SOS, HomeWork in Linked Lists !

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    Post SOS, HomeWork in Linked Lists !

    /*** Happy New Year ***/
    Salut Tout le Monde, Hello Everybody !
    well, excuse me, i had this Home Work and i strembled Much doing it, Please help me for doing it fully and with comments.
    i need someone help me in it immediatly, seriously, PLEASE !!!
    here it is :

    " To enable users to manipulate the natural numbers,
    the computer offers a variety of types to represent
    and stored in memory as type int. Unfortunately, all
    types have proposed a limited capacity (eg int = 64 bits) which
    limit the maximum number handled.
    To resolve this problem, we propose to represent
    natural numbers as lists linear chainées each
    number is stored in a list of links. Each link is
    stored a figure representing a number of representative:

    Exemple X = 523462

    "Head of the list" -> 2 -> 6 -> 4 -> 3 -> 2 -> 5 -> NULL .

    It is clear that this model can represent the natural numbers, whatever their size.
    Writing in C, a program that:
    1. Read a string representing a natural number from the keyboard and turn it into an LLC as the previous model,
    2. Multiply the number represented in the LLC by ten (10)
    3. Divide the number represented in the LLC by ten (10)
    4. Compare two numbers represented as llcs (result =,> or <)
    5. Add a number represented in the LLC to another.

    Example of the desired execution

    Give a number:
    For Example: 93667578465277709513532461261
    What would you do:
    1: Multiply by 10
    2: Divide by 103: Compare with another number
    4: Add a number
    Choice? 1
    The number is: 936675784652777095135324612610
    Choice? 4
    Give the number to add: 637
    The number is: 936675784652777095135324612613247
    Choice? ... Etc. "
    Please help me Seriously and Imediatly, My Prayers for EveryOne want to Help me even with single a Word .
    Last edited by 4xMpL; 12-31-2008 at 05:41 PM.

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    Fried chicken for everybody!
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    Merci, Thank you !

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    More than 20 Reader and just 1 Message,,,????
    Please, help me, i beg you all, Help me .

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    This just what i could do, i don't know how to move up, Please help me, i need HELP !!!

    " /* * Premier TP Sur LLCs * */

    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<conio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h>
    #include<string.h>

    /**************** Loading ******************/
    {

    }

    /******************* Multiplication **************/
    {

    }

    /******************** Division *************************/

    {

    }

    /**************************** Comparing *****************/

    {

    }

    /***************** l'Ajout **************************/

    main()

    typedef struct Nombre {
    int a, b;
    int *Str;
    } Struct1, Struct2

    main()

    {

    switch (char) {

    case '1':

    case '2':

    case '3':

    case '4':

    case '5':


    }

    } " .

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    That's a pretty blank source right there. Try filling it in and then ask about any problems or errors you get. Do the assignment step by step.

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    can't someone teach me, Please !

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    can someone give me a little of his Precious Time, Please !
    Help me, Please .

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    wow, the most pathetic (literally) thread in a while.

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    Please can you help me?
    SVP, S ke vous pouvez d'aide moi?

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    No, not until you guessed my native language (and maybe not even then).

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    i don't know, but i'm from Algeria and my name is Nahla .

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    I am not .

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    sorry, i just want to say: if you want help me so just do it and i will Pray for you for more Success for you.
    i'm very tired, i didNt took sleep yet, i hope i come tommorrow and get The Full Solution, Love&Peace .

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    Look around on the forum. Read the other threads.

    Please help me for doing it fully and with comments.
    i need someone help me in it immediatly, seriously, PLEASE !!!
    That's not how it works here.

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