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Hello,i have troubles with my cmpt assignment


https://www.cs.sfu.ca/~mitchell/cmpt-225/2020

Spring/index.html but i hardly understand what is being asked and how to implement it,so ill start from the beginning,the part where i have to implement the program that simply visits VisitALL() ,what does it do?i dont get the way it visits,could u please explain?And in the Vector class i dont understand the concept of capacity and size,isnt it the same thing?Please help!

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Here is the supplementary code for the assignment

http://users.cs.fiu.edu/~weiss/dsaa_c++4/code/List.h

http://users.cs.fiu.edu/~weiss/dsaa_c++4/code/Vector.h


Here is the Question,i wasn't able to attach it

Overview

For this assignment, you are two write two small programs that compare the times for some basic operations on lists using the Vector and List classes provided by the textbook author, and use them to carry out some simple experiments. To carry out the timing, you will also need to make some small modifications to the Vector and List implementations.


Part 1

For the first timing program, you will need to add an implementation of a new operation visitAll() to the implementations in Vector.h and List.h. This operation simply "visits" each element in the list. Then, program (call it's file part1.cpp) that constructs a list of values in two different containers: one in a Vector, and the other (with the same number of elements) in a List. Your program should construct each list by adding elements one-by-one using push_back. It should also record the time it takes to construct each list, and then the time it takes to execute visitAll() for each list. Finally, the program should report these times.

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