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Unformatted text preview: Project 4 CSE 250 Due Date: May 6, 2011, Friday submit on-line by 11:59 midnight Total Points: 20 points (plus 10 possible extra points) Morse Code This project is an application of Binary Trees. You need to fully understand and use the Binary_Tree class. You can down load the files BTNode.h, Binary_Tree.h and a sample program BinaryTreeTest.cpp from the course web-site, or copy them (on timberlake) from directory: /home/faculty/xinhe/cse250/examples/ExamplesForProj4 The basic idea of the project is given on page 509, Programming Project 7. The detailed description is given below. Morse Code Tree class This class uses a Binary Tree to store the Morse code tree shown in Figure 8.38, page 510. It uses this tree to encode a message into Morse code, and decode a Morse Code string back to the original message. Data Members : 1. Binary_Tree<char> tree; tree holds the Morse code tree shown in Figure 8.38, page 510. 2. string codes; codes holds the Morse code table shown in Table 8.11, on page 509. Function Members : The following functions are requires. You may add additional functions if needed. 1. constructor When a Morse Code Tree object is created in the main program, the constructor should perform the following operations. • Read the input file Morse_Code.txt , and use it to build tree . The Morse_Code.txt is the pre-order listing of the tree shown in Figure 8.38, page 510. The first few lines of the file are as follows: * e i s h NULL NULL v NULL NULL ..... 1 The class Binary Tree has a member function read_binary_tree() that performs this task (see sample program BinaryTreeTest.cpp .) • From the Morse Code Tree created above, build a Morse code table, as shown in Table 8.11, on page 509, and store it in the data member codes . The table has 26 entries, one entry....
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