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# CH-230-A Assignment 4 More with Loops and Strings, Dynamic Memory Allocation, Multidimensional Arrays solved

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Problem 4.1 A table for circles (1 point)
Language: C
Write a program that prints a table where each line consists of a value x, the area of the circle
with radius x, and the perimeter of the circle with radius x (i.e., three values separated by space).
Ask the user to input from the keyboard the lower and upper limits as well as a step size for the
table (i.e., at which value to start and where to stop, and the increment from one line to the next).
You can safely assume that the upper and lower limits, and the step size will be valid.
Use a for loop for solving this problem.
Your solution has to satisfy the requirements from the problem description and has to pass the
following testcase and potentially other testcases which are uploaded. All characters are relevant
for passing testcases including newlines and spaces.
Testcase 4.1: input
1.5
3
0.5
Testcase 4.1: output
1.500000 7.068583 9.424778
2.000000 12.566371 12.566371
2.500000 19.634954 15.707963
3.000000 28.274334 18.849556
Problem 4.2 Word as zig zag (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded automatically with testcases only
Language: C
Write a program where you read a string (which may contain spaces) from the standard input.
You can safely assume that the string will not be longer than 50 characters. Print the string on the
screen as in the following testcase.
Your solution has to satisfy the requirements from the problem description and has to pass the
following testcase and potentially other testcases which are uploaded. All characters are relevant
for passing testcases including newlines and spaces.
Testcase 4.2: input
Hello world
Testcase 4.2: output
H
e
l
l
o
w
o
r
l
d
Problem 4.3 Using switch and calling functions (2 points)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded manually
Language: C
Write a program where you can read up to 15 floats from the keyboard into an array. A negative
value ends the input loop and the negative value is not part of the array. You can assume that no
more than 15 integers will be read.
Then by using a switch statement, pressing m (and ’Enter’) computes the geometric mean of
the array (and prints the result), h determines and prints the highest number in the array, l
determines and prints the smallest number in the array and s determines and prints the sum of
all elements in the array. Write functions for each task. The result of these functions must be
The prototype to compute the geometric mean should have the following form:
float geometric_mean(float arr[], int num);
The formula for computing the geometric mean of an array of positive values (xi)i=1,…,n with n
elements is:
gmean =
Yn
i=1
xi
!1
n
You can safely assume that the input will be valid.
Problem 4.4 Determine consonants in string I (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded automatically with testcases only
Language: C
Write a function int count_consonants(char str[]) that determines and returns the number of consonants in a given string.
Then write a simple main() function where you can repeatedly enter a string and then the number of consonants is determined and printed on the screen (from the main() function). If the
entered string is empty (it will contain only a ’\n’ then) the program should stop its execution.
You can safely assume that the entered string will be not longer than 100 characters and will be
valid.
Your solution has to satisfy the requirements from the problem description and has to pass the
following testcase and potentially other testcases which are uploaded. All characters are relevant
for passing testcases including newlines and spaces.
Testcase 4.4: input
Hello world
this
last
Testcase 4.4: output
Number of consonants=7
Number of consonants=3
Number of consonants=3
Problem 4.5 Determine consonants in string II (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded manually
Language: C
Rewrite the function int count_consonants(char str[]) from your solution of the previous problem to walk through the string using a pointer and address arithmetic. Reuse your
main() function from the previous problem’s solution.
Problem 4.6 Dynamic memory allocation (2 points)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded manually
Language: C
Write a program which allocates memory for an array of integers entered from the keyboard having n elements (value read also from the keyboard). Write and call a function which determines
and prints on the screen the two greatest values within this array. At the end of the program
make sure that the memory will be released.
You can safely assume that the input will be valid. Solve the problem without sorting the array
or without iterating through the array more than one time.
Problem 4.7 Under the main diagonal of matrix (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded automatically with testcases only
Language: C
Write a program which declares a two dimensional array of integers having at most 30 rows
and 30 columns. Read from the keyboard an integer n representing the number of rows and the
number of columns of the matrix.
Then read the values of the matrix row by row and column by column. Then write and call a
function for printing the values of the matrix in its form. Also write and call a function which
prints on the screen the elements of the matrix which are under the main diagonal.
You can safely assume that the input will be valid.
Your solution has to satisfy the requirements from the problem description and has to pass the
following testcase and potentially other testcases which are uploaded. All characters are relevant
for passing testcases including newlines and spaces.
Testcase 4.7: input
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Testcase 4.7: output
The entered matrix is:
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
Under the main diagonal:
4 7 8
Problem 4.8 Under the secondary diagonal of matrix (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded automatically with testcases only
Language: C
Modify your solution for the previous problem such that the elements under the secondary diagonal (i.e., the other diagonal) are printed on the screen.
You can safely assume that the input will be valid.
Your solution has to satisfy the requirements from the problem description and has to pass the
following testcase and potentially other testcases which are uploaded. All characters are relevant
for passing testcases including newlines and spaces.
Testcase 4.8: input
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Testcase 4.8: output
The entered matrix is:
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
Under the secondary diagonal:
6 8 9
Problem 4.9 Dynamic Array (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded manually
Language: C
Write a function int prodminmax(int arr[], int n) that determines and returns the product of the smallest and largest elements of an array of integers.
Then write a program where you first read an integer n and then n integers that are stored in an
array called arr. Test the function above and print on the screen the results from the main()
function. Use dynamic memory allocation and deallocation.
You can safely assume that the input will be valid.
Problem 4.10 Passing by reference (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded manually
Language: C
Write a function void proddivpowinv(float a, float b, float *prod, float *div,
float *pwr, float *invb) that computes and “returns” by reference the product, the division of the two floats as well as the result of a
b and 1/b.
Also write a simple test program to check that your function works correctly (by printing on the
screen the results from the main() function).
You can safely assume that the input will be valid and that b will not be 0.
Problem 4.11 Walk the string (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded manually
Language: C
Write a function int count insensitive(char *str, char c) that counts the occurrences
of the character c in the string str in the case insensitive manner (i.e., no difference between uppercase and lowercase letters). Write a program that tests this function. You should be able to
process a string of arbitrary length. First you can dynamically allocate a string of maximal length
of 50 characters, then you read the string from the keyboard, then you allocate memory for another string of the correct size, copy the original string into the new string and then deallocate
the memory occupied by the first string. You may use the functions tolower() or toupper()
which are in ctype.h. Use the man page to see how these functions work.
You can safely assume that the input will be valid.
Determine the occurrence of the characters ’b’, ’H’, ’8’, ’u’, and ’\$’. For each character the output
should be as follows, for example:
The character ’b’ occurs 3 times.
Problem 4.12 String functions (1 point)
Due by Monday, October 4th, 23:00 Graded manually
Language: C
Write a function void replaceAll(char *str, char c, char e) that replaces all occurrences of the character c by the character e.
Write a program to test the function. The program should repeatedly read a string (up to 80
chars), a character to be replaced and then the replacing character until you enter “stop” for the
string. Your program should repeatedly print the character to be replaced, the replacing character and the strings on the screen from the main function before and after the replacement.
You can safely assume that the input will be valid.
• Your source code should be properly indented and compile with gcc or g++ depending on the problem without any errors or warnings (You can use gcc -Wall -o program program.c or g++
-Wall -o program program.cpp). Insert suitable comments (not on every line . . . ) to explain
• Name the programs according to the suggested filenames (they should match the description of the
Each program must include a comment on the top like the following:
/*
CH-230-A
a4 p1.[c or cpp or h]
Firstname Lastname
myemail@jacobs-university.de
*/