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EBK DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS IN C

4th Edition

DROZDEK

Publisher: YUZU

ISBN: 9781285415017

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Problem 1E:

If i is an integer and p and q are pointers to integers, which of the following assignments cause a...

Problem 2E:

Identify the errors; assume in (b) and (c) that s2 has been declared and assigned a string:
char*...

Problem 3E:

Providing that the declarations int intArray[] = {1, 2, 3}, p = intArray; have been made, what will...

Problem 4E:

Using only pointers (no array indexing), write a. A function to add all numbers in an integer array....

Problem 5E:

Using pointers only, implement the following string functions: a. strlen() b. strcmp() c. strcat()...

Problem 7E:

Early versions of C++ did not support templates, but generic classes could be introduced using...

Problem 10E:

Assume the following class declaration:
template<class T>
class genClass {
…
char aFunction(…);
…...

Problem 11E:

Overloading is a powerful tool in C++, but there are some exceptions. What operators must not be...

Problem 12E:

If classA includes a private variable n, a protected variable m, and a public variable k, and classB...

Problem 14E:

What is the difference between function members that are virtual and those that are not?

Problem 15E:

What happens if the declaration of genClass: class genClass { .................. virtual void...

Problem 1PA:

Write a class Fraction that defines adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions by...

Problem 2PA:

Write a class Quaternion that defines the four basic operations of quaternions and the two I/O...

Problem 3PA:

Write a program to reconstruct a text from a concordance of words. This was a real problem of...

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If i is an integer and p and q are pointers to integers, which of the following assignments cause a...Explain the meaning of the following expressions:
f (n) is O(1).
f (n) is Θ(1).
f (n) is nO(1).
Assume that a circular doubly linked list has been created, as in Figure 3.29. After each of the...Reverse the order of elements on stack S
using two additional stacks
using one additional...The set of natural numbers N defined at the beginning of this chapter includes the numbers 10, 11,,...

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