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● Build the project. It should build without any compilation or linking errors.
● Execute the project. The test harness will run. Read the console output carefully. The output
shows when s e p i is about to be called, the values that are being passed as arguments,
the result we expect the function to return, the actual value returned by the function, and a
summary of how many tests passed and failed.
● The harness will report several errors while it tests the functions you'll complete for Exercises 1
through 7, which is what we'd expect: you haven't started working on these functions.
We have a loud talking parrot. Write a function named p r o _ r u l that has two parameters:
_olpro_rul(Bo tlig ithu)
Bo arttobe_ol akn, n or;
Parameter t l i g s t u if the parrot is talking, and parameter h u is the current hour in the
a k n i r e
range 0..23. We are in trouble if the parrot is talking and the hour is before 7 or after 20. The function
should return t u if we are in trouble; otherwise it should return f l e
Write a function named m x 0 0 hat has two parameters:
a 1 2 t
n a12(n , n )
Parameters a nd b re positive integers values. The function should return the larger value that is in the a a
range 10..20 inclusive, or return 0 if neither value is in that range.
Write a function named i t m x hat has three parameters:
n _ a t
itmxita itb itc;
n_a(n , n , n )
Parameters a b nd c re integers values. The function should return the largest of the three values.
, a a
The squirrels in Palo Alto spend most of the day playing. In particular, they play if the temperature is
3 between 60 and 90 (inclusive). But, if it is summer, the upper limit is 100 instead of 90.
Write a function named s u r e _ l y hat has two parameters:
q i r l p a t
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This lab report was uploaded on 03/28/2014 for the course SYSC 2006 taught by Professor Schram during the Spring '12 term at Carleton CA.
- Spring '12