|mini maze project
||Write a C++ program that, given a starting point, finds its way out of a maze. The maze’s map will be read from a file at the start of the program. Your code must work for all legal mazes.. The maze is a rectangular grid represented as a 2D array, and the exit (if there is one) should be placed on an outer row or column of the play area. The program should run until the exit to the maze is f...
||Nov 21, 2017
||Nov 21, 2017Ended
|C++ Eight Queens Game
||This is a game called 'N Queens'; however, for this project, we are looking for 8 queens in particular. The requirements are given below:
Must use a recursive function (with backtracking) to determine the next position to try placing a Queen ( this function must always recursively go 8 Levels deep, 1 Level for each Queen placed)
Must create a Class object for the state of the Chess...
||C Programming, Algorithm, Software Architecture, C++ Programming, Computer Science
||Nov 16, 2017
||Nov 16, 2017Ended
|C++ Recursion, Backtracking , STL container,
||Read PDF. C++ Recursion, Backtracking , STL container,
||C Programming, C# Programming, Software Architecture, C++ Programming
||Oct 30, 2017
||Oct 30, 2017Ended
|Nearest Points using JUnit
||this is a project where you have to use two methods, recursion and exhaustive,
You have two packages and classes, you have to type in only one class.
||Java, Algorithm, JUnit
||Oct 23, 2017
||Oct 23, 2017Ended
|Discrete math (Counting, Recursion, and Probability) help... -- 2
I need help with Discrete math (Counting, Recursion, and Probability).
Please, bid ONLY IF YOU CAN HELP IN NEXT 24 HOURS.
More info in PM
||Oct 4, 2017
||Oct 4, 2017Ended
|Hire a QTSPim programmer
||1. Use QtSpim to implement the code below to implement a recursive sequence
an = an−1 + bn−1
bn = an−1 − bn−1
with a0 = b0 = 0 and a1 = 2, b1 = 1.
Your code should prompt the user to enter the value of n and display the results in the console.
Note that you should use recursion to implement the code.
Also determine the smallest positive value of n for which yo...
||Sep 28, 2017
||Sep 28, 2017Ended