Make a directory called “PG4” in the root of your CS222-01-14W folder. Place all the source
code and include files in this directory. Place a (possibly empty) file called “DONE” into this
folder when you are ready for your program to be graded.
Expanding on PG3, you are to program a more advanced print queue that allows the user to
specify an integer priority for the job. Jobs with lower priority numbers print before jobs with
higher priority numbers. If there is more than one entry with the same lowest priority number,
the entry that was submitted first prints first.
You also have the ability to remove jobs from the queue before they are printed.
Your program should read all commands from the keyboard and print all responses to the screen.
The commands are:
assume that the filename characters will be reasonable and will not contain a space. You may
assume that the priority is a valid non-negative integer.
This will print the next item from the print queue. Your output should specify what filename
Removes the filename from the print queue. If the filename appears more than once in the print
queue, your program should remove all entries containing that filename.
The program terminates.
Your program should give a meaningful response to EVERY valid command. E.g.:
SUBMIT file1.pdf 100
file1.pdf has been submitted to the print queue with priority 100
SUBMIT myblog.txt 50
myblog.txt has been submitted to the print queue with priority 50
myblot.txt is printing
0 copies of myblog.txt has been removed from the print queue
1 copies of file1.pdf has been removed from the print queue
Thank you for using the print queue
Your responses do not have to match the above exactly, but they must be meaningful.
Like all projects in this class, once the proper data structure is set up, the rest of the program
should be reasonably straightforward.
You are to use a binary tree (as defined in class) implementing the Database interface, as
specified with the various files.