(COMP2012)[2016](f)midterm_=vngkoee^_10579.pdf

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Student ** School::getLowerThanThreshold( double t) const { Student ** list = new Student * [maxNum]; // 2 points int n = 0; Student dummy; dummy.setStudent( "" , 0, "" , t); for ( int i=0; i < curNum; i++) { // 1 point if (students[i] < dummy) { // 1 point list[n] = &students[i]; // 2 points for getting the address and n++; // increment of counter variable } } // To indicate the end of the list if (n < maxNum) // 1 mark list[n] = NULL; // 1 mark return list; // 1 mark } 20 (COMP2012)[2016](f)midterm~=vngkoee^_10579.pdf downloaded by xjiae from at 2018-03-13 17:27:22. Academic use within HKUST only.
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