help me please
am an engineering student and took the AI course by mistake !
and the doctor asked for this assignment ! and am not a programmer and dunno anythin in c nor c++
so i need your help people please ! 20 marks on this assignment :(
1- build a graph of 8 nodes and randomly pick the root node and randomly connect the edges between the nodes if it exists !
2- implement the following algorithms on the graph
* breadth first search
* depth first search
then run in for four or six times and analysis it.
and the doctor wants the soucre code and everythin
help me please am not a programmer .
of 8 nodes not or by mistake sorry
Isn't it possible to remove yourself from the course, instead?
i cant or i'll have to take a new semester cause of those 3 hours :s
Anyway, read the homework guidelines and post what you have tried.
If you have tried nothing because you do not know C++, then your best bet is to try and work through a book like Accelerated C++ as soon as possible. If you cannot do that, then I suggest that you spend some quality time with your instructor to explain the situation and obtain whatever help you can.
It is a shame that you have put yourself in such a situation. Truly it is.
However, that does not simply mean that you can cheat your way through a course. If you clear a course, it means that you have acquired the knowledge contained within that course. If you were to clear it without that knowledge... well, you get my point.
I concur with laserlight. You should make the best of the situation, not cheat your way through it.
Am not trying to cheat ! But i dont know how to program and gotta hand it on the 1st of december :s so there is no way out ! Plus the doctor is a jackass he would listen to me laughed in my face when i told him i cant do it
anyways thanks people ..
Then I urgently suggest you get a good book - ie Accelerated C++ to get the basics down of programming. Good luck.
asator, people here just like to aid in discovering logical and syntactical flaws which prevent people's software from returning expected results, not to lecture introduction to programming courses to everyone who can't figure out their homework.
most people here won't give you want you want for that reason, it's principle, we just can't sacrifice the amount of time it would take to do everyone's work for them and teach them all C++.
it's a different matter when you can't get something running and wish to understand why, it's a lot more reasonable to point out an error with quick explanations and move on.
but.. you could get lucky, there's a bunch of programming forums. ^_^
schools should teach all students programming languages, it's not that difficult to go to programming languages especially if you already study mathematics. at the very* least even engineering students should be learning matlab which host scripting languages and would expose the general syntax of most other programming languages. it's all mathematics and would be very intuitive and easy for any student in a technical field given reasonable amount of effort.