comp206finalfall09

comp206finalfall09 - McGill University COMP-206 School of...

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McGill University COMP-206 School of Computer Science December 2009 Final Examination Introduction to Software Systems COMP-206 December 18, 2009 at 14:00 – 17:00 Examiner: Joseph Vybihal Assoc Examiner: Joerg Kienzle Student Name: McGill ID: INSTRUCTIONS: This is a CLOSED BOOK examination. You are permitted TRANSLATION dictionaries ONLY. STANDARD CALCULATOR permitted ONLY. This examination is PRINTED ON BOTH SIDES of the paper This examination paper MUST BE RETURNED You are permitted to write your answers in either English or French Write your answers in the exam booklet providedd Attemp all questions, part marks will be assigned, show your work. Grading Section Grade Your Mark Question 1: GNU 25 Question 2: HTML and CGI 25 Question 3: C 25 Question 4: Python 25 -------- __________ Total 100 % Instructor: Joseph Vybihal Page 1 of 4
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McGill University COMP-206 School of Computer Science Question 1: GNU (25 points) Answer the following questions about the GNU tool set: (A) Makefiles Create a makefile for the following C program. The program consists of multiple source files. It is an implementation of a book store. It has been designed using module programming techniques, like extern . Each source file is a module with a header file. The executable file is called BookStore. The source file names are: main.c + main.h, Book.c + Book.h, and Printout.c + Printout.h. (B) RCS Given the source files in the book store question from above, and assuming the program is being developed within the folder /home/source, perform the following RCS activities: First: Create the RCS repository Second: Put all the source files into the repository
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comp206finalfall09 - McGill University COMP-206 School of...

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