Homework Submissions for CS 163 (C++ & Data Structures)
You can compile and run each assignment with the following command:
/usr/bin/g++ AssignmentName.cpp -o main && ./main
These are my homework submissions for my senior year compsci class (CS163) at Sunset High School.
Included in the Experiments folder are some of my personal experiments into more advanced C++ techniques, such as runtime arbitrary assembly execution, and travelling salesman solver algorithms.
I hate doing things the standard way where each assignment is split into lots of tiny header and source files, doing that is freaking ridiculous if the whole assignment is <300 lines. F the system, put it all in one nicely commented file and you save everybody time.
These assignments were compiled and tested using:
Apple LLVM version 7.0.0 (clang-700.0.72)
Please don't copy this code to cheat on your homework without at least reading it, and interpreting the logic to be your own. It's hard to refactor a program without understanding how it works, and you will gain a lot by spending the extra 10 minutes to understand it.
MIT License - Nick Sweeting - 2015