Here's the final exam from Fall 2015.
/afs/umbc.edu/users/c/h/chang/pub/cs202stuff/proj2grading/You can compile your code with these files to see what happened.
These section numbers are the same for the 5th and 6th editions of Absolute C++.
For Section 10.2, don't worry about the dynamic memory allocation parts (new and delete). It is the using-pointers-as-arrays aspect that you should review.
We are releasing this test program because we have noticed that the you are not testing your code even though we have said that you need to test you code. Here's what it means to test your code:
This is code you should have written yourself to test your program. We expect you to do this for all the projects.
You should NOT just run this program and say "Great, I'm done!" You should make new data to go into proj1test.cpp to further test your code. If all you do is run proj1test.cpp unmodified, you have once again failed to understand that it is your responsibility to test your own code.
We will not do this again for future projects in this class.