# FSU COP 3014 - cop3014 Assignment (5 pages)

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## cop3014 Assignment

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Cop 3014 - Programming I (3).
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Programming Project Specifications Page 1 of 5 Programming Assignment 6 Famous Scientists Diving Competition COP 3014 Spring Term 2010 Point Value 100 points Project Due Date Wednesday April 21 2010 at 11 59 PM NO programs will be accepted after this due time i e NO LATE PROGRAMS AND NO EXTENSIONS Learning Objectives z z z z z z To write a program which requires the creation and manipulation of an array of structs To utilize the typedef construct to create and work with the array of structs To utilize C strings to work with textual data the C string class To practice more advanced file input To make use of a standard sorting algorithm the selection sort To perform a common real world process which is typically done using software Problem Statement In the spirit of the Olympics we will now work on analyzing scores for an Olympic sport Twenty four famous scientists have decided to participate in a special diving competition The scientists will be judged according to Olympic regulations There will be two rounds of dives and each participant will make one dive per round Each dive is judged by 7 judges Points for the dive are assigned according to the following 1 each judge assigns a score between 0 0 and 10 0 inclusive file C Users aft Documents 01 workingOn p6sp10 3014 p6sp10writeup 3014 html 3 15 2010 Programming Project Specifications Page 2 of 5 2 the highest and lowest scores are eliminated 3 the five remaining scores are summed and the total is multiplied by 0 6 This result is then multiplied by the degree of difficulty of the dive 0 0 to 3 0 to find the total score for the round Note it is possible that more than one score is lowest and or more than one is highest in these cases one of them is eliminated from the summing In the most extreme case if all scores were equal you would eliminate two of them from the total calculations After the two rounds the divers with the ten highest totals will be flown to London England in 2012 to participate in a special diving

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