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Revision as of 15:05, 4 February 2010


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A1 Function assignment

Last Name Name Simple Function(s) Complex Function(s)
Chau Sunny bio_move bio_edit
Cheung Christopher bio_clrscr ~
Huang Dachuan bio_flush bio_displayMenuItem
John-Sandy Anastasia bio_cols ~
Oberes Donna bio_rows bio_edit
Wang Cong ~ bio_display/bio_displayflag
Wang Shengwei bio_putstr ~
Xue Yong bio_putch bio_flag()

SVN Repository

oop344_101rep4

Coding Style

The Coding Rangers had their first somewhat informal meeting on Jan. 21 to determine a uniform coding style. They came up with the following:

  • Comment as much as you can using /* ... */.
    • At the top of every file, include your name, the filename, and the purpose of the file.
    • Comment on what a function is supposed to do before the function definition.
  • Change to newline once you reach column 80. Nothing to be typed beyond column 80!
  • When naming variables,
    • use single letters (like i, j, a, or v) for counters only;
    • assign the variable a name that best describes what it is used for (but please don't make it too long);
    • and separate words with caps.
      Eg. noOfOrders, not nooforders
  • When naming a function, name it according to what it is supposed to do.
    Eg. void updateDelivery, int setInitialValue, not void Deliveries, int InitialValues
  • Class names must begin with a capital letter
  • Declare each variable at the beginning of blocks.
  • Eg. main () {

       int length = 0; // correct, at the beginning of the block
       ...
       ...
       int flag = 1; // incorrect, at the middle of the block
       if ( length = 0) {
           int i = 0;  // correct, at the beginning of the block
           ...
           ...
           bool valid = true; // incorrect, at the middle of the block
       }
       return 0;
    

    }


  • Declare each variable in a line by itself. It is easier to comment a variable this way. Do not use commas to separate the variable names if they have the same data type.
  • Eg. correct int i; //To count the number of times in for-loop int j;

    int k; //To count another variable

    Eg. wrong int i,j,k; //How do I separately comment

    int i; int j; int k; //the variables here?

  • Type four (4) spaces over for every block of code. (This is as opposed to tabbing.) For example:
  • main () {

       int x; //Notice the four spaces over 
    int y;

    for (x = 0, y = 10; x < 10 && y >0; x++, y++) {
           printf("x is %d, y is %d\n", x, y); 
    printf("The sum of x and y is %d\n", x + y);
    if (x == 5)
    printf("We've reached the halfway point!\n"); //Moved four spaces over again }

    printf("Hello, world!\n");

    }

  • Only main () will start at column 1. Tab every block of code four spaces over.
  • Include an empty line after the declaration of variables (see above example).
  • When using operators, make sure to have a space between the operands and the operator for readability.
    Eg. i = 0;, not i=0;
  • For keywords such as while, for, if, else, put a space after the keyword and the expression following it.
    Eg. if (x == 0) is correct; if(x == 0) is incorrect
  • When using brackets, put the opening bracket on the same line as the function or expression that opens it.
    Eg. CORRECT:
    int setSafeEmptyState {
    ...
    }

    INCORRECT:
    int setSafeEmptyState
    {
    ...
    }


Issues

Each member will post updates about their progress on the project. Triumphs, conflicts, and blood and tears will go here.

I am running into this error "Error E2209 biof.c 32: Unable to open include file 'conio.h'". Know a way to fix this? Fixed!

Member list

Last Name Name Seneca Username Section Blog Url IRC Nick SVN ID My Contributions Role
Chau Sunny schau5 B Blog ScsC TBA Contributions Team Contact
Cheung Christopher cgcheung B http://rocketpants.blog.ca/ Rocketpants n/a Contributions Team Contact
Huang Dachuan dhuang B http://hdc23.wordpress.com/ Da_Truth n/a Contributions Team Contact
John-Sandy Anastasia ajohn-sandy B http://anastasiasaurus.blogspot.com annieJS n/a Contributions Team Contact
Oberes Donna daoberes B Blog Donna_Oberes n/a Contributions Team Contact
Wang Cong Cwang84 A http://wangcong422.blogspot.com/ cwang84 n/a Contributions Team Contact
Wang Shengwei swang94 A http://shengwei-seneca.blogspot.com/ Shengwei n/a Contributions Team Contact
Xue Yong yxue11 B http://yxue11.blogspot.com/ yxue11 n/a Contributions Team Contact
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