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Part 1. [20pts] Write a function that takes three data structure as parameters and a data array to fill
them with the values of the data array. The data structures should be queue, stack and binary search
tree. Tract the execution time of filling time for each data structure and report the total execution time
of filling the structures separately. The function prototype is:
void fill_structures(stack * stack_, queue * queue_, bst * bst_, int
data[20])
Part 2. [30pts] Write a function that takes the data structures which were filled on part one as
parameters and print them in descending order. Report the total of ordering and printing time for each
structure separately. The function prototype is:
void ordered_print(stack * stack_, queue * queue_, bst * bst_)
Part 3. [20pts] Write a function that takes the data structures which were filled on part one as
parameters and also an integer parameter to search in the structures. The function prints all the founded
items and also number of steps to find the result, the function should report if there is no result. In
example; let the queue be (tail)1→3→5→2→11→18](head) and we want to search 3, then the result of
the search should be; “1 result founded on 5. step.” for queue structure and so on. Report the total of
search time for each structure separately. The function prototype is:
void search(stack * stack_, queue * queue_, bst * bst_, int val_to_search)
Part 4. [30pts] Write a function that takes the data structures which were filled on part one as
parameters and print them in a specific traversal method. The traversal method follows the basic rule:
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Start with the max value of the structure and go on with the min value and after that, again the max value
and the min value, so on and so forth.
In example; let the stack be 3, 5, 6, 2, 1, 7 (top), then the function should print ; 7, 1, 6, 2, 5, 3. Report the
total of traverse time for each structure separately. The function prototype is:
void special_traverse(stack * stack_, queue * queue_, bst * bst_)
Note that, you are not allowed to change; function names, parameters or structures, structure
names and the code inside the main function (in short, any given thing on the homework sheet), unless
it said to you to do so. Otherwise, you will get zero from the changed part.
The main function:
int main()
{
int data[20]={5, 2, 7, 8, 11, 3, 21, 7, 6, 15, 19, 35, 24, 1, 8, 12, 17,
8, 23, 4};
bst * bst_;
queue * queue_;
stack * stack_;
fill_structures(stack_, queue_, bst, data);
ordered_print(stack_, queue_, bst);
search(stack_, queue_, bst, 5);
special_traverse(stack_, queue_, bst, 5);
return 0;
}
General Rules:
1. Obey and don’t broke the function prototypes that are shown on each part, otherwise, you will
get zero from the related part.
2. The program must be developed on Linux based OS and must be compiled with gcc compiler,
any problem which rises due to using another OS or compiler won’t be tolerated.
3. Note that if any part of your program is not working as expected, then you can get zero from the
related part, even it’s working in some way.
4. Upload your .zip file on to Moodle to deliver your homework. The zip file must consist of one .c
file that contains your solutions. Name format can be found on the top of this homework sheet.
5. You can ask any question about the homework on forum that is stated on the Moodle page of
the course.