submit itec320-01 homework_one.adb homework_one.o homework_one
In class last Friday we came up with this list of steps for the assignment.
This program will help you learn how to
Your program should produce output similar to the following.
Sample Run 1:
rucs@/home/nokie> ./homework_one My name: Joe Jones Hours: 30 GPA: 3.500 Grade Points: 105.00 Points above 2.0: 45.00
Sample Run 2:
rucs@/home/nokie> ./homework_one My name: Jack Spratt Hours: 40 GPA: 1.500 Grade Points: 60.00 Points below 2.0: 20.00
Program to Modify: Modify the program below so that it reflects you.
-- File: homework_one.adb -- Name: -- Date: -- Purpose: Calculate points surplus or deficit -- based on hours taken and GPA with Ada.Text_IO; use Ada.Text_IO; with Ada.Float_Text_IO; use Ada.Float_Text_IO; with Ada.Integer_Text_IO; use Ada.Integer_Text_IO; procedure homework_one is -- Personal data to be modified name: constant String := "Joe Jomes"; -- Student name hours_attempted: constant Natural := 30; -- Hours taken gpa: constant Float := 3.5; -- Current GPA -- End of personal data to be modified earned_points: Float; -- Points actually attained -- Requirements Required_GPA: constant := 2.0; -- GPA required to graduate required_points: Float; -- Points needed to graduate -- Points calculations surplus, deficit: Float; -- Points above or below required begin -- Calculation earned_points := Float(hours_attempted) * gpa; required_points := Required_GPA * Float(hours_attempted); -- Calculate both even though one will not be needed surplus := earned_points - required_points; deficit := required_points - earned_points; -- Output put_line("Name: " & name); put_line("Hours:" & hours_attempted'img); put("GPA: "); put(item => gpa, fore => 1, aft => 3, exp => 0); new_line; put("Grade Points: "); put(earned_points, 1, 2, 0); new_line; -- Surplus or deficit if earned_points > Required_GPA then put("Points above 2.0: "); put(surplus, fore => 1, aft => 2, exp => 0); new_line; else put("Points below 2.0: "); put(deficit, fore => 1, aft => 2, exp => 0); new_line; end if; end homework_one;Input and output specifications:
Creating your adb file: Your data file can be created with any editor, but don't use an editor (such as wordpad) that stores characters using 16 rather than 8 bits. Also don't use an editor that creates an RTF (ie rich text) file. If you use AdaGIDE or GPS, then this will not be a problem.
Compilers: The Ada compiler gnat and the Ada IDE's AdaGide and GPS are installed on department machines. AdaGide is easier to use, but GPS has more features. You can also use the gnat compiler using the command line with a local shell or by using a terminal window (eg putty) to login to a local Linux machine called rucs. To use putty from off campus you must first be running a VPN session.
You may also want to install these tools on your personal machine. The site www.adacore.com/community has a installers for the GNAT compiler (which also installs gps) for a variety of platforms. AdaGIDE is available from adagide.martincarlisle.com. Make sure that you install gnat before installing adagide. An Eclipse plugin is available from the Adacore site. Another source for gnat is getadanow.com.
More instructions on compilers is available here and here.
Use the submit command to turn your
program in for grading.
You do not need to submit any data files.
You may submit
as many times as you like, but only the last submission
is kept because submit wipes out any earlier submissions of the same name.
Since only the last submission is kept,
if the last one is late, then your assignment is late and will thus
receive a late penalty. Also remember that you must be on
rucs for submit to work.
To submit your work for grading do the following:
submit itec320-01 homework_one.adb homework_one.o homework_oneFor this assignment ONLY you are submitting the source file, the object file, and the executable. For future asssignments you will ONLY submit the source!!!
Late Penalty: Late programs not accepted (unless you have very extenuating circumstances).