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A large number of student responses to questions on a
multiple-choice examination are to be processed by a
program that you will write.
The input to your program will consist of
the correct answers to the exam questions
the actual student responses (assume that there can be no
more than 500 students).
The responses //sample file provided to use (called
exams.dat) (blank spaces are unanswered question)
ABDEBBAC D
ABCE CACED
DCE AEDC
ABCEB ACED
BBCEDBACED
DBCE CACED
ABCE CA E
BBE CACED
CBCEDBACED
Note that for every exam question there are precisely 6
possible answers: A, B, C, D, E and blank.
The last case is to allow the possibility of a student not
responding at all to a question.
Since the student answers are to be read in from a file,
you should echo the data on to the computer display
screen as it is being read.
The output from your program will consist of
a complete listing of the students\' scores (the number of
correct answers, incorrect answers, and blank answers);
these may be given by student number (as illustrated
below).
a second listing, like the one shown below, which
illustrates how the group as a whole answered each
question on the examination.
Here is how the output from your program should appear
when executed:

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Welcome to Exam Analysis. Lets begin ...
Please type the correct answers to the exam questions,
one right after the other: ABCEDBACED
//underlined (your input)
What is the name of the file containing each student\'s
responses to the 10 questions? exams.dat
Student #1\'s responses: ABDEBBAC D
Student #2\'s responses: ABCE CACED
Student #3\'s responses: DCE AEDC
Student #4\'s responses: ABCEB ACED
Student #5\'s responses: BBCEDBACED
Student #6\'s responses: DBCE CACED
Student #7\'s responses: ABCE CA E
Student #8\'s responses: BBE CACED
Student #9\'s responses: ABCEDBACED
We have reached end of file!
Thank you for the data on 9 students. Here\'s the analysis:
Student # Correct Incorrect Blank
~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~
1 7 2 1
2 8 1 1
{ the whole table should be filled in}
9 10 0 0
QUESTION ANALYSIS (* marks the correct response)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Question #1:
A* B C D E
Blank
4 2 1 1 0 1
44.4% 22.2% 11.1% 11.1% 0.0% 11.1%
Question #2:
A B* C D E Blank
etc. be sure to fill in the entire table

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A large number of student responses to questions on a multiple-choice examination are to be processed by a program that you will write. The input to your program will consist of the correct answers to the exam questions the actual student responses (assume that there can be no more than 500 students). The responses //sample file provided to use (called exams.dat) (blank spaces are unanswered question) ABDEBBAC D ABCE CACED DCE AEDC ABCEB ACED BBCEDBACED DBCE CACED ABCE CA E BBE CACED CBCEDBACED Note that for every exam question there are precisely 6 possible answers: A, B, C, D, E and blank. The last case is to allow the possibility of a student not responding at all to a question. Since the student answers are to be read in from a file, you should “echo” the data on to the computer display screen as it is being read. The output from your program will consist of a complete listing of the students \' scores (the number of correct answers, incorrect answers, and blank answers); these may be given by student number (as illustrated below). a second listing, like the one shown below, which illustrates how the group as a whole answered each question on the examination. Here is how the output from your program should appear when executed: Welcome to Exam Analysis. Let’s begin ... Please type the correct answers to the exam questions, one right after the other: ABCEDBACED //underlined (your input) What is the name of the file containing each student \'s responses to the 10 qu ...
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