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C++ Tennis Tournament Scoring Project!!
Bid Request Id: 676
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Posted by: ripken8 (3 ratings)
(Software buyer rating 10)
Non-action Ratio: Very Good - 0.00%
Posted: Jul 8, 2001
2:56:06 PM EDT
Bidding Closes: Jul 10, 2001 EDT
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Project Type: Unknown
Bidding Type: Open Auction
Categories: C++ / C, Requirements, Other
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Description:
.In the second round the players are assigned numbers from 1 to 64 but not randomly. The winners of the 2nd round earn "n2" points and the losers earn "n 2/2" points....In the 3rd round with 32 players numbered 1 to 32....there are 16 matches. Winners in the 3rd round earn "n3" points and the losers earn "n 3/2" points.....Fourth round=16 players numbered 1-16. winners earn "n4" points and losers "n 4/2"...FIFTH round=8 players #1-8. Winners earn "n5" points and losers earn "n 5/2" points....Sixth round/SEMI-FINAL Round only 4 players #104. winners earn "n6" points and losers "n 6/2" points....2 players move on to the Seventh/FINAL Round. player #1-2. Winner earns "n7" points and loser earns "n 7/2" points....To determine the ranking at the end of tournament, the total number of points that each player has earned will be added to their initial points. The player who has the highest points will be number #1. Second highest, #2 and so forth. Therefore, part of this project will involve sorting the player's total points to determine the ranking. YOU CAN USE ANY SORTING ALGORITHM YOU WANT.
...The players at each round of the tournament also win some prize money. The calculation of the prize money is done as follows: At each round the amount of prize money for the losers is calculated by multiplying the total number of points earned so far times "N" dollars......You need to keep track of the total number of points earned by each player. Then the Program calculates the amount of prize money for the players. Only the final winner receives a fixed amount of predetermined money, say "MAX" dollars. Therefore, there would be overall 127 losers and only one winner in the tournament.

Initially assign numbers from 1-128 to each player instead of her name. Each player has a rank, so you need to assign pints randomly that determine the rankings. The ranking points are integer numbers between 800-1200. TO Determine the prize money you can go to the "http://www.wimbledon.org" web site and click "Draws" to find out prize money.

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Complete source code of all programming work done
Also need design sheet, test plan, algorithm,...



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bear
(10 ratings)
in Gloucester, Ontario
Canada
Bid id: 7,804
 
N/A Jul 8, 2001
4:44:37 PM EDT
 10
(Excellent)
   
I think the top half of the description has been cut off, but by looking at what I can see I can do this.

Before I put a dollar value to it would you please be able to mail me the full description.
 

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bear
(10 ratings)
in Gloucester, Ontario
Canada
Bid id: 7,819
 
$50 (USD) Jul 8, 2001
6:00:08 PM EDT
 10
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