Windows programming, Visual Studio 2010 - open to bidding
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I am studying C/C++ programming in University (by distance learning) and I need in coach service now. I want you to make project solution for me and give me any comments and advices for my deeper understanding.
Now we are studying program development for Windows and I compose task for my homework by myself.
My project solution could be construed in Visual Studio 2010 only!
It could be a program which has 3 tabs with mathematics functions:
1st tab – calculator;
2nd tab – solution of linear algebraic equations;
3d tab – paint graphics of inserted math functions.
It could be seems something like this:
One of my important requirement – this solution could be construed with WinAPI and MFC using only, without using Windows Forms Wizard and CLI enhancement of C++.
1. Tab with Calculator could be consist simple calculator, I will add any trigonometric functions later by myself.
2. Tab with solution of linear algebraic equations could be consist table for insert coefficients by User. After all coefficients will be inserted, program could demonstrate solution with Kramer’s rule.
Program could solvate systems with 2*2 or 3*3 matrix.
Later I will add other methods of solution SLAE n*n metric matrix by myself.
3. The 3d Tab could paint graphics of math functions. Normally it display X, Y axis, after inserting for example y=x2+1, it could be displayed a parabola.
Also, every tab with suitable functions could be consisted in *.dll file and could be linked to main program.
Please be able to answer my questions when I get the program and will be figuring it out.
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