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  • Due on: Thu 26 Sep, 2013 (08:21pm)
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  • Importing Existing Source Code Files
    This example shows how to import three existing files (BookRecord.h,
    BookRecord.cpp, and BookInventory.cpp files.) into your compiler. 
    Using Microsoft Visual C++
    1. Open Microsoft Visual C++ and create a new empty console application project,
    and name the project BookInventory.
    2. Delete the BookInventory.cpp file that was created located in the Source Files
    folder. Right click on the file and select Remove.
    3. Extract the files from ZIP file and place them in your newly created project
    4. Right click on the Header Files folder located in the left panel. Select Add >
    Existing File. Then browse the folders on your computer to select the
    BookRecord.h file. Perform this step two additional times to add the
    BookRecord.cpp and BookInventory.cpp files to the Source Files folder.
    5. Add the following include at the top of each .cpp file:
    #include “stdafx.h”
    6. Compile and run the program. If your console window closes before you can look
    at the output place the following line before the return statement in the function
    cout << “Press any key to continue.” << endl;

  • Book Inventory- This program provides an example on how to use common list operations in the C++ Standard Template Library (STL), such as iterators and adding and deleting elements from a list.

  • File Operations- This program provides a partial implementation on how to read and write data from a standard text file.
  • Random String- This program provides an example that generate a random string of letters.
  • Text Line Parse- This program provides and example on how to extract a single character command (e.g. 'A', 'E', 'O', 'U', 'Y') and two numbers from a given line of user entered text.

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