This is a discussion on 2-d monte carlo integration help within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; ok!...
I have the completed and functional code but will not post it until the 12 o'clock due time is over since I'm in the same CS 1713 class.
To show I'm not just pulling your chain here's part of the corrected code:
-Snipped code since people are sensitive to help-
Please note that this is not the fully corrected code and will not be compatible with the rest of the code you have posted beforehand.
Yes it is fully functional.
Last edited by seemethere; 10-01-2012 at 09:33 PM. Reason: People are sensitive
Not allowed to work with people in the same class on assignments, well at least on this one.
I'm also in that class...does anyone understand how we are supposed to turn it in? I'm using Putty and don't get how to email it to her...
To actually copy the file, go to the path (as in go to my computer) and navigate to the file.
Unfortunately I can't use this because you're in my class.
And it's a matter of record by date and time of the post, that it belongs to the person with the handle of "jsuite".
I'm glad you got the program working, but you should receive an F for your plagiarism of his program. Continued plagiarism is cause for removal or suspension from the class, as well as from the school.
Schools of higher learning REALLY dislike people who steal the work of others, but you may discover that yourself, before long.
Last edited by Adak; 10-01-2012 at 09:25 PM.
Thanks! I'll see if I can do that
tl;dr make a thread for help with class. Another student copies and pastes my code, makes it work for them, and tells me they linked prof to thread?
and then says to contact them for tutoring -_-
Just as a disclaimer:
I have my own program that I finished last week and turned in on Saturday before reading this post.
Thinking that I would plagiarize code for my own (especially one written with as many errors as this one) is asinine.
I am posting the code here merely as an exercise for troubleshooting and debugging on my own part.
Last edited by seemethere; 10-01-2012 at 09:30 PM.
So you're not a plagiarist, you're just using this as an stage to display your character and intellect. Well, the latter appears fine, the former appears deformed.
And for your info, // has been used for one line comments, since Turbo C/C++ ver. 1.01, which was copyrighted back in the late 1980's.
I'm merely trying to help jsuite with what is the style outlined for us in class.
I don't appreciate the hostility as I was just trying to help someone understand how to code independent of a forum.
to prove my code is independent of jsuite's
I will post jsuite's fully corrected code tomorrow morning purely for academic purposes.
Just PM it to me if you don't mind.
I already posted half of the corrected code with hints on how to fix the remainder of the code.
If you can't figure it out without us doing all of your homework then you don't deserve to finish it at all.
This forum is not about just doing code for someone else. It is about the collaborative learning experience.
Adak you are not helping jsuite by simply doing their code for them.
Last edited by seemethere; 10-01-2012 at 10:01 PM.