In a part to one of our assignments we were to use an array (that represents classes) and the user needs to be able to pick..lets say..Classes and get rid of it. But if the array is holding 8 spots, the program needs to be able to pick it out of the middle and get rid of it. And shift any following data over to the previous element.
*in basic terms, because i don't feel it's necessary to show all struct's i had before, and previously they were able to tell you how many classes they had.*
cout<<"Which class would you like to get rid of?"<<endl; cin>>I; I--; for(I= ;I<Classes.length()-1;I++) ??
and this is where i get caught thinking of a for loop to adjust to the size. And I've been informed that a bubble sort isn't necessary.