- Due: Saturday, June 5th no later than 11:59pm.
- Submission instructions: push a commit with the tag
lab5to your git repository.
- Deadline reminder: after the deadline passes, you cannot earn any points for this assignment. If the deadline is approaching, submit what you have in order to earn partial credit.
- Write a C++ program
- Create a simple runtime error
- Work with a vector of strings
You are to write a program in C++ that will take the number given on the command line and write it in words. You must have a separate error function and you must have at least one separate function to translate the digits to words. You must store the words for each digit in a vector. If the number in the tens place is one, throw a runtime error. If any of the numbers entered is 0, throw a runtime error. You can assume the number given will not have more than 4 digits.
[p19t655@csci112 lab5]$ ./process 123 Number 123 is written as one hundred twenty three [p19t655@csci112 lab5]$ ./process 4375 Number 4375 is written as four thousand three hundred seventy five [p19t655@csci112 lab5]$ ./process 5 Number 5 is written as five [p19t655@csci112 lab5]$ ./process 14 Oops! Entered a 1 in the tens place [p19t655@csci112 lab5]$ ./process 440 Oops! Entered a 0 in the number [p19t655@csci112 lab5]$ ./process 0 Oops! Entered a 0 in the number [p19t655@csci112 lab5]$ ./process 0141 Oops! Entered a 0 in the number
- Write your program in a file called
- You must write the program using C++ constructs.
Grading - 100 points
- 5 points – comments explaining what your program does
- 5 points – indent your code so it is readable
- 10 points – compiles successfully
- 10 points - used a vector to store the words for your number.
- 10 points – have at least one function beside main
- 10 points - have an error function that will throw a runtime error with a descriptive message
- 10 points - pass the input number as a command line argument.
- 10 points - throw a runtime error if the second digit of the number is a 1.
- 10 points - throw a runtime error if any digit is a zero
- 10 points - use
- 10 points - match the example output exactly
This lab will be graded with scores in Brightspace by 5pm on Monday, June 7th.