Need Help generating an array

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    Need Help generating an array

    I have this sample code that my instructor gave so I can be able to create a program similar for extra points

    Code:
    #include<stdio.h>
    /*Put the Prototype here */
    #define NUMINTS 10
    int main(void)
    { int values[NUMINTS]={5,10,30,42,18,24,50,88,62,99};
    int skey=0,n,index;
    printf("\nEnter Search Key ID or -1 to terminate: ");
    scanf("%i",&skey);
    while(skey!=-1)
    { if ((index=seqsearch(values,NUMINTS,skey))==-1) 
    printf("\nNo match found for: %i \n",skey);
    else
    printf("\nValue: %i found at index %i\n", skey,index);
    printf("\nEnter Search Key ID or -1 to terminate: ");
    scanf("%i",&skey);
    }
    puts("\nGOODBYE\n");
    return 0;
    } //END MAIN Function definitions come next
    Now I am not sure what is wrong with it but i get 2 errors and I been trying to fix it.
    Error 1 error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol _seqsearch referenced in function _main Array.obj

    Error 2 fatal error LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals F:\Csci 180\Assignment5\Debug\Assignment5.exe


    This program will help with my extra pt assignment:
    Write a program which performs the following actions:
    1) Generates an array with 100 integers with random values between 1 and 1000.
    2) Sort the array (using either selection sort or bubble sort)
    3) print the sorted array
    4) Ask the user for a number to search for
    5) Search the array with binary search.
    6) Indicate whether or not the value was found.
    7) repeat steps 4-6 until the user enters -1 for the search value

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    this sample code has a horrible indentation. It is unreadable.

    The linker just told you that you have forgotten to write a function that will do all the work for you
    The first 90% of a project takes 90% of the time,
    the last 10% takes the other 90% of the time.

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    Fix your indentation, and do what your homework asks. It's incomplete code, it's not meant to compile right now. You have to start filling in the blanks. Your error messages should help tell you what you need to do.


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    well for one it is NOT homework the semester is over..its extra credit and this code came from the instructor's notes which was suppose to be done and there to help with the extra credit. there is no fill in the blank from what i understood..and it was okay to use any if not all of the code to help with prog.
    Thank u all anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msbrownsugah View Post
    well for one it is NOT homework the semester is over
    That's funny...
    Quote Originally Posted by msbrownsugah View Post
    ..its extra credit and this code came from the instructor's notes which was suppose to be done
    Sure sounds like homework to me.


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    Where it says "Put a prototype here", you will be expected to put a prototype, I'm sure.

    And if you have to put a prototype there, and call a function, then you'll need to write that function, of course.

    We don't do a lot of that type of help here, because we'd be completely buried in it by students, please understand.

    Post back when you have a more specific question about this.

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    yes I completely understand ..I went to the "source" ...my instructor ..and I was able to get it corrected so thanks for responses..

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