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# Demonstrate the ability to decompose a problem into functional parts.

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

Objectives:

Demonstrate the ability to decompose a problem into functional parts.

Demonstrate the ability to declare, define and call user functions.

Demonstrate the ability to use basic pointers in passing values between functions.

Demonstrate the ability to memory functions.

Problem:

You are asked to compose a program that will make use of user functions to implement each of the major steps of the problem. Your program will create an array of 100 random integer values between 1 and 10 inclusively. Your program will then prompt the user to enter in 4 integer values between 1 and 10 inclusively. The program will then count the number of occurrences of each of the user entered numbers that were produced and stored in the random number array. Finally, your program should print out the values stored in the random number array as well as the number of occurrences of the user values.

Assumptions:

The user will always enter in valid numbers, no error checking required.

1. Your program should make use of user functions to accomplish the tasks listed. There should be a function to accomplish the following tasks. -5 points for each missing or inoperative function.

Create an array of random values passing the array back and forth.

Prompt the user for 4 values and return them to the caller.

• Count the number of instances of each of the user values.

• Print out the statistics of the findings/counting and the values in the array. Pass in the values needed to perform the tasks.

2. Use of pointers to pass values from calling functions to user functions: -10

3. Proper use of random number generator, offset and range: -10

4. Correct outputs and totals and compiles: up to -40 is the output made up or did a few get missed? Partial credit for features implemented.

5. Declare the random number array using a memory function call calloc or malloc: -10 if none.

6. Provide a program description and function descriptions for each user function: -10

Note: You could program this all in main and still earn up to 30 points. I will be looking for copied code and cheating.

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