Assigned: Friday, February 18, 2000
Due: Wednesday, March 1, 2000
In this assignment, you will play the role of a maintainance programmer assigned the program of someone no longer with the company. This type of exercise gives your more experience thinking about and writing C.
Working with your colleagues' code (as assigned below), you must do two things: implement a new function and check for memory leaks. You will work with two versions of the linked list code from two sets of colleagues. (Sorry, I couldn't get mine ready in time.)
For extra credit, do the same two tasks for more groups.
You may not discuss your work with people in other groups (except to request code from those groups).
I had not yet received all of the code by the time I left.
You can find all of the code that I had received at
http://www.math.grin.edu/~rebelsky/Courses/CS364/2000S/Examples/HW2/. If the code you need is not
there, ask the other gorup for the code. If they don't provide it
to you by Tuesday, pick a group whose code is available.
reverse function to reverse the list. Your
method may not allocate or deallocate memory either directly or
It is likely that there are some memory leaks in the code you've
received. Using the
memorymap function that HP supplies
along with its
malloc package, determine whether your
client code has possible memory leaks. An
example that illustrates the
memorymap is available in the
example library. Note that once the
first call to
malloc has been made, some space is
permanently allocated to
Note that you do not need to repair any memory leaks. Just identify whether there are any and in what functions they are likely to occur. For extra credit, describe how to repair those memory leaks.
Assignments: The following list is organized by the maintainance groups who will be doing the new coding. For each maintainance group, I give the names of the previous groups whose code the maintainance group must update. If the previous group does not have code ready by Tuesday, February 29, feel free to pick an alternate previous group.
Turn in (1) the code for your different functions; (2) the code for the programs you've written to test these functions; and (3) the output of the test program.
Friday, February 18, 2000
Saturday, February 19, 2000
Sunday, February 20, 2000
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