Module 4 - ENGE 2314 Engineering Problem Solving With C...

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ENGE 2314 Engineering Problem Solving with C++ Page 1 Module 4 – Repetition Control Structures, File I/O Revised 9/29/2009 10:56 PM __________________________________________ ENGE 2314 Engineering Problem Solving With C++ Module 4 — Repetition Control Structures, File I/O Summary of Tasks 1. Read Sections 3.4 – 3.5 in the text …………………… ........................................ pp. 111 – 132 2. Answer review questions 6,7,8, 9, 14-16……………….…….………………….pp. 133 – 135 3. Watch “Loops (Repetition)……….in the Classroom AVI Files folder in Scholar’s Resources 4. Read Sections 4.1 – 4.2 in the text……………………………………………….pp. 139 – 153 5. Answer review questions 1- 5……………………………………………………pp. 176 – 177 6. Watch: “HW4 Intro” “File I/O” “Rounding”……………………….in the Classroom AVI Files folder in Scholar’s Resources 7. Read “Reading Assignment Amplifications and Clarifications”…...provided in this document 8. Complete and submit homework 4……………..…………………individual graded effort
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ENGE 2314 Engineering Problem Solving with C++ Page 2 Module 4 – Repetition Control Structures, File I/O Revised 9/29/2009 10:56 PM Reading assignment amplifications and clarifications Note that both the while loop and the for loop can accomplish the same thing so it is a programmer’s preference issue unless otherwise directed. In this course, as far as the homework is concerned, I do not care which you use as long as it is programmed and working correctly. Both of these repetition structures are pre-test loops – in order to enter the loop at all, you must satisfy the condition statement at the beginning. The danger, especially with the while loop, occurs when the programmer does not take steps to ensure that the condition statement
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