HELP

I NEED HELP

ITS C PROGRAMMING NOT C++

IM IN AN INTRO CLASS NOT SOME GENIUS CLASS

IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME

PLEASE EMAIL ME AT DANINDIANS@JUNO.COM

REPLY ASAP

DAN


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  • : I NEED HELP

    : ITS C PROGRAMMING NOT C++

    : IM IN AN INTRO CLASS NOT SOME GENIUS CLASS

    : IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME

    : PLEASE EMAIL ME AT DANINDIANS@JUNO.COM

    : REPLY ASAP

    : DAN


    Yo post your problem right here and all of us genius

    programmers will help you out




  • : : I NEED HELP

    : : ITS C PROGRAMMING NOT C++

    : : IM IN AN INTRO CLASS NOT SOME GENIUS CLASS

    : : IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME

    : : PLEASE EMAIL ME AT DANINDIANS@JUNO.COM

    : : REPLY ASAP

    : : DAN


    : Yo post your problem right here and all of us genius

    : programmers will help you out


    heres whats i need

    this program done asap in c programming language

    here are the directions

    email me asap at

    danindians@juno.com

    Directions: Each of these requires you to write a simple driver and at

    least one function. The problems below describe the actual function

    and NOT the required driver. The required driver is up to the

    designer...you.


    NOTE: Problems 1 & 2 require a character array which can be declared

    as: char StringArray[80];


    1.) Write a function called StringWrapper that accepts a pointer to a

    character array. The purpose of this function is to "wrap" the string

    around itself slowly (use delay() in conio.h) in the same position on

    the screen for one full cycle of the string. The function prototype

    should be:


    void StringWrapper(char *String);

    /* PRE: String points to a predefined variable character array.

    POST: None.

    CALLS: Up to designer........... */


    Sample Output: String = This is a test.

    At position (1,1) : This is a test. (delay)

    At position (1,1) : .This is a test (delay)

    At position (1,1) : t.This is a tes (delay)

    At position (1,1) : st.This is a te (delay)

    At position (1,1) : est.This is a t (delay) and so forth


    2.) Write a function called CaseJumbler accepts a pointer to a

    character array and returns the stringin an alternating

    uppercase/lowercase format. The function prototype should be:


    void CaseJumbler (char *String);

    /* PRE : String points to a predefined variable character array.

    POST : Returns String with alternating cases for each letter in the

    string.

    CALLS : Up to designer.......... */


    Sample Output: String = This is another string test.

    ThIs Is AnOtHeR sTrInG tEsT.

    ..OR..

    tHiS iS aNoThEr StRiNg TeSt.


    3.) Write a function called DecimalToBinary that accepts an unsigned

    integer value and prints to the screen the equivalent value in binary

    format after converting the value and storing it in a character array.

    The function prototype should be:


    void DecimalToBinary (unsigned int Value);

    /* PRE : Value contains a positive integer.

    POST : Prints to the screen the binary equivalence of Value.

    CALLS : Up to designer........ */


    Sample Output: Value = 15660

    Binary Form: 0011 1101 0010 1100

    Value = 287

    Binary Form: 0000 0001 0001 1111







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