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Assignment 2
Assignment 2 uses assignment 1 and focuses on a “Contact Management System”. This assignment
continues to emphasize modularization by compartmentalizing highly cohesive and tightly coupled tasks
into modules (*.h and *.c files). This strategy will reduce redundant coding throughout all parts of the
application.
Deadlines
This assignment is broken into two (2) parts:
Milestone Due Date
1-2 Mon. July 19 by 11:59 PM (EDT)
3-4 Fri. July 30 by 11:59 PM (EDT)
Milestone 1 (10%)
(Due with your milestone 2 submission)
Download or clone Assignment 2 (A2) from https://github.com/Seneca-144100/IPC-Project
Open the project file A2MS1 and look inside (expand “Header Files” and “Source Files” folders – see
figure 2.1.1). You will find two modules:
Module Header File Source File
Contacts contacts.h contacts.c
Contact Helpers contactHelpers.h contactHelpers.c
Figure: 2.1.1 – Visual Studio Project Contents
Contacts Header File (.h)
Structures
Open the contacts.h file and copy the structures (Name, Address, Numbers, and Contact) from
the file contacts.h in Assignment 1. Be careful not to paste over the helpful comments in the
provided contacts.h file!
Function Prototypes
1. Copy the function prototypes (getName, getAddress, and getNumbers) from the file contacts.h
in Assignment 1 (Milestone 4). Again, be careful not to paste over the helpful comments in the
provided contacts.h file!
2. Declare an additional function prototype:
void getContact(struct Contact *contact);
• This function has one parameter that receives a pointer to a Contact.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
Contacts Source File (.c)
Open the contacts.c source code file.
Libraries
In order to define the functions that were declared as prototypes in the contacts.h file, this
source file needs visibility of their existence. This is accomplished by including the required
header library file. Include the contacts.h header file (see source code comments).
Function Definitions
1. Copy the function definitions (getName, getAddress, and getNumbers) from the file contacts.c
in Assignment 1 (Milestone 4).
2. Add an empty definition for the new function getContact (see the prototype declared in the
contacts.h file) – refer to the source comments for placement. For this milestone you don’t
have to define the details for this function (this will be done in Milestone 2) so for now, specify
an empty code block:
getContact function header goes here…
{
// Use an open and close curly brace with a blank line
}
Contact Helper Header File (.h)
The contact helper module contains a group of common functions for use in other source code
modules in the application. Other modules will be able to access these functions (without
having to recode them) by including this header file.
Function Prototypes
Open the contactHelpers.h file. To help you get started, you will notice the prototype for the
clearKeyboard function is already done for you.
void clearKeyboard(void);
• clearKeyboard does not return a value and has no parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
Add the following additional helper function prototypes:
void pause(void);
• pause does not return a value and has no parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
int getInt(void);
• getInt returns an integer value and has no parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
int getIntInRange(int min, int max);
• getIntInRange returns an integer value and receives two (2) integer parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
int yes(void);
• yes returns an integer value and has no parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
int menu(void);
• menu returns an integer value and has no parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
void contactManagerSystem(void);
• contactManagerSystem does not return a value and has no parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 2.
Contact Helper Source File (.c)
Open the contactHelpers.c source code file.
Libraries
Just as the contacts.c source code file included the contacts.h header file, the contactHelpers.c
source code file should include the contactHelpers.h header file. Including the header file
exposes the prototyped functions before they are defined (see source code comments).
Function Definitions
Add an empty definition for each function prototyped in the contactHelpers.h. You will notice
the clearKeyboard function has been done for you. Follow this example for the remaining
functions (refer to the source code comments for placement).
For this milestone, you don’t have to define the details for the functions (the details are
described in Milestone 2).
Milestone 1 Submission
Milestone 1 does not need to be submitted on matrix. It will be graded along with Milestone 2 when it
is submitted.
Milestone 2 (20%)
(Due July 17, by 11:59 PM EST)
Open the project file A2MS2 and look inside (expand “Header Files” and “Source Files” folders – see
figure 2.2.1). You will notice an additional source code file a2ms2.c (do not modify this file). This is the
main file used to assess your functions to determine if they work to this milestone’s specifications.
Figure: 2.2.1 – Visual Studio Project Contents
Header Files
contact.h and contactHelpers.h
There are no changes required to these files for this milestone. Consult the comments provided
in the header files (.h) for these modules and copy the appropriate contents from Milestone 1.
Contact Helper Source File (.c)
1. Open the contactHelpers.c source code file.
Reminder: Be sure to include the contactHelpers.h header file!
To help you get started, notice that the clearKeyboard function is done for you.
2. For the remaining functions, copy the empty functions from the contactHelpers.c file in
Milestone 1 (consult the source code comments for placement – be careful not to replace
the clearKeyboard function that is already provided for you).
3. Complete the full function definition for each function using the descriptions below:
void clearKeyboard(void);
• clearKeyboard does not return a value and has no parameters.
• This function makes sure the keyboard input buffer is clear of any residual character by
reading from the input buffer character by character until it reads a new line character.
• This function is provided for you – please consult the IPC144 course notes in the section
“Input Functions” to learn about the standard input output library (stdio) getchar()
function.
void pause(void);
• pause does not return a value and has no parameters.
• This function pauses the execution of the application by displaying a message and
waiting for the user to press the <ENTER> key.
• Display the following line and DO NOT include a newline character:
>(Press Enter to continue)<
• After displaying the above message, call the clearKeyboard function.
Note: The clearKeyboard function is used for a foolproof <ENTER> key entry
int getInt(void);
• getInt returns an integer value and has no parameters.
• This function gets a valid integer from the keyboard and returns it. If the value entered
is not a valid integer an error message should be displayed:
>*** INVALID INTEGER *** <Please enter an integer>: <
• This function should continue to prompt the user for a valid integer.
• This function must be foolproof and guarantee an integer value is entered and returned.
Hint
You can use scanf to read an integer and a character (“%d%c”) in one call and then assess
if the second value is a newline character. If the second character is a newline (the
result of an <ENTER> key press), scanf read the first value successfully as an integer.
If the second value (character) is not a newline, the value entered was not an integer or
included additional non-integer characters. If any invalid entry occurs, your function
should call the clearKeyboard function, followed by displaying the error message
described above and continue to prompt for a valid integer. Review the following
flowchart that describes this process:
Loop while NL != \n’
Scan Value and NL
NL != \n’
Start getInt() Set character NL to x’ create integer Value
Print error message
Return Value True
True False
False
Call clrKyb()
int getIntInRange(int min, int max);
• getIntInRange returns an integer value and receives two (2) integer parameters.
• This function uses getInt to receive a valid integer and returns it only if the value
entered is within the lower-bound (first parameter) and upper-bound (second
parameter) range (inclusive).
• If the integer entered is not within the valid range, the following error message should
be displayed:
>*** OUT OF RANGE *** <Enter a number between [param-1] and [param-2]>: <
Note: Substitute the “[param-1]” and “[param-2]” with the function parameter values
• This function should be a foolproof call to ensure an integer is entered within a given
range. Therefore, it should continue to prompt the user for an entry until a valid integer
is within the specified range.
int yes(void);
• yes returns an integer value and has no parameters.
• This function prompts the user for a single character entry
• The character entered is only valid if it is a “Y”, “y”, “N”, or “n”. Any other value entered
(including more than one character) is an error and should display the following
message:
>*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: <
Hint
This function is very similar to the getInt function only this function looks for a character
as the first value. If the second value is not a newline character it is definitely an error
as it won’t be a single character entry (be sure to call the clearKeyboard function to
clear the input buffer). If the second value is a newline character, then assess if the first
value is one of the four (4) valid characters. If it isn’t one of the valid four (4) characters,
then it is an error.
• This function should continue to prompt the user for an entry until one of the four (4)
valid characters is entered.
• When a valid value is entered, the function should return an integer value of 1 when the
value is “Y” or “y”. Otherwise it should return 0.
int menu(void);
• menu returns an integer value and has no parameters.
• This function should display the following menu:
>Contact Management System<
>————————-< (there are 25 dashes)
>1. Display contacts<
>2. Add a contact<
>3. Update a contact<
>4. Delete a contact<
>5. Search contacts by cell phone number<
>6. Sort contacts by cell phone number<
>0. Exit<
><
>Select an option:> <
• Prompt for user entry an integer value between the values 0-6 inclusive
• Any other value entered or an integer that is not within the 0-6 range is an error
• The function should continue to prompt for an integer value within the 0-6 range until a
valid value is entered.
• When a valid integer value is entered, this value is returned.
Hint
This logic sounds familiar… perhaps there is already a function that can help you get an
integer value within a specified range…
void contactManagerSystem(void);
• contactManagerSystem does not return a value and has no parameters.
• This function is the heart of the application and will run the whole program.
• This function starts by showing the menu for the system and receives the user’s
selection
• If the user enters 1, it displays:
><<< Feature 1 is unavailable >>>< (followed by two (2) newlines)
If the user enters 2, it displays:
><<< Feature 2 is unavailable >>>< (followed by two (2) newlines)
If the user enters 3, it displays:
><<< Feature 3 is unavailable >>>< (followed by two (2) newlines)
If the user enters 4, it displays:
><<< Feature 4 is unavailable >>>< (followed by two (2) newlines)
If the user enters 5, it displays:
><<< Feature 5 is unavailable >>>< (followed by two (2) newlines)
If the user enters 6, it displays:
><<< Feature 6 is unavailable >>>< (followed by two (2) newlines)
For selections between 1 and 6, the application should pause and then return to
displaying the menu.
• If the user enters 0, prompt to exit the application. Display the following:
>Exit the program? (Y)es/(N)o: <
Wait for the user to enter “Y”, ”y”, “N” or “n” (for Yes or No).
If the user replies Yes (“Y”,”y”), it will end the program displaying the following message:
>Contact Management System: terminated< (followed by a newline)
Otherwise, if the user entered No (“N”,”n”), the application continues to display the
menu.
• The following is a general pseudo code for a menu driven user interface. Using this
pseudo code is optional. You can use any other logic if you like.
Menu driver pseudo code:
while it is not done
display menu
get selected option from user
check selection:
option one selected
act accordingly
end option one
option two selected
act accordingly
end option two
.
.
Exit is selected
program is done
end exit
end check
end while
Contacts Source File (.c)
Open the contacts.c source code file.
1. Open the contacts.c source code file.
Reminder: Be sure to include the contacts.h header file!
The contact helpers module contains additional functions that can be used to streamline
some functions previously coded for getting the Name, Address, and Numbers parts of a
Contact. To make these helper functions available for use in this source file include the
contactHelpers.h header file (see the source code comments for placement).
2. Copy the functions from the contacts.c file in Milestone 1 (see the source code comments
for placement – be careful not to replace any additional helpful comments)
3. Update the functions getName, getAddress, and getNumbers to use any of the new
functions created in the contactHelpers.h library (wherever applicable). See source code
comments for some suggestions.
4. Update function getNumbers so that the cell phone number entry is mandatory (don’t ask if
the user wants to enter this value)
5. Define the new function prototyped in Milestone 1 getContact using the following
description:
void getContact(struct Contact *contact);
• This function does not return a value but has one parameter that receives a pointer to a
Contact.
• The purpose of this function is to set the values for a Contact using the pointer
parameter variable (set the Contact it points to).
• Use the pointer parameter received to this function to supply the appropriate Contact
member to the “get” functions (getName, getAddress, and getNumbers) to set the
values for the Contact.
Sample Output
Below is a sample output. User input values are identified in BOLD. Your output should match exactly:
——————————————
Testing: Yes()
——————————————
Please enter ‘Y’ > Y
Result: 1
Please enter ‘y’ > y
Result: 1
Please enter ‘N’ > N
Result: 0
Please enter ‘yes’, then ‘no’, then ‘n’ > yes
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: no
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: n
Result: 0
——————————————
Testing: pause()
——————————————
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
——————————————
Testing: getInt()
——————————————
Enter ‘ipc’, then ‘144’ > ipc
*** INVALID INTEGER *** <Please enter an integer>: 144
Integer entered: 144
——————————————
Testing: getIntInRange(int,int)
——————————————
Enter ‘seneca’, then ’99’, then ‘501’, then ‘250’ > seneca
*** INVALID INTEGER *** <Please enter an integer>: 99
*** OUT OF RANGE *** <Enter a number between 100 and 500>: 501
*** OUT OF RANGE *** <Enter a number between 100 and 500>: 250
Integer entered: 250
Enter ‘100’ > 100
Integer entered: 100
Enter ‘500’ > 500
Integer entered: 500
——————————————
Testing: getContact(struct Contact *)
——————————————
Please enter the contact’s first name: Tom See John
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): yes
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s middle initial(s): How Wong R. U.
Please enter the contact’s last name: Song Sing
Please enter the contact’s street number: one two
*** INVALID INTEGER *** <Please enter an integer>: -99
*** INVALID STREET NUMBER *** <must be a positive number>: 99
Please enter the contact’s street name: Keele Street
Do you want to enter an apartment number? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s apartment number: -1920
*** INVALID APARTMENT NUMBER *** <must be a positive number>: 1920
Please enter the contact’s postal code: A8A 3J3 R1W
Please enter the contact’s city: North Bay
Please enter the contact’s cell phone number: 9051116666
Do you want to enter a home phone number? (y or n): n y
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: n
Do you want to enter a business phone number? (y or n): n
Values Entered:
Name: Tom See John How Wo Song Sing
Address: 99|Keele Street|1920|A8A 3J3|North Bay
Numbers: 9051116666||
——————————————
Testing: contactManagerSystem()
——————————————
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 9
*** OUT OF RANGE *** <Enter a number between 0 and 6>: 1
<<< Feature 1 is unavailable >>>
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 4
<<< Feature 4 is unavailable >>>
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 6
<<< Feature 6 is unavailable >>>
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 0
Exit the program? (Y)es/(N)o: n
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 0
Exit the program? (Y)es/(N)o: y
Contact Management System: terminated
——————————————
Testing: Assign#2 – MS #2 test completed
——————————————
Milestone 2 Reflection (20%)
Please provide answers to the following in a text file named reflect.txt.
In three or more paragraphs and a minimum of 150 words, explain what you learned while doing these
first two milestones. In addition to what you learned, your reflection should also include the
following:
• An explanation of the term “function” and briefly discuss the need for functions in any language.
Refer to functions from this project to support your explanation.
• An explanation why you think the “helper” functions are in a different module and why those
functions were not included in the “contacts” module. Refer to functions from this project to
support your explanation.
Reflections will be graded based on the published rubric (https://github.com/Seneca144100/IPC-Project/tree/master/Reflection%20Rubric.pdf).
Example:
An example reflection answer for Workshop #2 is available demonstrating the minimum criteria:
https://github.com/Seneca-144100/IPC-Project/tree/master/Example%20Reflection-WS_2.pdf
Milestone 2 Submission
If not on matrix already, upload your contacts.h, contacts.c, contactHelpers.h, contactHelpers.c,
a2ms2.c, and reflect.txt files to your matrix account. Compile your code as follows:
> gcc -Wall -o ms2 contacts.c contactHelpers.c a2ms2.c <ENTER>
This command will compile your code and name your executable “ms2”. Execute ms2 and make sure
everything works properly.
Then run the following script from your account and follow the instructions (replace
profname.proflastname with your professors Seneca userid and replace NAA with your section):
~profname.proflastname/submit 144a2ms2/NAA_ms2 <ENTER>
Milestone 3 (10%)
(Due with your milestone 4 submission)
Download or clone Assignment 2 (A2) from https://github.com/Seneca-144100/IPC-Project
Open the project file A2MS3 and look inside (expand “Header Files” and “Source Files” folders).
This milestone introduces the remaining function prototypes required to complete the contacts
management system. You have three tasks to perform for this milestone:
1. Declare new function prototypes in contactHelpers.h
2. Define the new functions with empty code blocks in contactHelpers.c
3. Update contacts.h with safeguard and contact.c to use new function getTenDigitPhone
Contact Helper Header File (.h)
Open the contactHelpers.h file. Refer to the comments in the file and copy/paste your code
from MS2 where directed.
You will need to include the contacts.h header file so the new functions (parameters) will be
able to use the structures defined in that module (see source comments for placement).
Please Note
• A successful submission does not guarantee full credit for this workshop.
• If the professor is not satisfied with your implementation, your professor may ask
you to resubmit. Resubmissions will attract a penalty.
Function Prototypes
You will notice there are two (2) prototypes already prepared:
void getTenDigitPhone(char phoneNum[]);
• getTenDigitPhone does not return a value and expects a character array sized for 10
characters plus the null terminator.
• The next section describing the contactHelpers.c source file explains this function and
its use.
int findContactIndex(const struct Contact contacts[], int size,
const char cellNum[]);
• findContactIndex returns an integer and expects a Contact array (marked constant so
changes can’t be made to it), an integer, and a character array.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
Add the following additional function prototypes:
void displayContactHeader(void);
• displayContactHeader does not return a value and has no parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void displayContactFooter(int count);
• displayContactFooter does not return a value and receives one integer parameter.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void displayContact(const struct Contact *contact);
• displayContact does not return a value and receives a constant Contact pointer (cannot
be updated) parameter.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void displayContacts(const struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• displayContacts does not return a value and receives a constant Contact array (cannot
be updated), and an integer for parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void searchContacts(const struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• searchContacts does not return a value and receives a constant Contact array (cannot
be updated), and an integer for parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void addContact(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• addContact does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer for
parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void updateContact(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• updateContact does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer for
parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void deleteContact(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• deleteContact does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer for
parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
void sortContacts(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• sortContacts does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer for
parameters.
• The details on how this function should work is described in Milestone 4.
Contact Helper Source File (.c)
Open the contactHelpers.c source code file.
Libraries
Include the system library <string.h> (refer to the source comments for placement). This library
contains the needed string related functions you will use in some of the new functions. Be sure
to also include the contactHelpers.h header file.
Function Definitions
Function getTenDigitPhone is mostly defined for you (see below for the details), but requires
some modifications:
void getTenDigitPhone(char phoneNum[]);
• getTenDigitPhone does not return a value and expects a C string character array sized
for 10 characters (plus the null terminator).
• This function receives user input for a 10-digit phone number and stores the value to
the parameter phoneNum.
Reminder
Arrays by variable name (ex: phoneNum) is a pointer type (points to the
1
st element). This means any changes made using this variable will
directly update the source it points to.
• If the entered value is not 10 characters in length or if it does not contain all numeric
characters, a message is displayed and continues to prompt until a 10 character C string
containing all numeric characters is entered:
>Enter a 10-digit phone number: <
• This function provides a failsafe method in receiving a 10-digit character C string array.
• NOTE: You need to modify this function to ensure all values entered are numerical
digits (this will be tested in milestone 4)
Just as you did in MS1, add an empty function definition for all the new functions prototyped in
the contactHelpers.h header file. To help you get going, findContactIndex is done for you. Use
the provided source code comments for placement.
Contacts Header File (.h)
Open the header file contacts.h. There are a few additional lines of code added to the top and bottom
areas of the file:
#ifndef CONTACTS_H_
#define CONTACTS_H_
// Header file contents…
#endif // !CONTACTS_H_
Refer to the comments in the contacts.h file and carefully insert your code from MS2 where directed.
There are no further modifications to make to this file for this milestone.
Contacts Source File (.c)
The addition of the new helper function getTenDigitPhone, would benefit the getNumbers function in
this module.
Copy your MS2 code where the comments indicate. Update the getNumbers function to use the new
function getTenDigitPhone where appropriate to ensure a 10-digit character value is stored for the
numbers.
Brief Explanation
These lines of code “safeguard” the header file to ensure it is only included once when the
application is compiled (when it is included multiple times by other files). This is an advanced topic
not covered in this course but will be covered in the next level course C++ (OOP244/BTP200).
Milestone 3 Submission
Milestone 3 does not need to be submitted on matrix. It will be graded along with Milestone 4
when it is submitted.
Milestone 4 (20%)
(Due July 31, by 11:59 PM EST)
Open the project file A2MS4 and look inside (expand “Header Files” and “Source Files” folders – see
figure 2.4.1). Do not modify the source code file: a2ms4.c. This is the main file used to assess your
functions to determine if they work to this milestone’s specifications.
Figure: 2.4.1 – Visual Studio Project Contents
Unchanged Files
contacts.h
contacts.c
contactHelpers.h
Open each of these files in the provided project. Consult the comments provided and copy the
appropriate contents from Milestone 3.
Hint: The getTenDigitPhone function does not display an initial prompt message. The function will
display a generic prompt only when and if an invalid value is entered. You should first display
the prompt message specific to the case, then call the getTenDigitPhone function:
char examplePhone[11];
printf(“Enter example phone number: “);
getTenDigitPhone(examplePhone);
Contact Helper Source File (.c)
1. Open the contactHelpers.c source code file.
2. Define MAXCONTACTS 5 where the comments indicate (under the include section). This will
be used for sizing the contacts array later in the program
3. Copy the contents from MS3 where the comments indicate.
4. Complete the full function definitions for each function using the descriptions below:
Function Definitions
void getTenDigitPhone(char phoneNum[]);
• Modify this function to ensure all values entered are numerical digits
int findContactIndex(const struct Contact contacts[], int size,
const char cellNum[]);
• findContactIndex returns an integer and expects a Contact array (marked constant so
changes can’t be made to it), and integer (intended for representing the size of the
Contact array), and a character array (expecting a C string representing a cell phone
number).
• This function’s purpose is to find a contact based on the provided cell phone number
(parameter 3) and return the index (position in the array) otherwise, if the contact is not
found, the function should return -1
Hints
• Iterate the Contact array (up to the size specified in parameter-2) and compare the
current iteration contact’s cell phone number to the parameter-3 cell phone number
to determine equality
• Use a string library function for string compare
void displayContactHeader(void);
• displayContactHeader does not return a value and has no parameters.
• This function display’s a centered title “Contacts Listing” header that is surrounded
in a border:
+—————————————————————————–+ [line-1]
| Contacts Listing | [line-2]
+—————————————————————————–+ [line-3]
Line-1 and Line-3:
‘+’ one (1) plus symbol
‘-‘ seventy-seven (77) minus symbols
‘+’ one (1) plus symbol
Followed by a newline ‘\n’
Line-2:
‘|’ one (1) vertical pipe symbol (usually located above the enter key)
‘ ‘ thirty (30) spaces
‘Contacts Listing’ (the title)
‘ ‘ thirty (31) spaces
‘|’ one plus symbol
Followed by a newline ‘\n’
void displayContactFooter(int count);
• displayContactFooter does not return a value and receives one integer parameter.
• This function display’s a line and a total contact summary
• The function parameter is the total number of contacts value to display
+—————————————————————————–+ [line-1]
Total contacts: 99 [line-2]
Line-1:
‘+’ one (1) plus symbol
‘-‘ seventy-seven (77) minus symbols
‘+’ one (1) plus symbol
Followed by a newline ‘\n’
Line-2:
‘Total contacts: ‘ Note: one (1) space after the colon
Followed by the integer parameter value
Followed by TWO (2) newlines (‘\n’)
void displayContact(const struct Contact *contact);
• displayContact does not return a value and receives a constant Contact pointer
(cannot be updated) parameter.
• This function displays the details for a single contact (see example below):
Example: With middle initial and an apartment number:
Maggie R. Greene [line-1]
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444 [line-2]
55 Hightop House, Apt# 201, Bolton, A9A 3K3 [line-3]
Example: No middle initial and no apartment number:
Maggie Greene [line-1]
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444 [line-2]
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3 [line-3]
Line-1 (contact full name):
‘ ‘ one (1) blank space followed by…
‘Contact full name’ (See below for details) followed by…
One (1) newline ‘\n’
Contact Full Name:
– Consists of all the name parts put together separated by a space
– If there is no middle initial then there should only be one (1) space
separating the first name and the last name
Line-2 (contact numbers):
Use the following format string:
” C: %-10s H: %-10s B: %-10s\n” (Note: 4 spaces at the beginning)
– The 1st specifier is for the cell phone number
– The 2nd specifier is for the home phone number
– The 3rd specifier is for the business phone number
Line-3 (contact address):
Use the following format string to get started:
” %d %s, ” (Note: 7 spaces at the beginning and 1 after the comma)
– The 1st specifier is for the street number
– The 2nd specifier is for the street name
IF the apartment field has a value (will be > 0) then include on the same line:
“Apt# %d, ” (Note: 1 space after the comma)
– The specifier is for the apartment number
Followed by the city and postal code comma separated:
“%s, %s\n”
– The 1st specifier is for the city
– The 2nd specifier is for the postal code
void displayContacts(const struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• displayContacts does not return a value and receives a constant Contact array
(cannot be updated), and an integer (intended for representing the size of the
Contact array).
• This function needs to display a title header, a detail listing of each VALID contact in
the array and a footer section showing the total number of contacts.
• To produce the title header, call the displayHeader function described earlier in this
milestone
• You will need to iterate all items in the Contact array (parameter 1) up to the
number of items it holds (parameter 2).
• IF the current iterator Contact is VALID (will have a cell number > 0), display the
details (call the displayContact function described earlier in this milestone).
• After iterating all the contacts, finish with displaying the footer summary section by
calling the displayContactFooter function.
Hint: Keep track of the number of valid contacts displayed and pass this count to
the displayContactFooter function
void searchContacts(const struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• searchContacts does not return a value and receives a constant Contact array
(cannot be updated), and an integer (intended for representing the size of the
Contact array).
• This function should prompt the user to search the contact listings based on a cell
phone number. If there is a match, display the details for the contact.
• Prompt the user for a cell phone number to search:
>Enter the cell number for the contact: <
– Do not allow the application to continue until a 10-digit phone is entered.
(Hint: call the getTenDigitPhone function to get the value)
• Search the contact array to find a contact with the cell phone number previously
entered (Hint: call function findContactIndex)
• If the contact is found, display the details (Hint: call function displayContact)
Note: follow with one (1) newline (‘\n’)
• Otherwise, show the following message:
>*** Contact NOT FOUND ***< (add a newline ‘\n’)
void addContact(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• addContact does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer
(intended for representing the size of the Contact array).
• This function should first determine if there is an available slot (empty index) in the
contact array. This requires iterating the contact array and looking for the first
available element having a cell number string length equal to zero (0). Hint: use the
findContact function providing an empty cellNumber argument.
• If there are no available slots, the contact listing is full. Notify the user displaying
the following message:
>*** ERROR: The contact list is full! ***< (add a newline ‘\n’)
• Otherwise, prompt the user to enter the details for the new contact (store to the
contact array at the determined empty slot index). Hint: use the getContact
function
• After adding the new contact, display the following message:
>— New contact added! —< (add a newline ‘\n’)
void updateContact(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• updateContact does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer
(intended for representing the size of the Contact array).
• This function should prompt the user for the cell phone number of the contact to
update.
• Search the contact array to find a contact with the cell phone number previously
entered. Hint: call the findContactIndex function
• If the contact could NOT be located, display the following message:
>*** Contact NOT FOUND ***< (add a newline ‘\n’)
• Otherwise, if the contact is located, display the following message:
Print a newline (‘\n’) followed by:
>Contact found:<
Follow with another newline (‘\n’)
• Then display the details for the contact. Hint: call the displayContact function –
followed by a newline (‘\n’)
• Prompt the user with the following message:
>Do you want to update the name? (y or n): < Hint: call the yes function
– If the user responds yes ( y’|’Y’) call the function getName to update the name
member of the contact
• Follow with a prompt displaying the following message:
>Do you want to update the address? (y or n): < Hint: call the yes function
– If the user responds yes ( y’|’Y’) call the function getAddress to update the
address member of the contact
• Follow with a prompt displaying the following message:
>Do you want to update the numbers? (y or n): < Hint: call the yes function
– If the user responds yes ( y’|’Y’) call the function getNumbers to update the
numbers member of the contact
• Lastly display a confirmation message to indicate the contact information was
updated:
>— Contact Updated! —< (add a newline ‘\n’)
void deleteContact(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• deleteContact does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer
(intended for representing the size of the Contact array).
• This function should prompt the user for the cell phone number of the contact to
delete from the list.
• Search the contact array to find a contact with the cell phone number previously
entered. Hint: call the findContactIndex function
• If the contact could NOT be located, display the following message:
>*** Contact NOT FOUND ***< (add a newline ‘\n’)
• Otherwise, if the contact is located, display the following message:
Print a newline (‘\n’) followed by:
>Contact found:<
Follow with another newline (‘\n’)
• Then display the details for the contact. Hint: call the displayContact function –
followed by a newline (‘\n’)
• Prompt the user with the following message:
>CONFIRM: Delete this contact? (y or n): < Hint: call the yes function
– If the user responds yes, set the contact’s cell number to an empty string (Hint:
assign a null terminator character to the first element)
• Lastly display a confirmation message to indicate the contact was deleted:
>— Contact deleted! —< (add a newline ‘\n’)
void sortContacts(struct Contact contacts[], int size);
• sortContacts does not return a value and receives a Contact array, and an integer
(intended for representing the size of the Contact array).
• This function reorders the elements in the contacts array from lowest to highest
based on the cell phone numbers.
• After sorting is done (the array is reordered), display the following message:
>— Contacts sorted! —< (add a newline ‘\n’)
• Hint: Review the course notes on Algorithms (specifically the sections on “Sorting”)
5. Lastly, revise the contactManagerSystem function.
• Create a Contact array sized to MAXCONTACTS and provide it a meaningful name.
– Initialize the array to hold the following:
{ { { “Rick”, {‘\0’}, “Grimes” },
{ 11, “Trailer Park”, 0, “A7A 2J2”, “King City” },
{ “4161112222”, “4162223333”, “4163334444” } },
{
{ “Maggie”, “R.”, “Greene” },
{ 55, “Hightop House”, 0, “A9A 3K3”, “Bolton” },
{ “9051112222”, “9052223333”, “9053334444” } },
{
{ “Morgan”, “A.”, “Jones” },
{ 77, “Cottage Lane”, 0, “C7C 9Q9”, “Peterborough” },
{ “7051112222”, “7052223333”, “7053334444” } },
{
{ “Sasha”, {‘\0’}, “Williams” },
{ 55, “Hightop House”, 0, “A9A 3K3”, “Bolton” },
{ “9052223333”, “9052223333”, “9054445555” } },
};
• Next, refer to the below for what function should be called for each menu selection:
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts Call function: displayContacts
2. Add a contact Call function: addContact
3. Update a contact Call function: updateContact
4. Delete a contact Call function: deleteContact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number Call function: searchContacts
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number Call function: sortContacts
0. Exit
Select an option:>
NOTE
The sortContacts function is OPTIONAL (unless otherwise specified by your instructor)
– If you successfully define this function (and if your instructor does not require you to do this
function), bonus marks will be given to compensate your extra effort.
If you chose NOT to do this function, display the following message:
><<< Feature to sort is unavailable >>>< (add a newline ‘\n’)
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
Sample Output (NO Sorting Option)
Below is a sample output. User input values are identified in BOLD. Your output should match exactly:
——————————————
Testing: Final A#2-Milestone #4
——————————————
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 7
*** OUT OF RANGE *** <Enter a number between 0 and 6>: 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
Maggie R. Greene
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 4
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 2
Please enter the contact’s first name: I Should
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): y n
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: yes
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s middle initial(s): Not Be
Please enter the contact’s last name: In This List
Please enter the contact’s street number: -77
*** INVALID STREET NUMBER *** <must be a positive number>: 77
Please enter the contact’s street name: Cityscape Rd.
Do you want to enter an apartment number? (y or n): no
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: n y
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s apartment number: bison
*** INVALID INTEGER *** <Please enter an integer>: -1200
*** INVALID APARTMENT NUMBER *** <must be a positive number>: 1200
Please enter the contact’s postal code: Q8Q 3J3 P3P
Please enter the contact’s city: Somewhere City
Please enter the contact’s cell phone number: 111b223333
Enter a 10-digit phone number: 1112223333
Do you want to enter a home phone number? (y or n): y n
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: N
Do you want to enter a business phone number? (y or n): yes
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s business phone number: 222-333-4444
Enter a 10-digit phone number: 2223334444
— New contact added! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
Maggie R. Greene
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 2
*** ERROR: The contact list is full! ***
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 3
Enter the cell number for the contact: 6665555
Enter a 10-digit phone number: 6665551111
*** Contact NOT FOUND ***
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 3
Enter the cell number for the contact: 9051112222
Contact found:
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
Maggie R. Greene
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Do you want to update the name? (y or n): yes no
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s first name: Maggie
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s middle initial(s): R.
Please enter the contact’s last name: Greene Grimes
Do you want to update the address? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s street number: 55
Please enter the contact’s street name: Hightop House
Do you want to enter an apartment number? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s apartment number: 222
Please enter the contact’s postal code: A9A 3K3
Please enter the contact’s city: Bolton
Do you want to update the numbers? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s cell phone number: 9051112222
Do you want to enter a home phone number? (y or n): n
Do you want to enter a business phone number? (y or n): n
— Contact Updated! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 4
Enter the cell number for the contact: 4161112222
Contact found:
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
CONFIRM: Delete this contact? (y or n): n
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 4
Enter the cell number for the contact: 4161112222
Contact found:
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
CONFIRM: Delete this contact? (y or n): y
— Contact deleted! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 4
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 2
Please enter the contact’s first name: Daryl
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): n
Please enter the contact’s last name: Dixon
Please enter the contact’s street number: 11
Please enter the contact’s street name: Forest Road
Do you want to enter an apartment number? (y or n): n
Please enter the contact’s postal code: Y2Y 2N2
Please enter the contact’s city: The Kingdom
Please enter the contact’s cell phone number: 9993338888
Do you want to enter a home phone number? (y or n): n
Do you want to enter a business phone number? (y or n): n
— New contact added! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Daryl Dixon
C: 9993338888 H: B:
11 Forest Road, The Kingdom, Y2Y 2N2
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 3
Enter the cell number for the contact: 1112223333
Contact found:
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
Do you want to update the name? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s first name: Rick
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): n
Please enter the contact’s last name: Grimes
Do you want to update the address? (y or n): n
Do you want to update the numbers? (y or n): n
— Contact Updated! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Daryl Dixon
C: 9993338888 H: B:
11 Forest Road, The Kingdom, Y2Y 2N2
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Rick Grimes
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
Select an option:> 5
Enter the cell number for the contact: 9052223333
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 5
Enter the cell number for the contact: 9998887777
*** Contact NOT FOUND ***
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 6
<<< Feature to sort is unavailable >>>
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 0
Sample Output (NO Sorting)
Exit the program? (Y)es/(N)o: No yes
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: ny
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: n
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 0
Exit the program? (Y)es/(N)o: y
Contact Management System: terminated
Sample Output (With Sorting Option)
Below is a sample output. User input values are identified in BOLD. Your output should match exactly:
——————————————
Testing: Final A#2-Milestone #4 (Sort)
——————————————
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 7
*** OUT OF RANGE *** <Enter a number between 0 and 6>: 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
Maggie R. Greene
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
Sample Output (Sorting)
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 4
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
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1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 2
Please enter the contact’s first name: I Should
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): y n
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: yes
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s middle initial(s): Not Be
Please enter the contact’s last name: In This List
Please enter the contact’s street number: -77
*** INVALID STREET NUMBER *** <must be a positive number>: 77
Please enter the contact’s street name: Cityscape Rd.
Do you want to enter an apartment number? (y or n): no
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: n y
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s apartment number: bison
*** INVALID INTEGER *** <Please enter an integer>: -1200
*** INVALID APARTMENT NUMBER *** <must be a positive number>: 1200
Please enter the contact’s postal code: Q8Q 3J3 P3P
Please enter the contact’s city: Somewhere City
Please enter the contact’s cell phone number: 111b223333
Enter a 10-digit phone number: 1112223333
Do you want to enter a home phone number? (y or n): y n
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: N
Do you want to enter a business phone number? (y or n): yes
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s business phone number: 222-333-4444
Enter a 10-digit phone number: 2223334444
— New contact added! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
Sample Output (Sorting)
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
Maggie R. Greene
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 2
*** ERROR: The contact list is full! ***
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 3
Sample Output (Sorting)
Enter the cell number for the contact: 6665555
Enter a 10-digit phone number: 6665551111
*** Contact NOT FOUND ***
(Press Enter to Continue)
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 3
Enter the cell number for the contact: 9051112222
Contact found:
Maggie R. Greene
C: 9051112222 H: 9052223333 B: 9053334444
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Do you want to update the name? (y or n): yes no
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: y
Please enter the contact’s first name: Maggie
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s middle initial(s): R.
Please enter the contact’s last name: Greene Grimes
Do you want to update the address? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s street number: 55
Please enter the contact’s street name: Hightop House
Do you want to enter an apartment number? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s apartment number: 222
Please enter the contact’s postal code: A9A 3K3
Please enter the contact’s city: Bolton
Do you want to update the numbers? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s cell phone number: 9051112222
Do you want to enter a home phone number? (y or n): n
Do you want to enter a business phone number? (y or n): n
— Contact Updated! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
Sample Output (Sorting)
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 4
Enter the cell number for the contact: 4161112222
Contact found:
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
CONFIRM: Delete this contact? (y or n): n
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
Sample Output (Sorting)
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 4
Enter the cell number for the contact: 4161112222
Contact found:
Rick Grimes
C: 4161112222 H: 4162223333 B: 4163334444
11 Trailer Park, King City, A7A 2J2
CONFIRM: Delete this contact? (y or n): y
— Contact deleted! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 4
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
Sample Output (Sorting)
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 2
Please enter the contact’s first name: Daryl
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): n
Please enter the contact’s last name: Dixon
Please enter the contact’s street number: 11
Please enter the contact’s street name: Forest Road
Do you want to enter an apartment number? (y or n): n
Please enter the contact’s postal code: Y2Y 2N2
Please enter the contact’s city: The Kingdom
Please enter the contact’s cell phone number: 9993338888
Do you want to enter a home phone number? (y or n): n
Do you want to enter a business phone number? (y or n): n
— New contact added! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Daryl Dixon
C: 9993338888 H: B:
11 Forest Road, The Kingdom, Y2Y 2N2
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
Sample Output (Sorting)
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 3
Enter the cell number for the contact: 1112223333
Contact found:
I Should Not Be In This List
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
Do you want to update the name? (y or n): y
Please enter the contact’s first name: Rick
Do you want to enter a middle initial(s)? (y or n): n
Please enter the contact’s last name: Grimes
Do you want to update the address? (y or n): n
Do you want to update the numbers? (y or n): n
— Contact Updated! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Daryl Dixon
C: 9993338888 H: B:
11 Forest Road, The Kingdom, Y2Y 2N2
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
Sample Output (Sorting)
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Rick Grimes
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 5
Enter the cell number for the contact: 9052223333
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 5
Enter the cell number for the contact: 9998887777
*** Contact NOT FOUND ***
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
Sample Output (Sorting)
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 6
— Contacts sorted! —
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 1
+—————————————————————————–+
| Contacts Listing |
+—————————————————————————–+
Rick Grimes
C: 1112223333 H: B: 2223334444
77 Cityscape Rd., Apt# 1200, Somewhere City, Q8Q 3J3
Morgan A. Jones
C: 7051112222 H: 7052223333 B: 7053334444
77 Cottage Lane, Peterborough, C7C 9Q9
Maggie R. Greene Grimes
C: 9051112222 H: B:
55 Hightop House, Apt# 222, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Sasha Williams
C: 9052223333 H: 9052223333 B: 9054445555
55 Hightop House, Bolton, A9A 3K3
Daryl Dixon
C: 9993338888 H: B:
11 Forest Road, The Kingdom, Y2Y 2N2
+—————————————————————————–+
Total contacts: 5
(Press Enter to Continue) <Enter>
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Sample Output (Sorting)
Select an option:> 0
Exit the program? (Y)es/(N)o: No yes
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: ny
*** INVALID ENTRY *** <Only (Y)es or (N)o are acceptable>: n
Contact Management System
————————-
1. Display contacts
2. Add a contact
3. Update a contact
4. Delete a contact
5. Search contacts by cell phone number
6. Sort contacts by cell phone number
0. Exit
Select an option:> 0
Exit the program? (Y)es/(N)o: y
Contact Management System: terminated
Milestone 4 Reflection (20%)
Please provide answers to the following in a text file named reflect.txt.
In three or more paragraphs and a minimum of 175 words, explain what you learned while doing these
first two milestones. In addition to what you learned, your reflection should also include the
following:
• An explanation of how the two functions findContactIndex and getTenDigitPhone benefit your
source code with respect to overall maintenance and readability.
• Would you have liked this assignment to include the functionality to load/save the contact
information from/to a text data file? Provide at least two reasons to help explain your decision.
Reflections will be graded based on the published rubric (https://github.com/Seneca144100/IPC-Project/tree/master/Reflection%20Rubric.pdf).
Example:
An example reflection answer for Workshop #2 is available demonstrating the minimum criteria:
https://github.com/Seneca-144100/IPC-Project/tree/master/Example%20Reflection-WS_2.pdf
Milestone 4 Submission
If not on matrix already, upload your contacts.h, contacts.c, contactHelpers.h, contactHelpers.c,
a2ms2.c, and reflect.txt files to your matrix account. Compile your code as follows:
> gcc -Wall -o ms4 contacts.c contactHelpers.c a2ms4.c <ENTER>
This command will compile your code and name your executable “ms4”. Execute ms4 and make sure
everything works properly.
Then run the following script from your account and follow the instructions (replace
profname.proflastname with your professors Seneca userid and replace NAA with your section):
[NO Sorting Option]
~profname.proflastname/submit 144a2ms4/NAA_ms4 <ENTER>
<<< OR >>>
[WITH Sorting Option]
~profname.proflastname/submit 144a2ms4Sort/NAA_ms4Sort <ENTER>
and follow the instructions.
Please Note
• A successful submission does not guarantee full credit for this workshop.
• If the professor is not satisfied with your implementation, your professor may ask
you to resubmit. Resubmissions will attract a penalty.

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