Lab5 - Lab 5 Assigned 10/23, due on Friday Nov 4 at...

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Lab 5 – Assigned 10/23, due on Friday Nov 4 at 11:59:59 pm. First, some ground rules for this and all future labs. You have achieved a level of expertise that will allow you to understand the extent and reason for these rules. The problem is that people have been using non-standard C++ (i.e. DevC++) to create their labs, and it makes it difficult for the graders to find a compiler version that accommodates these oddities. So any program that cannot be compiled on the lab computers will receive a zero grade. Rule 1: You CANNOT use DevC++, you must use JGrasp. In fact, you should attend lab and try your program on the lab computers. If you can’t, then Rules 2 thru 6 should take care of all the known issues. Rule 2: You must put “using namespace std;” after the include statements in your program. You cannot simply put the command std; In your code, you must use using namespace std; Rule 3: You are not allowed to use endl; outside of cout <<. That is, endl; is not allowed, but cout << endl;
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Lab5 - Lab 5 Assigned 10/23, due on Friday Nov 4 at...

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