I have existing C++ code that needs to be ported to the Mac. The currently code runs on the PC. There are two programs to port, but the programs are very similar. They differ mainly in the structure of the database (a flat file) that is read by the software - and the way that the information in that file is interpreted and displayed by the programs.
The programs are both designed for the college classroom. They are designed to enhance visual learning. The programs display images on the screen and ask the user to type responses based on what is displayed. The images are stored in the a sub-directory as jpg files. The acceptable responses are in the flat file. [It is a bit more complex than this, but this gives you the basic idea.] The program also tracks the user's responses and computes percent correct answer, and percent complete.
All of the above features already exist in the PC version, and are working correctly. I only need the programs ported to the Mac.
You can download a free trial of a similar, but more complex program here:
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This will be a commercial program, so the code needs to work flawlessly.