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    Database

    Can you please please please help me,

    I am looking for a C++ Database that will let me add, delete and edit people's
    names, addresses, telephone numbers, fax number and e-mail address.

    Can you help as soon as possible please?

    Steve.

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    Well, I'm looking for the cure for illeteracy, maybe you can help by learning how to read:
    1. Don't expect someone to write your entire program.
    2. Check to see if your question has been answered (use the search feature and read the FAQ!)
    3. Use a descriptive title (not just "C" or "C++"; make it specific).
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    5. Let dead posts lie; don't bump old messages without a reason or they will likely be deleted.
    6. Post your code. If you don't have any, ask where to start; do not for the program to be written for you.
    7. Don't type anything in all CAPS.
    8. Don't ask for a personal email - the board will send an email when a post is replied to if you desire. Use that and check back when you get a reply; the board moves messages up. As well, it will actually send the text of the response to you.
    9. Post once: don't keep pressing post. Duplicates will be deleted.
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    12. Disparaging remarks without provocation and unsolicited advertisements will be immediately removed. Don't waste your time, and don't waste my time. By the way, you can't make $6000 from $6 dollars.

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    I know this might not help at all, but I felt like posting it anyways.

    #include <iostream>
    #include <fstream.h>
    #include <conio.h>
    #include <string>

    int main(int argv, char *argc[])
    {
    string name;
    unsigned short int age;
    cout << "Input your name: ";
    cin >> name;
    cout << "Input your age: ";
    cin >> age;


    ofstream x("Database");
    x << "Name: " << name;
    x << "Age: " << age;
    x.close();
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    gb, why do you refuse to use code tags . . . are you looking for a cause or something?

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