Elementary Data Structures

In this assignment, you will apply data structures in an OOP
program. Write the following programs: Elementary Data Structures Suppose you
created a video project that has two data structures—an array of strings and a
ListView control. You used the Sort() method of the array class to put the film
names in ascending order. Then the program populated lstNames with the ordered
strings from the array. In this assignment, you will: Populate the list using a
different technique. Within the Form1_Load event, comment out the Sort () method.
Change the Sorting property of lstNames to Ascending. Change the Sorting
property of lstNames to Descending to display the names in lstNames sorted automatically.
Save the program as Elementary.cpp. Implementation and Application of Data Structures
In this assignment, you will write a program that: Converts the bubble sort,
changing the outer loop from a for loop to a while loop, so that an early exit
is possible when the film names list becomes sorted. Uses a Boolean variable to
control the outer loop. Save the program as Application.cpp.

Submission Details:

Embed the two programs in a Microsoft Word document with a
description of your programming strategy. Name your document
SU_ITS3105_W4_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.Submit the document to the W4:
Assignment 2 Dropbox by Tuesday, February 23, 2016zAssignment 2 Grading Criteria    Maximum Points Wrote a program that:
Populates the list using a different technique. Within the Form1_Load event,
comment out the Sort() method. Changes the Sorting property of 1stNames to Ascending.
Changes the Sorting property of 1stNames to Descending to display the names in
1stNames sorted automatically. 15 Wrote a program that: Converts the bubble sort,
changing the outer loop from a for loop to a while loop, so that an early exit
is possible when the film names list becomes sorted. Uses a Boolean variable to
control the outer loop. 15 Described your programming strategy.         10 Presented a structured document free
of spelling and grammatical errors.

                5 Properly
cited sources using APA format.           5 Total:  50
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