CIS 459.22     LAB2

 

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Assigned: 10/12/05

Due: 10/25/05 11:59pm

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Goal

        To write an OOP program with C++

Points

      This lab is worth 100 points.

Description

 

 

I. Enter a date
Q. Quit

 

Your program should proceed based on the user’s choice.

 

a) If the user chooses I (Input),


read a date from the keyboard as mm/dd/yy;
convert it to the output format if input is right, otherwise, give error message;
return to the main menu and wait for user to choose the next action;


b) If the user chooses Q( quit), exit from the program.

 

 
class Date
{
private:
unsigned day;
unsigned month;
unsigned year;


//display an error message if the date format given by the user is invalid

void errmsg(const char* msg);

 

public:
//set this object to the specified date

void set(const char* mmddyy);     

//print this date to your standard output, i.e. monitor
void display(void) const;               


};


NOTE: Please don't change this class interface.

 

 

Invalid date format: 1/1/01

 

void Date::set(const char* mm_dd_yy)
{
     

// Examine if the user’s input format is mm/dd/yy
// If not, call errmsg(mm_dd_yy);

// Assume that the user enters only digits (i.e, you do not have to check for errors in input such as 1a/TY/2#)

//
HINT: use strtok and atoi to parse the input and extract into month, day and year.

 

// Make a Y2K correction for a 2-digit year assuming we are interested only in years between 1950-2049, i.e. if (year < 50) year += 2000; else if (year < 100) year += 1900;

 

// Check the validity of date. Make sure month, day and year are in their appropriate range, e.g. month: 1-12. For example, 02/31/03 and 13/28/04 are invalid.

 

// Pay more attention about the leap years. That is, if year%4==0, then it is a leap year. However, if year is a century year, year%100==0, then year is not a leap year unless year%400==0.
// For example, 2000 is a leap year while 1900 is not a leap year.


}

 

 

The date is 1/1/2001

 

where the format for the date is mm/dd/yyyy, and month and day do not need to be zero filled (as shown above).

 

 

g++ -o lab2  date.cpp lab2.cpp <return>

 

Remove all compilation errors and warning messages before running the program. Recompile each time you make a change to the program. By finishing, your program should compile and return to the prompt without displaying any error messages.

 

 

lab2 <return>

 

Test your program with several cases you may think of, such as "1/1/01", "01012001", "01/01/50", "12/12/01". It should comply with the specifications given above.


One possible script for running your program is as follows :


(I) Enter a date
(Q) Quit

 

I <return>

 

Enter the starting date <mm/dd/yy> => 1/1/01 <return>
Invalid date format: 1/1/01

 

(I) Enter a date
(Q) Quit

 

I <return>

 

Enter the starting date <mm/dd/yy> => 01012001 <return>
Invalid date format: 01012001

 

(I) Enter a date
(Q) Quit

 

I <return>

 

Enter the starting date <mm/dd/yy> => 01/01/50 <return>
The date is 1/1/1950

 

(I) Enter a date
(Q) Quit

 

I <return>

 

Enter the starting date <mm/dd/yy> => 12/12/01 <return>
The date is 12/12/2001 

 

(I) Enter a date
(Q) Quit

 

Q <return> 

      You SHOULD also test your program using a script similar to the sample grading script 

  • create a file called gradingLab2 similar to the sample grading script

  • create a file called testCasesLab2 similar to sample testCases with different sample inputs

  • chmod +x gradingLab2

  • You can then test your program by typing ./gradingLab2 at the command prompt

  • The various inputs will automatically be taken from the testCasesLab2 file

 

Submission 

 

 

submit classname labname files-to-submit

where,

classname is the name of the CIS 459.22 section that you are enrolled in. Your classname is c459.22ab .

labname is the lab you are working on (lab1, lab2, etc.). For this lab, labname is lab2 .

files-to-submit is a list of the files that make up the lab. For now, it contains date.h date.cpp lab2.cpp .

 

NOTE:

1. All of the files in a lab MUST be submitted using one command. If you use two submit commands, the second one erases the files from the first submission.

2. Each submit command MUST be entered on one line without pressing Enter. If the line you are entering is too long, it wraps onto the next line.

3. Your programs MUST be submitted in source code form. Make sure that you submit the date.h, date.cpp and lab2.cpp files only. Do not submit the object file. If you submit the object code/executable and not the source code, your lab submission will be considered as invalid.

4. Your code SHOULD compile and run on CSE department server stdsun.cse.ohio-state.edu, and it is YOUR responsibility to ensure that if you develop the code using other systems.

 

Submitting Lab2

 

To submit your lab for grading, use the following command from the directory which contains your files:

 

submit c459.22ab lab2 date.h date.cpp lab2.cpp