5 points Due Date and Time: Before class begins at 12:20 pm on 06/19/2007. Copy zipped programming submission to CS250 web page. Place your stapled non-programming submission on instructor’s desk in Michelangelo. Topics Spherical Coordinates Geometric Modeling Programming Statement (Worth 90 points) Do the following: Using spherical coordinates, implement a Windows console program to geometrically model spheres. Program input is specified using command-line arguments and consists of the following: name (of executable file), radius, stacks, slices, and output file name. Input “stacks” represents the number of stacked pieces obtained by horizontally cutting the sphere. That is, “stacks” provides a measure of the number of latitudinal lines in the sphere. Input “slices” represents the number of slices obtained by vertically cutting the sphere. That is, “slices” provides a measure of the number of longitudinal lines in the sphere.
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