C programming problem

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    C programming problem

    This program has to handle a retail company's inventory control system. I am supposed to create a singly linked list to store and manipulate a company's inventory product records. Basically each node in a linked list is a struct that contains a product's name, and unit price, and quantity in stock. In addition each node has a pinter, called pNext, that points to the next node int he list. The last node's pNext should be NULL. How am I to implement teh function prototypes?

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <string.h>
    #include "irecord.h"

    int iNum,i;
    char Name[NAMESIZE];
    double dValue;

    Node *pMyList=NULL;
    Node *pNewNode=NULL;

    printf("Welcome to the Linked List
    printf("Enter the number of records
    you want to input ");
    printf("\nThanks. You entered %d\n\n",

    for (i=0; i<iNum; I++)

    pNewNode=CreateNode(Name, dValue,
    printf("Thank you.\n\n");
    printf("Here is your list:\n");

    return 0;

    Node* CreateNode(char *eName, double dPrice,int iQuantity);
    return NULL;
    int InsertNode(Node **ppList, Node *pNode);
    return 1;
    int ShowList(Node*pList);
    return 1;
    int RemoveAll(Node **ppList);
    return 1;
    int DeleteFirst(Node **ppList,char *eName);
    return 1;
    int IncrementQuantity(Node *pList, char *eName,
    int iIncrement);
    return 1;
    int ShowCheaperProducts(Node *pList, double
    int dPrice);
    return 1;

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    ATH0 quzah's Avatar
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    How about you search for linked lists? No one is going to do your homework for you. Especially since it's been done a hundred times already here...

    Additionally, you have a bad habbit of using ( when you mean to use {. You'll want to correct that.

    Hope is the first step on the road to disappointment.

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