this may be one of "those" strange questions again. I've been taking a (beginner) C++ class for the for the past 4 months.
My first homework assignment (Histogram Equalization) ended up to be a decent grade. However, the program wasn't very efficient and "clean". Too much "passing one value to another".
I now have the need to re-use the structure of my 1st program for my final assignment. When looking at the file, there's a bunch of "stuff" in there that could be streamlined. There's some stuff in there that I can't make sense of any longer (I know, I know.... if I can't make sense of you, how could you.... -- still an experienced programmer may understand what's going on).
I've posted the "framework" CPP at the following location:
All UNNESSARY STUFF should be removed. The only thing that I need to do is processing an image file and created a 2nd image with "histogram equalizaiton". I've removed all non-pertaining stuff from the file already (incl. declarations). So, it pretty much leaves only the functions.
Once that's done I insert the "read file" and "output file" later on. I just wanted it out of the way for right now.
Again, this may be one of those "weird questions" again. Any help would be greatly appreciated so that I can begin working on my final project, using the streamlined CPP as my foundation.