Exam requirement

a-Full source code with comment

b-Explanation of the program-in MS word

c-Screenshot of the running program.

C How to Program Book (Paul Deitel, Harvey Deitel)

Questions

7.32: (Polling) The Internet and the web are enabling more people to network, join a cause, voice

opinions, and so on. The U.S. presidential candidates in 2008 used the Internet intensively to get out

their messages and raise money for their campaigns. In this exercise, you’ll write a simple polling

program that allows users to rate five social-consciousness issues from 1 (least important) to 10

(most important). Pick five causes that are important to you (e.g., political issues, global

environmental issues). Use a one-dimensional array topic (of type char *) to store the five causes. To

summarize the survey responses, use a 5-row, 10-column two-dimensional array responses (of type

int), each row corresponding to an element in the topics array. When the program runs, it should ask

the user to rate each issue. Have your friends and family respond to the survey. Then have the

program display a summary of the results, including:

a) A tabular report with the five topics down the left side and the 10 ratings across the top, listing in

each column the number of ratings received for each topic.

b) To the right of each row, show the average of the ratings for that issue.

c) Which issue received the highest point total? Display both the issue and the point total.

d) Which issue received the lowest point total? Display both the issue and the point total.

Exam requirement

a-Full source code with comment

b-Explanation of the program-in ms word

c-Screenshot of the running program.

C How to Program Book (Paul Deitel, Harvey Deitel)

Questions

7.33 (Carbon Footprint Calculator: Arrays of Function Pointers) Using arrays of function pointers, as

you learned in this chapter, you can specify a set of functions that are called with the same types of

arguments and return the same type of data. Governments and companies worldwide are becoming

increasingly concerned with carbon footprints (annual releases of carbon dioxide into the

atmosphere) from buildings burning various types of fuels for heat, vehicles burning fuels for power,

and the like. Many scientists blame these greenhouse gases for the phenomenon called global

warming. Create three functions that help calculate the carbon footprint of a building, a car and a

bicycle, respectively. Each function should input appropriate data from the user then calculate and

display the carbon footprint. (Check out a few websites that explain how to calculate carbon

footprints.) Each function should receive no parameters and return void. Write a program that prompts the user to enter the type of carbon footprint to calculate, then calls the corresponding

function in the array of function pointers. For each type of carbon footprint, display some identifying

information and the object’s carbon footprint.