Programming II Heap Sort

Assignment: Exercise a heap Abstract Data Type (ADT) by inserting integers read from file i10.dat into the heap. Remove and print the minimum element in theheap, repeatedly, until the heap is empty. Print results in file o10.dat as
shown in Figure 2.
Prohibition: Use of the C++ Standard Template Library is prohibited in the
implementation of this project.
Program Files: Project 10 consists of files p10.cpp, Heap10.h, Heap10.cpp, and p10make.
Project file names are exactly as given. Failure to employ the foregoing
names will result in a score of zero (0) for this project
Project files must be stored in the root directory of your student account.
Failure to store project files in the root directory of your student account
will result in a score of zero (0) for this project.
File Description
p10.cpp File p10.cpp contains functions which process command
line arguments and direct heap operations.
Heap10.h File Heap10.h contains the definition of class Heap. Class
Heap implements a heap containing integers. The heap is
stored in a dynamically allocated array. Element zero
contains a sentinel.
Heap10.cpp File Heap10.cpp contains the implementation of member
functions of class Heap.
p10make File p10make contains instructions for creating executable
file p10. Instructions in file p10make are accepted by the
UNIX utility make.
Command Line: Project 10 can be invoked with zero, one, or two program parameters. The
first program parameter is the input file name. The second parameter is
the output file name. Sample command lines together with corresponding
actions by program p10 are shown below. Boldfaced type indicates data
entered at the keyboard by the user.
$ p10
Enter the input file name: i10.dat
Enter the output file name: o10.dat
$ p10 i10.dat
Enter the output file name: o10.dat
$ p10 i10.dat o10.dat
Input files: The input file contains a list of integers as shown in Figure 1.
Output files: Print the heap after all integers have been inserted into the heap. Print
the heap graphically. Perform an inorder traversal on the elements in the
heap printing each element according to its depth into the heap. Each
level of the heap is indented five spaces from the higher level.
Print the integers in ascending order.
Figure 1.
Input file format:
14 29 -3 64 13 56 0 72
41 92 29 46 31 65 10
Programming II Heap Sort
CMSC 2613 Project p10
Graphical Representation
-3 0 10 13 14 29 29 31 41 46 56 64 65 72 92
Figure 2. Output file format:
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