Image manip program
Last semester a bunch of you, (Hammer and PJYelton Codeplug) have helped me with the last project of my first c++ course. It was an image manipulation program. I never got a chance to show you how it came out. That said, below is a link to the zip file containing the program. It is not an exe so you need to run the .dsw (it is written in VC++) you could use any picture you want but it has to be in the directory...the one pic provided is fish.jpg.
Anyhow, tell me what you think, gimme some feedback. It is a very simple prog, and you have to save each time you manipulate the pic. All the manipulations are then displayed in a HTML file found in the directory named results.html
thanks again to everyone that helped me,
btw, i did get a perfect score on this assignment.
Um... I get an error while trying to link, it says that delete is redefined in an object "delop.obj".
what compiler are you using...it compiles fine on vc++ and c.net...
Well, I changed some options so it was probably that. Now, it compiles and link properly, or seems to...
I use both ICL 7.1 and MSVC 6 depending on if the code uses some very compiler-specific things. (very unusual)
Well, you code clearly and it is full of comments. Also, I don't read the whole thing but I didn't see really shocking errors. I think it is some good job.
However, why do you use your own mod() function instead of the fmod() one of the libc?
if I remember correctly the mod function was made because the built in function does not handle anything else but ints, longs, and chars.
But, about the program itself: I got some feedback from people I know in other universities and they were very surprised that this was an assignment in an introductory c++ course. Granted that I am in computer science engineering, but a lot of the people after four semesters of cs did not really understand what is going on.
The word around the college of engineering at my campus is that within the next year to a year and a half they want to raise their rating in the national standing to be as high as their urbana counterpart....that means more work for me in school but it will pay of later...