Re: Can u help me??

"osmium" <>
Sat, 13 May 2006 07:50:12 -0700
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Using arrays and structs create a telephone list. The list should
include name, phone number and address of each subscriber. Your program
will prompt the user to choose one of the options given below:
a-Look for a phone number
b-Look for a name
c-Add a new record
d-Update phone number
If the first option is chosen, your program will get a name and find
and print the corresponding phone number and address

If the second option is chosen, a number is provided and the program
finds and prints the name and address.

If the third option is selected, a new entry including name, number and
address is added to the list. You should create a large enough array at
the beginning and keep track of the number of records in it. Initially
the list will be empty

The fourth option makes it possible to update a phone number given the
related name.

That sounds pretty straight forward, what part are you having a problem
Eventually, you will need a menu to tie all this together. I suggest you
defer the menu, get the four functions working individually first, then do
the menu thing. Clearly the add record has to be written first since the
other functions depend on it.

How about this:

struct Record
   string name
   string number
   string address

Record db[100]; // db - database

Keep things simple. Example: name is smith, not Charles Smith.Address is
main, maple, elm, not 1300 N. Main Street. After you get it working you can
make it pretty and cuddly.

Compile and test often. The less you type the less mistakes you will make.

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