1606w10labfinal.marking

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ECOR 1606 Winter 2010 Lab Final Test Lab Final Test Content The lab final test (Lab #10) will involve writing a program in C++. The material covered on the lab final test will be everything discussed in class and in the notes up to the end of Chapter 6. Lab #9 will give you an idea of what to expect. Lab Final Test Dates When: Regular lab period ( Note: test runs the entire lab period, e.g. 11:35am-2:25pm for an 11:30am lab) Dates: Mon Mar 22 nd to Fri Mar 26 th Lab Final Test Details Bring your student card, and (optional) blank scrap paper, pen, and calculator. You will be given the details of the problem that you are to solve, along with a sample executable that you can run to see the expected outputs of your program. You must submit your program using the lab test version of the submit program before the end of the lab period. If you finish before the end of the lab, you should test your program thoroughly to ensure that it works properly
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Unformatted text preview: in all circumstances. ( Hint: Enter the same values in your program and in the sample executable.) Lab Final Test Marking Scheme The lab final test is worth 30% of your term mark. It will be marked out of 30: Function(s): 10 marks Sentinel loop: 5 marks Invalid input checks: 5 marks Calculation and output of required data, including calling function(s) as appropriate: 10 marks If your program does not compile in C++, you will get a maximum of 10/30. Remember that you should never submit anything that you havent compiled first, no matter how small your last change is!! If your program has no comments, is very inefficient, and/or has poor/inconsistent indentation 1 to 5 marks will be deducted....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course MATH 101 taught by Professor Duke during the Spring '11 term at University of Ottawa.

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