COP 3223 Introduction to C Assignment 3

This assignment is worth a maximum of
75 points




The purpose of this assignment, is for students to
demonstrate knowledge of

x    the basic template of a simple C
program x        correct syntax of the if conditional statements x      semantics
of if statements in C x            how to declare appropriate
variable types to store program data x      how to use simple C syntax and
semantics to create a program that compiles and runs correctly x           use
of comments to annotate code 




Your family frequently spends the
day at magic kingdom.  The last hour is
often wasted just trying to figure out which rides should be visited to make
the best of the remaining time.  In the
end, you often just decide choose a random ride even if it is not really one
that you like.  You have plans to visit
Disney this weekend, since your family will have visitors from out of
town.  You do not want the last hour to
spoil their memories of the day, so you have decided to create an app which can
select the rides to visit to make the most efficient use of the last hour.  Your app will prompt a user for the wait
times for each of 5 rides.  The wait
times will be given as a whole number of minutes.  Assuming that wait times will not change
within the hour and every ride runs for exactly 2 minutes, find the maximum
number of rides that will make the best use of your time. You may not go over
the 60 minutes but you should make the most possible use of the time.  This means that you should have the minimum amount
of time over. You may also assume that the time taken to walk from a ride to
another is 3 minutes.

When run, your program should
output the rides that should be selected. 
The total number of the last 60 minutes used.


Submission of Assignment

Your assignment should be
submitted via Webcourses by the deadline. No assignments will be accepted via
email.  Your submission should include a
single .c file called rides.c .  
Remember that your program will be graded using DevC++ ,  so be sure that your submitted code runs
correctly in this IDE.  If you do not
have DevC++ on your personal machine, you may use a computer in any lab to test
your code.





Please ensure that your program outputs the exact text as in the sample run.  Naturally the numeric values will be
different, depending on the input used. 
However the text of the output should be the same.  

You may assume that:

x    the user always enters  valid data. x       the wait times are in whole minutes
x           there is only 1 best
combination of rides


Below is sample output that would be
produced when your program is run.  The
blue text is the user input



Sample run 
1 of  rides.c

Please enter the
wait times for the 5 rides that you are interested in riding 10   5  
12    8     15


You can ride the following
rides:   2 3 4  and 5

That will use up 60 minutes of
your time


Sample run 
2 of  rides.c

Please enter the
wait times for the 5 rides that you are interested in riding 15   11  
20    0     13


You can ride the following
rides:   1,2,4,  and 5.

That will use up 59 minutes of your time
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