By James Roberge
With a dynamic learn-by-doing concentration, this laboratory guide encourages scholars to discover info buildings through enforcing them, a approach by which scholars detect how information constructions paintings and the way they are often utilized.
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If you discover mistakes in your implementation of the logbook addition operation, correct them and execute the test plan again. Test Plan for Test 6 (+= operation) Test Case The entries in logbook logDay100 are equal to ( 100 * day ) and the entries in logbook logDay200 are equal to ( 200 * day ) Expected Result of Adding logDay200 to logDay100 Checked Logbook ADT | 19 Laboratory 1: Postlab Exercise 1 Name __________________________________________ Date _______________________ Section _________________________________________ Part A The following function prototypes are part of the declaration of the Logbook class.
H. cpp by removing the comment delimiter (and the character ‘3’) from the lines that begin with “//3”. Step 4: Complete the test plan for Test 3 by filling in the day of the week for the first day of the current month. Step 5: Execute the test plan. If you discover mistakes in your implementation of the displayCalendar operation, correct them and execute the test plan again. Test Plan for Test 3 (displayCalendar operation) Test Case Logbook Month Day of the Week of the First Day in the Month Simple month 1 1995 0 (Sunday) Month in the past 7 1969 2 (Tuesday) Month in the future 12 2011 4 (Thursday) February (nonleap year) 2 2003 6 (Saturday) February (leap year) 2 2004 0 (Sunday) Current month Checked Logbook ADT | 15 Laboratory 1: In-lab Exercise 2 Name __________________________________________ Date _______________________ Section _________________________________________ C++ allows you to create multiple functions with the same name as long as these functions have different numbers of arguments or different types of arguments—a process referred to as function overloading.
Results: Moves the cursor to the point at the end of the list. bool gotoNext () Requirements: List is not empty. Results: If the cursor is not at the end of a list, then moves the cursor to the next point in the list and returns true. Otherwise, returns false. bool gotoPrior () Requirements: List is not empty. Results: If the cursor is not at the beginning of a list, then moves the cursor to the preceding point in the list and returns true. Otherwise, returns false. Point getCursor () const Requirements: List is not empty.