CSC1350Lab07Af17-2.pdf - Laboratory Assignment № 7 Wyatt Clements CSC 1350 Louisiana State University More on Using Arrays as Explicit Parameters to

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Assignment № 7 Page 1 Laboratory Assignment № 7 Wyatt Clements, CSC 1350, Louisiana State University 11/01/2016 More on Using Arrays as Explicit Parameters to Methods The GradesRearranger In this laboratory exercise, you will write a program that rearranges a collection of test scores so that they are in non-descending order. Assume that the collection consists of integers in the range 0 to 100. Some of the subtasks of the program will be performed in methods other than the main. The program will consist of only one class, GradesRearranger, that consists of 10 static integer arrays of length 101 and four static methods, including the main method. The static arrays will have class scope and be allocated in the class. Preliminary Version This version of the program will consist of the following: A. Declare and instantiate 10 private static integer arrays, each of which can store 101 integers. Name the arrays bin0 , bin1 , ··· , bin9 . B. Define the method below in the class: /** * Gives a reference to the bin whose numeric suffix * corresponds to the specified number. * @param binNum the number suffix of a bin * @return a reference to the bin with the specified * numeric suffix. */ public static int[] selectBin(int binNum)
Assignment № 7 Page 2 C. Define the method below in the class: /** * Scans the specified array from left to right, data[0] to * data[n-1], where n is the length of the array, and places * each element in the bin that corresponds to its digit in * the specified place by first increasing the effective size * of the array by 1 and then copying the element at the index * equals to the new effective size of the bin. The effective * size of a bin, the number of useful data elements that it * contains, is stored as the first element of the bin. For * example, when the data element is 98 and the place is 1, * 98 is inserted in bin8; when the place is 10, it is inserted * in bin9; when the place is 100, it is inserted in bin0. * @param data an array of integers in the range 0...100 * @param place the place of the digit in the data that * determines which bin it will be inserted in; place = 1 * (units) place, 10 (tens), 100 (hundreds) place etc. It * must be a power of 10.

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