Dogs do not age at the same rate as humans. Write a program that converts the age of a dog to the equivalent for a human.
The Magic 8 Ball is a toy used for fortune-telling or seeking advice, manufactured by Mattel and developed in the 1950s. Often used in fiction and for humour related to it giving very accurate, very inaccurate, or otherwise statistically improbable.
In the bygone days videos and films were rented from shops on reflective pieces of plastic and magnetic rolls of ribbon. This is a software development task and an implementation task. (Taken from OCR 2507 Task 1 Jun 2006)
A cellular automaton is a collection of “colored” cells on a grid of specified shape that evolves through a number of discrete time steps according to a set of rules based on the states of neighboring cells.
Write a Etch A Sketch program that recreates the popular 70s/80s Etch A Sketch toy.
An Examination Centre number and determines whether it is an overseas or a UK Centre. This is an algorithm trace task. No implementation is required. (OCR 2507 Task 2 Jun 2007)
This algorithm uses one procedure and five functions and implements a stack. (Taken from OCR 2507 Task 2 Jun 2008)
Follow the Mystery algorithm and record what it does. (OCR 2507 Task 4 Jun 2008)
The dice simulator and subsequent dice playing game is probably the most exciting GCSE coursework ever.
In this task you should use libraries such as Cheetah and Plotly to analyse data for a game or competition producing useful statistics and chats that could be used by a Pundit.
Courses at a university consist of modules. This is a software development task and an implementation task. (Taken from OCR 2507 Task 1 Jun 2005)
This is an algorithm trace task involving 2D Arrays. No implementation is required. (OCR 2507 Task 2 Jun 2005)