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Problem: Complete Chapter 6. Arrays and Vectors – End-of-Chapter Exercises – Review Exercises – R6.20.
From the textbook: Big C++: Late Objects, Enhanced:
Review Exercises R6.20
Develop an algorithm for finding the most frequently occurring value in an array of numbers. Use a sequence of coins. Place paper clips below each coin that count how many other coins of the same value are in the sequence. Give the pseudocode for an algorithm that yields the correct answer, and describe how using the coins and paper clips helped you find the algorithm.
Horstmann, C. S. (2017). Big C++: Late Objects, Enhanced eText (3rd ed.). Wiley Global Education US
Design Specification: Verify that the program design aligns with the description of the desired interface, including prompts for input and output. Remember that the design should clearly communicate the purpose of the program, the desired behavior the user should engage in, and the results with effective labeling of the output. Functional Specification: Verify that the program functions based on the desired capability and process as described in the program description. Instructions After analyzing the problem and specifications described in the background above, in a Word document, create the pseudocode (language agnostic and using conventions in the text) that describes the algorithm and logic for the proposed solution to the problem scenario. Verify that the algorithm and logic are well structured (unambiguous, executable, and terminating) based on conventions described in the reading. Create a C++ project in Visual Studio and translate the algorithm and logic described in pseudocode to a working program that has been tested and compiled. Ensure that a comment header (based on the template provided under Learning Resources) is included at the top of your .cpp file and that descriptive in-line comments that follow conventions described in the reading are used throughout your code. Create a single zip file containing your Visual Studio project folder and pseudocode document. Name the zip file using the following convention – LastNameFirstNameAssignmentNumber. Example: SmithJohnAssignment3 Last name is: Jumah First Name: Maryam Assignment 4