Assignments Revised: Write a C Program that prints an ASCII table for the characters valued 32 to 127. The character along with its integer value should be printed in decimal octal and hex. Implement the CGI library (mycgilib.c) covered in class on 2/9. The source files (.c and .h )are to be in a subdirectory (folder) of you home directory CGI. Use the CGI library (mycgilib.c) to write a Farenheight to Celcius cgi program. The program should produce output in two columns with headers for the columns. See some notes on CGI and preprocessor in cginotes.htm Write the Lotto program as covered and discussed in class. The program must have the following functions: int unique(int list[], int nele, int cand)returns 1 if the cand is not is the list of nele. int pick(int mn) returns a random nuber r such that 1 <= r <= mn, void printnums(int list[], int nele)prints the list of nele entries. The program must work as a CGI and as a non-server application. Write a procedure called: `void sort(int list[], int size)` that sorts an array of integers via the Selection Sort algorithm. The Selection sort is as follows: ```while the size of the list is greater than 1 find the largest element in the list swap that element with the last element in the list decrease the size of the list by 1 ``` The function must make use of a function you wrote in assignment 6. The following program is to be used as the main program and submitted with the assignment ```#include main() { int numbers[] = {3,4,0,1,15,6,4,35,14,7,42,2}; int listsize; listsize= ( sizeof numbers )/ sizeof(numbers[0]); printf("The original list is: "); printnums(numbers,listsize); sort(numbers,listsize); printf("The sorted list is: "); printnums(numbers,listsize); return 0; }``` Implement the sort() routine into the lotto program.
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1. Write a function int countdelim(char *buf, char c) that counts the number of times a delimiter appears in the buffer buf. The program must use function must use pointers and pointer arithematic.
2. Write a function int countdelim(char buf[], char c) that counts the number of times a delimiter appears in the buffer buf. The program must use function must use arrays.
3. Write a function called int parseit(char *words[], int nwords, char *buf, char delimiter) that replaces the delimiter in buf with a NULL and sets the elements of words to be the starting address of the delimitted words. Assume a maximum of nwords. The function returns the actual number of words.
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