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This is a discussion on ignore within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I am just posting my code for a friend to see Code: //////////////////// //Daniel Pritchett// // COP 1220 // // ...

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    ignore

    I am just posting my code for a friend to see

    Code:
        ////////////////////
       //Daniel Pritchett//
      //   COP 1220     //
     //   11-2-02      //
    ////////////////////
    /*
    This program will first ask the user for the term, then it will present 3 choices
    to pick from.  Either imput the information to a file, output the information
    from the first file to a report, or quit.  This all is looped so that when the user is
    finished with one choice, they will be able to re-chose again.
    */
    #include <iostream>
    #include <fstream>
    #include <string>
    #include <iomanip>
    
    
    using namespace std;
    
    void OutputInfo(ofstream & outFile1, string & SSN, string & LastName, string & FirstName, string & semester,
    				string & Email, int & choice, int & students, int & ReferenceNum, int RefNum[]);
    void ReportOutput(ifstream & InFile, ofstream & outFile2, string SSN, string LastName, string FirstName, 
    				  string & semester, string & Email, int choice, int students, int ReferenceNum, int RefNum[]);
    
    
    int main ()
    {
    
    	string SSN, LastName, FirstName, semester, Email ;
    	int choice, students, ReferenceNum;
    	int RefNum[3];
    	
    	RefNum[0] = 111111;
    	RefNum[1] = 222222;
    	RefNum[2] = 333333;
    
    	ofstream outFile1;
    	ofstream outFile2;
    	ifstream inFile;
    
    	outFile1.open("a:sdntnfo.dat", ios::out);
    	inFile.open("a:sdntnfo.dat", ios::in);
    	outFile2.open("a:Record.txt", ios::out);
    
    	cout << "Please enter the Class term: ";
    	cin >> semester;
    	//heading
    	outFile2 << setw(6) << "Introduction to C"
    			<< setw(5) <<"\nTerm:" << semester;
    
    	//loops so that the user can re-chose what operation they would like to do.
    	do
    	{
    		cout << "\nWould you like to\n1: Enter Student information\n"
    		<<"2: Read from file and create report"
    		<< "\n3: Quit\n";
    	cin >> choice;
    	switch(choice)
    	{
    		//outputs the first file, student database
    	case (1):
    		OutputInfo(outFile1, SSN, LastName, FirstName, semester, 
    			Email, choice, students, ReferenceNum, RefNum);
    		break;
    
    		//generates reference number organized file
    	case (2):
    		
    		ReportOutput(inFile, outFile2,  SSN,  LastName,  FirstName, 
    				   semester,  Email, choice,  students,  ReferenceNum,  RefNum);
    	
        break;
    
    	//quits
    	case(3):
    		exit(0);
    
    	//default, exits switch and displays switch options 
    	default:
    		cout << "\nYou did not enter a valid choise, please enter correct choice!";
    		break;
    	}
    	}
    	while(choice != 3);   //end of do...while statemet
    
    	outFile1.close();
    	inFile.close();
    	outFile2.close();
    
    	return 0;
    }
    
    void OutputInfo(ofstream & outFile1, string & SSN, string & LastName, string & FirstName, string & semester,
    				string & Email, int & choice, int & students, int & ReferenceNum, int RefNum[])
    {
    
    	cout << "\nHow many students are you entering?";
    		cin >> students;
    		while(students != 0)
    		{
    
    		cout << "\nEnter the student's nine digit ID number: ";
    		cin >> SSN;
    		outFile1 << SSN;
    		cout << "\nEnter the student's First and Last Name: ";
    		cin >> FirstName >> LastName;
    		outFile1 << " " << LastName << " " << FirstName;
    		cout << "\nEnter the student's e-mail@mdcc.edu: ";
    			cin >> Email;
    			outFile1 << " " << Email;
    		cout << "\nEnter the student's Reference number: "
    			 <<"(note, only 111111, 222222, and 333333 are valid.\n)";
    		cin >> ReferenceNum;
    
    		//tests to see if number is correct
    		while((ReferenceNum!=RefNum[0]) && (ReferenceNum!=RefNum[1]) && (ReferenceNum!=RefNum[2]))
    		{
    			cout << "\nYou have entered an invalid number, please enter a correct one: ";
    			cin >> ReferenceNum;
    		} 
    		outFile1 << " " << ReferenceNum << endl;
    		
    		students--;
    		}
    		
    
    }
    
    
    void ReportOutput(ifstream & inFile, ofstream & outFile2, string SSN, string LastName, string FirstName, 
    				  string & semester, string & Email, int choice, int students, int ReferenceNum, int RefNum[])
    {	
    	 if (!inFile)
    		{
    			cerr << "File could not be opened" << endl;
    			exit(1);
    		}
    
    	   if (inFile==NULL)
    	   {
    		   cout<<"The file does not exist";
    		   exit(0);
    	   }
    
    
    	outFile2 << "\n\n\nReference Number  " << RefNum[0] << endl;
    	outFile2 << "\n\n\nSSN" << right << setw(20) << right << setw(20) << "Last"
    			<< right << setw(20) << "First  " << right << setw(20) << "E-mail@mdcc.edu\n";
    	
    	while (!inFile.eof())
    		{
    		inFile >> SSN >> LastName >> FirstName >> Email >> ReferenceNum;
    
    	if(ReferenceNum==RefNum[0])
    		{
    		outFile2 << right << SSN << right << setw(17) << LastName << right 
    			 << setw(16) << FirstName << right << setw(20) << Email;
    		break;
    		}
    		}
    	inFile.seekg(0, ios::beg);
    
    	int n;
    	for(n = 0; n!=40; n++)
    	{outFile2 << "\n";}
    
    		outFile2 << "Reference Number" << RefNum[1] << endl;
    		outFile2 << "\n\n\nSSN" << right << setw(20) << right << setw(20) << "Last"
    			<< right << setw(20) << "First  " << right << setw(20) << "E-mail@mdcc.edu\n";
    
    	while (!inFile.eof())
    		{
    	inFile >> SSN >> LastName >> FirstName >> Email >> ReferenceNum;
    
    	if(ReferenceNum==RefNum[0])
    		{
    		outFile2 << right << SSN << right << setw(17) << LastName << right 
    			 << setw(16) << FirstName << right << setw(20) << Email;
    		break;
    		}
    		}
    	inFile.seekg(0, ios::beg);
    
    	for(n = 0; n!=40; n++)
    	{outFile2 << "\n";}
    		outFile2 << "Reference Number" << RefNum[2] << endl;
    		outFile2 << "\n\n\nSSN" << right << setw(20) << right << setw(20) << "Last"
    			<< right << setw(20) << "First  " << right << setw(20) << "E-mail@mdcc.edu\n";
    
    	while (!inFile.eof())
    		{
    		inFile >> SSN >> LastName >> FirstName >> Email >> ReferenceNum;
    
    	if(ReferenceNum==RefNum[0])
    		{
    		outFile2 << right << SSN << right << setw(17) << LastName << right 
    			 << setw(16) << FirstName << right << setw(20) << Email;
    		break;
    		}
    		}
    }

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    Re: ignore

    Originally posted by indigo0086
    I am just posting my code for a friend to see
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