# Lecture 25 – Apr 13th, 2020

## Setup

- Log in to clyde.
`$ cp -r ~steve/ex/funptr .`

## Task

Look at

`fold.c`

. The`foldl()`

function at the top of the file is an instance of a fold. It takes an array of integers (and its size), an initial value, and a pointer to a function of two`int`

s that returns an`int`

. It iterates through the array, applying the function to`initial`

and the next element in the list, updating`initial`

each time.Write a function

`add`

such that`foldl(num, arr, 0, add)`

computes the sum of the`num`

integers in`arr`

. Have`main`

print out the result of that.- Write a function
`mult`

that you can use with`foldl`

to produce the project of all the integers in the array. Print that result out too. - Do the same thing but with
`min`

and`max`

to compute the minimum and maximum. You may want to use`INT_MIN`

and`INT_MAX`

. Write a function

`print`

that you can use with`foldl`

to print out (via`printf(3)`

) each of the elements in the array.When you run your code, you should get something like this.

`$ ./fold array: -8 2 5 19 20 -72 sum: -34 product: 2188800 min: -72 max: 20`

- Look at
`courses.c`

. Add your other courses to the array. Implement the appropriate comparison functions to be used with`qsort(3)`

to sort the list of courses by (1) start time, (2) department and number, and (3) department and number but have CSCI courses first. Print out the course list after sorting by each of these using the provided`print_courses()`

.