Managing Your Development Strategy This project has been split into phases (or stages) of development. You should try and ensure you have completed one phase before moving on to the next (usually more difficult/challenging) phase. Taking one step at a time is especially important for a project involving STL and templates (like this one) ??" the error and warning messages can become difficult to decipher, if you have more than one section of your code which could contain the error. Note on Terminology You should note that, in line with current RMIT terminology: - Where a “course?? appears in this document, it refers to what was previously (more commonly) known as a “subject??. (e.g. COSC1253 is a course). - What was previously (more commonly) known as a “course?? is now known as a “program?? (e.g. “Grad Dip in Software Engineering?? is a program). Page 2 of 11 Detailed Requirements ??" Phase 1 The initial phase of this system is only required to have minimal user interaction. Instead, most data for the system is loaded from and saved to files. All student contact details are stored and maintained in the file, [url removed, login to view] Refer to Appendix A for format details. Students enrolment history (including marks for past courses) is contained in the file, [url removed, login to view] Refer to Appendix A for format details. Upon beginning execution of your application, data contained in these files should be automatically loaded into memory, for access by your system. Detail of Specification are come with a PDF file
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. 2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid request. 3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased. 4) goto should not involve in this project
Have to provdie a makefile, and which is compatible with GNU make. This make file must successfully compile and link your supplied code, using the version of the GNU to make and the g++ compiler on yallara into a single executable file named assign2
## Deadline information
Must be completed by 14 October 2002 Melbourne, Australia Time.