Construct a library Time that contains the time-conversion functions (given a number of seconds, returns the equivalent number of minutes; given the number of minutes, returns the equivalent number of hours; given the number of hours, returns the equivalent number of days; given the number of seconds, returns the equivalent number of days). Write a driver program to test your library.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 6:06 pm ad1c9bdddf
First compile the library file
gcc -c myTime.c
this will create myTime.o
then simply do
gcc -o test testTime.c myTime.o
remember that the header file myTime.h containing the signatures of the functions should be included in your test driver file
Here is the code file
/* To compile the functions into a library ...
Three source code files will show you how to write appropriate functions to convert different time scales/metrics. This can be useful in
a) code to write software clock or watch
b) understanding of how to use multiple files for a single project
c) understanding of the use of header files
This will show how to compile multiple files into one executable file.
Calculation and conversion of time given in hours, minutes and seconds
1- inputs a time duration in hours, minutes, and seconds;
2-calculates the equivalent total number of seconds;
3-recalculates the hours, minutes, and seconds from the total;
4-displays the values of the hours, minutes, seconds, and total seconds.
1-The program must be otherwise formatted and documented
2-The program should contain a single method, main
3-The program should declare 4 variables, hours, minutes, seconds, and totalSeconds, all of type int. You may declare at most 1 additional variable for temporary usage. No other variable are allowed.
4- The program should declare and use exactly 2 constants, MIN_PER_HR and SEC_PER_MIN (minutes per hour and seconds per minute)
5-The input statement(s) must be preceded by a suitable prompt(s).
6-The output produced by your program should be a single line