By James Roberge

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Logbook () Requirements: None Results: Default constructor. Creates an empty logbook for the current month. void putEntry ( int value ) Requirements: Logbook is for the current month. Results: Stores the value as the logbook entry for today. cpp. h. The standard C++ library functions time() and localtime() can be used to access the necessary time and date information. You may need help from your instructor to get this working. cpp by removing the comment delimiter (and the character ‘4’) from the lines that begin with “//4”.

Test 1 2 Action Tests the constructor and the getMonth, getYear, and getDaysInMonth operations. Tests the putEntry and getEntry operations. cpp. cpp. Step 3: Link the object files produced by Steps 1 and 2. Step 4: Complete the test plan for Test 1 by filling in the expected number of days for each month. Step 5: Execute the test plan. If you discover mistakes in your implementation of the Logbook ADT, correct them and execute the test plan again. Test Plan for Test 1 (constructor, month, year, and daysInMonth operations) Test Case Logbook Month Simple month 1 2003 Month in the past 7 1969 Month in the future 12 2011 Current month February (nonleap year) 2 2003 February (leap year) 2 2004 # Days in Month 31 Checked 12 | Laboratory 1 Step 6: Complete the test plan for Test 2 by filling in the input data and expected result for each test case.

It is very tempting to just sit down and start entering commands. A much better strategy, however, is to create a test plan listing the test cases you wish to check and then to write out command sequences that generate these test cases. cpp, and link them together into one executable. Step 2: Complete the following test plan by adding test cases that check whether your implementation of the Point List ADT correctly handles the following tasks: • • • • Appending points to a list that has been cleared Filling a list to its maximum size Determining whether a list is empty Determining whether a list is full Assume that the output of one test case is used as the input to the following test case and note that although expected results are listed for the final command in each command sequence, you should confirm that each command produces a correct result.

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