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Old June 20th, 2007, 11:42 AM
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C++ Help: Dont know how to get started with this

. Write a program that will prompt the user to enter a list of integer numbers that are seperated by either a space (whitespace) or a return (\n). Your program should then call three functions called “largest” , “smallest” and “average” that will return the largest, smallest and average number in the list. Main should then report the largest, smallest number as well as the average of all numbers in the list. Test your program on the following input > 3 4 6 7 8 10 12 24 45 67 76 34 23 4. Call your program “HW3c.cpp”.

You should submit along with your program a copy of your pseudocode or flowchart for these problems. Please save in your course directory folder in a sub–directory called CHW3 all source code and output files pertaining to this lab.

This is what I have so far, does any1 know how to go further on with this??? Thanks

//Alex Herald//
//GEU111//

#include <iostream> //input output//
#include <cmath> //math functions//
#include <iomanip>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std; //cin cout//
#define MAX_ITEM 14

double average(double input[], int items); //function to find average//
double min(double ar_sw[MAX_ITEM); //function to find smallest

int main(void)
{

double x[MAX_ITEM]; //data list//
double mean1; //mean(average) of data//
int i;

ifstream infile;
ofstream outfile;
infile.open("numbers.txt");
outfile.open("HW3C.txt");

cout <<"Getting numbers......\n";
if (!infile){
cout <<"Unable to open file" <<endl;
exit(0);
}
i = 0;
/*read from file using while loop as control*/
while(infile>>x[i]){
/*write data*/
cout<<"i=" <<i<<"x["<<i<<"]="<<x[i] <<endl;
i++;}
i--; //dont count EOF; need to subtract one from the loop//

mean1 = average(x,i); //call the function by passing arrays name really the base address of x[0]//


printf("mean 1 is %.2f.\n", mean1); //using printf instead of cout to format data

return (0);
}

double average(double input[], int items)
{
//computes the sum and the sum of the squares of all the data//
int i = 0;
double sum=0;

for (i = 0; i <=items; ++i)
sum += input[i];
return sum/(items+1); //i starts at zero so add 1 to the counter to calculate the correct average//
}

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if any1 knows how to get this started let me know. Thanks

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well, as far as accepting input, cin automatically takes input by separating it with whitespace. so if the user does

8 9839 4243 099999

you can just go

cin>>w>>x>>y>>z;

to store it into the variables w,x,y, and z.

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ok, but the numbers are coming from a text file, i know from a previous example in class how to calculate the average but i'm unsure on finding the largest and smallest number, and the array is alittle hazy because i only know how to use it when entering the numbers directly through the program, how do i make it so the array contains my input.txt??

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well, instead of using cin, use infile, and as far as finding largest smallest, you'll have to find and use a sort algorithm of your choice. and when it comes to arrays, you can create one dynamically to suit the number of inputs you receive from the user, since its probably an unknown number.

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Ok i did something like this, but it gives me a crazy output



//Alex Herald//
//GEU111//

#include <iostream> //input output//
#include <cmath> //math functions//
#include <iomanip>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std; //cin cout//
#define MAX_ITEM 14

double average(double input[], int items); //function to find average//

int main(void)
{

double x[MAX_ITEM]; //data list//
double mean1, mean2; //mean(average) of data//
int i;

ifstream infile;
ofstream outfile;
infile.open("numbers.txt");
outfile.open("HW3C.txt");

cout <<"Getting numbers......\n";
if (!infile){
cout <<"Unable to open file" <<endl;
exit(0);
}
i = 0;
/*read from file using while loop as control*/
while(infile>>x[1]){
/*write data*/
cout<<"i=" <<i<<"x["<<i<<"]="<<x[i] <<endl;
i++;}
i--; //dont count EOF; need to subtract one from the loop//

mean1 = average(x,i); //call the function by passing arrays name really the base address of x[0]//
mean2 = average(&x[0],i); //call the function by passing arrays base address &x[0]//

printf("mean 1 is %.2.f\nmean2 is %.2f\n", mean1, mean2); //using printf instead of cout to format data

return (0);
}

double average(double input[], int items)
{
//computes the sum and the sum of the squares of all the data//
int i = 0;
double sum=0;

for (i = 0; i <=items; ++i)
sum += input[i];
return sum/(items+1); //i starts at zero so add 1 to the counter to calculate the correct average//
}

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shouldnt:

Code:
/*read from file using while loop as control*/
while(infile>>x[1]){


be:

Code:
while(infile>>x[i]){

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ok almost have it

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Large number comes back as a massive negative number, any idea why

//Alex Herald//
//GEU111//

#include <iostream> //input output//
#include <cmath> //math functions//
#include <iomanip>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std; //cin cout//
#define MAX_ITEM 14

double average(double input[], int items); //function to find average//
double min(double ar_sw[MAX_ITEM]); //function to find smallest
double max(double ar_sw[MAX_ITEM]);
double main(void)
{

double x[MAX_ITEM]; //data list//
double mean1; //mean(average) of data//
int i, small, large;

ifstream infile;
ofstream outfile;
infile.open("numbers.txt");
outfile.open("HW3C.txt");

cout <<"Getting numbers......\n";
if (!infile){
cout <<"Unable to open file" <<endl;
exit(0);
}
i = 0;
/*read from file using while loop as control*/
while(infile>>x[i]){
/*write data*/
cout<<"i=" <<i<<"x["<<i<<"]="<<x[i] <<endl;
i++;}
i--; //dont count EOF; need to subtract one from the loop//

mean1 = average(x,i); //call the function by passing arrays name really the base address of x[0]//

printf("mean 1 is %.2f.\n", mean1); //using printf instead of cout to format data
outfile<<"The mean value is "<<mean1<<endl;

for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
small = min(x);

cout <<"\n The Smallest value = " << small << endl;
outfile <<"\n The Smallest value = " << small << endl;

for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
large = max(x);

cout <<"\n The Largest Value = " << large << endl;
outfile <<"\n The Largest Value = " << large << endl;

return (0);
}

double average(double input[], int items)
{
//computes the sum and the sum of the squares of all the data//
int i = 0;
double sum=0;

for (i = 0; i <=items; ++i)
sum += input[i];
return sum/(items+1); //i starts at zero so add 1 to the counter to calculate the correct average//
}

double min(double ar_sw[MAX_ITEM]) {

int i, small = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]<small){
small = ar_sw[i];

}
return(small);
}

double max(double ar_sw[MAX_ITEM]){

int i, large = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]>large){
large = ar_sw[i];
}
return(large);
}[/QUOTE]

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change the function prototype and declaration from

Code:
double min(double ar_sw[MAX_ITEM]) {


to

Code:
double min(double * ar_sw) {


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still gives me -85676867 etc for large, where it should be 76

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do the same to max and any other function you pass an array to.

double max(double * ar_sw) {

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still doesnt change the answer, im so close this is brutal


#include <iostream> //input output//
#include <cmath> //math functions//
#include <iomanip>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std; //cin cout//
#define MAX_ITEM 14

double average(double input[], int items); //function to find average//
double min(double * ar_sw); //function to find smallest
double max(double * ar_sw);
double main(void)
{

double x[MAX_ITEM]; //data list//
double mean1; //mean(average) of data//
int i, small, large;

ifstream infile;
ofstream outfile;
infile.open("numbers.txt");
outfile.open("HW3C.txt");

cout <<"Getting numbers......\n";
if (!infile){
cout <<"Unable to open file" <<endl;
exit(0);
}
i = 0;
/*read from file using while loop as control*/
while(infile>>x[i]){
/*write data*/
cout<<"i=" <<i<<"x["<<i<<"]="<<x[i] <<endl;
i++;}
i--; //dont count EOF; need to subtract one from the loop//

mean1 = average(x,i); //call the function by passing arrays name really the base address of x[0]//

cout <<"The mean value is " << mean1 <<endl;
outfile<<"The mean value is "<<mean1<<endl;

for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
small = min(x);

cout <<"\n The Smallest value = " << small << endl;
outfile <<"\n The Smallest value = " << small << endl;

for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
large = max(x);

cout <<"\nThe Largest Value = " << large << endl;
outfile <<"\nThe Largest Value = " << large << endl;

return (0);
}

double average(double input[], int items)
{
//computes the sum and the sum of the squares of all the data//
int i = 0;
double sum=0;

for (i = 0; i <=items; ++i)
sum += input[i];
return sum/(items+1); //i starts at zero so add 1 to the counter to calculate the correct average//
}

double min(double * ar_sw) {

int i, small = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]<small){
small = ar_sw[i];

}
return(small);
}

double max(double * ar_sw){

int i, large = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]>large){
large = ar_sw[i];
}
return(large);
}

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change

Code:
double average(double input[], int items); //function to find average//


to

Code:
double average(double * input, int items); //function to find average//


inside that function, change

for (i = 0; i <=items; ++i)

to

for (i = 0; i <items; ++i)

and see if that helps. i think you're overwriting memory you shouldnt be earlier on in the program and its messing with things.

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The first change didnt seem to do anything and the second change altered my mean, making it wrong. Sorry for all the trouble, thanks alot for helping me out

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sorry i cant be of more help, i do alot of trial and error programming. i try something, if it doesnt work, i change it back and try something else. hopefully you can find whats causing the problem. toss in a bunch of cout statements to see what your variables are getting set to. also, the debugger is a powerful tool if you know how to use it.

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Code:
for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]>large){
large = ar_sw[i];
}


for(i=0;i<MAX_ITEM; i++)

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Well i appreciate the help, but that also does not work, i dont know what it is

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ok, so i broke down and actually coded it up and compiled it :P

in your main function, take it out of the for loop:

Code:
for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
large = max(x);


to just

Code:
large = max(x);

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now it just gives me three (the min), am i suppose to keep the for? cuz when i did it gave me an error and when i took it out it gave me 3 as an answer

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i removed the functions from both of the for loops that were in the main.

Code:
for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
small = min(x);


and

Code:
for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
large = max(x);


and my program is working

EDIT: funny wording :P

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This is my file, and it still gives me back three:

//Alex Herald//
//GEU111//

#include <iostream> //input output//
#include <cmath> //math functions//
#include <iomanip>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std; //cin cout//
#define MAX_ITEM 14

double average(double input[], int items); //function to find average//
double min(double * ar_sw); //function to find smallest
double max(double * ar_sw);
double main(void)
{

double x[MAX_ITEM]; //data list//
double mean1; //mean(average) of data//
int i, small, large;

ifstream infile;
ofstream outfile;
infile.open("numbers.txt");
outfile.open("HW3C.txt");

cout <<"Getting numbers......\n";
if (!infile){
cout <<"Unable to open file" <<endl;
exit(0);
}
i = 0;
/*read from file using while loop as control*/
while(infile>>x[i]){
/*write data*/
cout<<"i=" <<i<<"x["<<i<<"]="<<x[i] <<endl;
i++;}
i--; //dont count EOF; need to subtract one from the loop//

mean1 = average(x,i); //call the function by passing arrays name really the base address of x[0]//

cout <<"The mean value is " << mean1 <<endl;
outfile<<"The mean value is "<<mean1<<endl;

small = min(x);

cout <<"\n The Smallest value = " << small << endl;
outfile <<"\n The Smallest value = " << small << endl;

large = max(x);

cout <<"\nThe Largest Value = " << large << endl;
outfile <<"\nThe Largest Value = " << large << endl;

return (0);
}

double average(double * input, int items)
{
//computes the sum and the sum of the squares of all the data//
int i = 0;
double sum=0;

for (i = 0; i <=items; ++i)
sum += input[i];
return sum/(items+1); //i starts at zero so add 1 to the counter to calculate the correct average//
}

double min(double * ar_sw) {

int i, small = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]<small){
small = ar_sw[i];

}
return(small);
}

double max(double * ar_sw){

int i, large = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]>large){
large = ar_sw[i];
}

return(large);
}

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Code:
double max(double * ar_sw){

int i, large = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i>MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]>large){
large = ar_sw[i];
}


should be

Code:
double max(double * ar_sw){

int i, large = ar_sw[0];

for (i=0; i<MAX_ITEM; i++)
if (ar_sw[i]>large){
large = ar_sw[i];
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Thanks man, finally worked

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good deal. i know how hard debugging can be

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