Assignment 2 _ A15CS0248 - Assignment 2 Name Matrix No...

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Assignment 2 : Data Structure & Algorithm Name : Norsyazwani binti Mohd Puad Matrix No. : A15CS0248 Lecturer : Dr. Hoshang Kolivand #include <iostream> using namespace std; struct Student { char name[40]; int age; int avg; void swap(Student &x, Student &y) { Student temp = x; x = y; y = temp; } void selectionSortDescend(Student stdnt[], int n) { for (int last=n-1;last>=1;--last) { int largestIndex = 0; for (int p=1;p<=last;++p) { if (stdnt[p].avg < stdnt[largestIndex].avg) largestIndex = p; } swap (stdnt[largestIndex] , stdnt[last]); } } void selectionSortAscend(Student stdnt[], int n) { for (int last=n-1;last>=1;--last) { int largestIndex = 0; for (int p=1;p<=last;++p) { if (stdnt[p].avg > stdnt[largestIndex].avg) largestIndex = p; } swap (stdnt[largestIndex] , stdnt[last]); } } int main()
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{ Student stdnt[5]; for (int idx = 0; idx < 5; idx++) {
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Unformatted text preview: cout << "Enter name: "; cin.getline(stdnt[idx].name, 40); cout << "Enter age: "; cin >> stdnt[idx].age; cout << "Enter average: "; cin >> stdnt [idx].avg; // TODO: Store average in array of structure cout << endl; cin.ignore(); } selectionSortAscend(stdnt, 5); cout << "Average is Ascending" << endl; cout << "Name" << " "; cout << "Age" << " "; cout << "Average" << endl; for (int idx = 0; idx < 5; idx++) { cout << stdnt [idx].name << " "; cout << stdnt [idx].age << " "; cout << stdnt [idx].avg << endl; } selectionSortDescend(stdnt, 5); cout << "Average is Descending" << endl; cout << "Name" << " "; cout << "Age" << " "; cout << "Average" << endl; for (int idx = 0; idx < 5; idx++) { cout << stdnt [idx].name << " "; cout << stdnt [idx].age << " "; cout << stdnt [idx].avg << endl; } system("pause"); return 0; } OUTPUT :...
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