Your first assignment in 2016/17 is to write a section of code that demonstrates the following aspects of OOP in C++:
There are 20 points to address and there is 10% available for the assignment, so 0.5% per point is the outline marking scheme. If you address 14 out of 20 points clearly and correctly then you should receive 7/10 (or 70% on Loop).
Please note, I would recommend that you hard code the input of data, i.e. don't bother trying to set up a menu system or read values in from the user using cin. It is not necessary for this assignment and would lengthen the amount of work involved considerably.
As for the topic; that is up to you - Keep it simple. If one of the points does not fit into your application, just add it anyway for demonstration i.e. The application does not have to make perfect practical sense). The one rule is that you CANNOT use bank accounts (or any type of account), personnel/DCU structures, vehicles/cars, geometric shapes or ducks as the application. If you must, you can break the points into two separate applications.
REPORT STRUCTURE (IMPORTANT!)
There should be a brief introduction at the start of your report that explains your application idea and LISTS CLEARLY one numbered paragraph for each of the points listed above (in the same order as numbered) and explains where in your code they have been implemented. In your code comment the sections where you show the points above, detailing the point that you have addressed. This is for the sole purpose of making it easier for the tutor to correct - but without this your assignment will not be marked.
Submit your assignment electronically as a SINGLE Google document, Word Document, raw text document or PDF. This document should *only* have the following text sections:
This assignment should give you some practical experience for the end of semester exam, so I am looking on it as a study aid.
Due for Monday the 31st of October 2016 by midnight.
You should submit the assignments via Moodle at the address: http://loop.dcu.ie/mod/assign/view.php?id=60022
Once again, use the main discussion forum here: http://moodle.dcu.ie/mod/forum/view.php?id=47984 if you have any questions on the assignment. Do not paste your code! Paste in a similar example if you need to clarify a point. If you know the answer to someone else's question please feel free to respond.
One final important issue - Please note that by the electronic submission of your first assignment I am assuming that you are familiar with the academic rules for assignments. The assignment should be 100% your own work. If any unreferenced work is used from any other source (including colleagues, the Internet or past students) it will be a serious matter and referable to the disciplinary board. Please note that all assignments corrections can be the subject of an interview process. See:
All assignments for this module will be uploaded to www.turnitin.com where the content will be analysed and compared to other assignment from this year and previous years. I take this matter very seriously as a few years ago several students were referred to the disciplinary committee resulting from plagiarism in this module – In one case a student was expelled from the University due to the severity of the plagiarism and the fact that at fourth/fifth year level, he should have known better.
If after you receive your mark you are concerned that there is an error with the correction, please contact the module tutor that corrected your assignment. If the tutor checks it and if you are still unhappy please contact me directly and I will discuss the issue with you and the tutor directly.
If I have failed to address any aspect of this assignment then please post to the forum.
There is a new video available on installing Eclipse (Kepler) under Windows for programming in C++ and Java at the same time. The installation uses MinGW for the GNU C++ compiler and the Java Development Kit (JDK) for Java. CDT is used as the plugin to provide the C++ interface in Eclipse. It can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77xZOT3xer4
Welcome to the EE402 module in Object-oriented Programming & Embedded Systems 2013/14. This is my first time moving to Google Sites for the course notes and it is the first time that we are applying the OOP content to embedded systems; in particular, embedded Linux devices.
I hope that you enjoy the changes in the module this year and I hope that you can forgive any teething problems...