0

Hi:

I need to create a C++ code that will read a file and then used some of the numbers in the file for some calculations. The file will look like the following:

#IMAGE      NPIX       MEAN  STDDEV    MIN      MAX
 002.jpeg   1048576     1984.     490.1     1870.    65535.
 003.jpeg   1048576     1984.      471.     1875.    65446.
 004.jpeg   1048576     1984.     479.1     1872.    65335.
 005.jpeg   1048576     1984.     473.8     1869.    65535.
 006.jpeg   1048576     1984.     476.3     1869.    65522.

In the file I need to use the numbers underneath the MAX column, and then do some calculations and write the answers onto a new file. Any good ideas ? Thanks

1
Contributor
1
Reply
2
Views
6 Years
Discussion Span
Last Post by gcardonav
0

Sorry here is my original code:

#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
  ifstream in("objv.sky");
  ofstream out("objv.skyc");
  string image;
  int npix,imageCount;
  double mean, stddev, min, max,forSum,sum;
  getline(in, image); //to skip the header
  cout << "How many images in the list:" << "\n";
  cin >> imageCount;
  while(in >> image >> npix >> mean >> stddev >> min >> max)
  forSum = max;
  sum += forSum;
  double Average,AveragePercent;
  Average = sum/imageCount;
  cout << Average << "\n";
  AveragePercent = Average*0.10;
  cout << AveragePercent << "\n";
  max = max + Average;
  cout << max << "\n";
  //out <<max<<"\n";
}

Hi:

I need to create a C++ code that will read a file and then used some of the numbers in the file for some calculations. The file will look like the following:

#IMAGE      NPIX       MEAN  STDDEV    MIN      MAX
 002.jpeg   1048576     1984.     490.1     1870.    65535.
 003.jpeg   1048576     1984.      471.     1875.    65446.
 004.jpeg   1048576     1984.     479.1     1872.    65335.
 005.jpeg   1048576     1984.     473.8     1869.    65535.
 006.jpeg   1048576     1984.     476.3     1869.    65522.

In the file I need to use the numbers underneath the MAX column, and then do some calculations and write the answers onto a new file. Any good ideas ? Thanks

This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
Have something to contribute to this discussion? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules.