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Purchase  Here(Copy the Link and Paste Below in Your browser) Description The Assignment: You will implement and test a revised sequence class that uses a dynamic array to store the items. Purposes: Ensure that you can write a small class that uses a dynamic array as a private member variable. Before Starting: Read all of Chapter 4 (textbook or slides). Due Date: If you have problems, late work will be accepted before Friday with no penalties. Late work may be submitted on Saturday or Sunday with 5% penalty per day. No work will be accepted after Sunday. How to Turn In: Files to be submitted: source code (*.cpp, *.cxx, *.h, see below for details) and the text file (a *.txt file or *.pdf file) showing the running output results using seq_ex2.cxx. Please don’t send your excutable files. Please submit your files to, with the subject line “CSc212 Assignment 3“. Programming files that you must write and turn in: sequence2.h: The header file for the new sequence class. Actually, you don’t have to write much of this file. Just start with our version and add your name and other information at the top. If some of your member functions are implemented as inline functions, then you may put those implementations in this file too. By the way, you might want to compare this header file with your first sequence header file (sequence1.h) . The new version no longer has a CAPACITY constant because the items are stored in a dynamic array that grows as needed. But there is a DEFAULT_CAPACITY constant, which provides the initial size of the array for a sequence created by the default constructor. sequence2.cxx: The implementation file for the new sequence class. You will write all of this file, which will have the implementations of all the sequence’s member functions. Other files that you may find helpful (but you do not need to turn in): sequence_test.cxx: This is in fact the same interactive test program that you used with the earlier sequence. 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