A Laboratory Course in C++ Data Structures, Second Edition by James Roberge

By James Roberge

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Step 5: Test your modified program using a square and a dragon curve. 36 | Laboratory 2 Test Plan for the Curve Drawing Program Test Case Square Dragon curve (recursion depth 2) Dragon curve (recursion depth 7) Expected Curve Checked Point List ADT | 37 Laboratory 2: In-lab Exercise 2 Name __________________________________________ Date _______________________ Section _________________________________________ bool isTranslation ( const PointList &otherList ) Requirements: None Results: Compares the contents of the current PointList object to otherList in order to determine whether otherList represents a translation of the current PointList object.

Results: Stores the value as the logbook entry for today. cpp. h. The standard C++ library functions time() and localtime() can be used to access the necessary time and date information. You may need help from your instructor to get this working. cpp by removing the comment delimiter (and the character ‘4’) from the lines that begin with “//4”. Step 3: Complete the test plan for Test 4 by filling in the expected result for each operation. Step 4: Execute the test plan. If you discover mistakes in your implementation of these operations, correct them and execute the test plan again.

H. cpp. cpp by removing the comment delimiter (and the character ‘2’) from the lines that begin with “//2”. Step 4: Complete the following test plan by adding test cases that check whether your implementation of the isTranslation operator correctly determines whether one PointList represents a translation of the other. Step 5: Execute your test plan. If you discover mistakes in your implementation of the isTranslation operation, correct them and execute your test plan again. Test Plan for the isTranslation Operation PointList 1 PointList 2 (⌬x,⌬y) Expected Result (0,0) (1,1) (2,2) (1,0) (2,1) (3,2) (1,0) True Checked Point List ADT | 39 Laboratory 2: In-lab Exercise 3 Name __________________________________________ Date _______________________ Section _________________________________________ Inserting points at the beginning of a point list is a little bit trickier—and more time consuming— than adding them at the end.

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