## Description

Problem 1: deletespaces.c (50 points, 5 per test case)

I this problem you will write a program that reads a string, deletes any whitespace from

the string, and prints the result back to the user. Read the string using fgets, a safe way

to read in strings. To read a string of length at most n into char* str, use the following:

fgets(str, n + 1, stdin);

Generally, fgets is used to read a string from a file, but using stdin as the third

argument causes fgets to read a string from stdin instead.

Example output:

[rsgysel@pc17 \~]\$ ./deletespaces

Enter a max string length: 99

Enter the string to delete whitespace from: The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog

Result:

TheQuickBrownFoxJumpsOverTheLazyDog

[rsgysel@pc17 \~]\$ ./deletespaces

Enter a max string length: 20

Enter the string to delete whitespace from: a bcd ef g hi

Result:

abcdefghi

∗Last updated February 15, 2017

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Problem 2: matrixaddition.c (50 points, 5 per test case)

In this problem you will implement integer matrix addition. This will require you to

dynamically allocate space for a 2 dimensional array. An example of matrix addition is:

A + B =

”

1 2 3

0 8 5 #

+

”

1 0 1

0 1 0 #

=

”

1 + 1 2 + 0 3 + 1

0 + 0 8 + 1 5 + 0 #

=

”

2 2 2

0 9 5 #

= C

In general, if A and B are matrices with the same number of rows and columns, then

their sum C = A + B is defined by C[i][j] = A[i][j] + B[i][j]. Here, A[i][j] is the integer

in the i

th row and j

th column of A. In the example above, A[1][1] = 1, A[1][3] = 3, and

A[2][2] = 8.

This program has been partially written for you in matrixaddition.c. Write the body

of functions that are marked with a comment that begins with

// Homework TODO: …

Do not modify other parts of the code.

Example output:

[rsgysel@pc17 \~]\$ ./matrixaddition

Enter the number of rows and columns: 2 2

Enter matrix A:

Input row 0 elements, separated by spaces: 1 0

Input row 1 elements, separated by spaces: 0 1

Enter matrix B:

Input row 0 elements, separated by spaces: 2 2

Input row 1 elements, separated by spaces: 3 4

A + B =

3 2

3 5

[rsgysel@pc17 \~]\$ ./matrixaddition

Enter the number of rows and columns: 3 6

Enter matrix A:

Input row 0 elements, separated by spaces: 1 2 3 4 5 6

Input row 1 elements, separated by spaces: 0 0 0 0 0 0

Input row 2 elements, separated by spaces: 10 5 23 84 91 2

Enter matrix B:

Input row 0 elements, separated by spaces: 9 8 7 6 5 4

Input row 1 elements, separated by spaces: 2 1 2 1 2 1

Input row 2 elements, separated by spaces: 14 83 62 93 45 32

A + B =

10 10 10 10 10 10

2 1 2 1 2 1

24 88 85 177 136 34

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