I was trying to create a simple struct array database that would be able to look up a user id and print out there first name, last name and age. So I've created a text file with 10 simple names ...here is my code ...can any one help me with this ...

//my code
//

#include "stdafx.h"
#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
#include <string>
using namespace std; 

struct namesOfTen
	{
		string fName;
		string lName;
		int age;
		int id;
	} tenNamesId[10];
void seqOrderedSearch (const namesOfTen& list, int searchItem);
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
{
	

	ifstream inFile;
	ofstream outFile;
    
	inFile.open("C:\\Comp220\\names_10_ch11.txt");\\this is where my text file is located

	if(!inFile)
    {
        cout << "input file not found\n\n";
        return 1;
    }
	
	for (int i=0; i < 10; i++)
{
	inFile >> tenNamesId[i].fName;
	inFile >> tenNamesId[i].lName;
	inFile >> tenNamesId[i].age;
	inFile >> tenNamesId[i].id;
}
	inFile.close();

cout<<"Please enter user ID"<<endl;
cin>>tenNamesId[2].id;



	return 0;
}
int seqOrderedSearch (const namesOfTen& list, int searchItem)
	{
		int loc;
		bool found = false;
		
		for (loc = 0; loc < tenNamesId.id ; loc++)
			if (list.id[loc] == searchItem)
			{
				found = true;
				break;
			}
			if (found)
				return 
				cout<<"First Name:"<<tenNamesId.fName<<"Last Name:"<<tenNamesId.lName
				<<"Age:"<<tenNamesId.age<<endl;
			else 
				return -1;
	}

1. Use code tags:
[code=c++] your code

[/code]
2. You don't understand a role of "stdafx.h" header in VC++. Place all system header includes in stdafx.h, not in your cpp modules:

stdafx.h:
...
#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
#include <string>
// TODO: reference additional headers your program requires here

yourcppfile.cpp:
#include "stdafx.h"
// may be another your header files:
#include "myheaderfile.h"
...

3. To pass an array to the function:

int seqOrderedSearch (const namesOfTen list[], int n, int searchItem)
{
    int loc;
    for (loc = 0; loc < n && list[loc].id != searchItem, ++loc)
        ;
    return loc < n? loc: -1;
}

Never believe to unspecified array sizes or other arbitrary assumptions...
4. Never print anything in search et al utility functions (except for debugging). Let high level caller prints results...