ECS030 Final Practice S10 Camp

ECS030 Final Practice S10 Camp - ECS 30 Practice Final...

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ECS 30 Practice Final Closed book, closed notes. 1. ( 213 points) Write a complete C program that reads information about a house, sorts the information by the area of the rooms, and then displays the information on the screen. Here are the specifications: 1. On the command line the user will enter the name of the file that contains the information. If there are more command line arguments than required your program must notify the user, and then exit. If the file cannot be found then your program must notify the user, and then exit. 2. The file has the following format: Line 1: Name_of_owner <char [80].> Line 2: Price <float> Number_of_rooms <int> Lines 3 - 3 + Number_of_rooms: Num_of_windows<int> : Area<float> : Name of room<char [20]> 3. The information about each room should be stored in a struct. The information about all of the rooms must be stored in a dynamically allocated array of these structs. You must access the file room lines (lines after the first two) using strtok. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course ECS 030 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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