I think what you need is structs.
Here is an example:
//usual intro stuff
using namespace std;
//create a struct for our account type
//this is where initialize the data variables for an account
//create an array of type "account"
//size 20, for example
//set the number and amount value for the first account
//remember that account one is at position 0 in the array
acc_list.number = 123456;
acc_list.amount = 312.48;
//repeat for the second acount (position 1 in the array)
acc_list.number = 98765;
acc_list.amount = 234.22;
//print out to test
//i only used the dollar sign because the pound sign won't
cout<<"Account 1: $"<<acc_list.amount<<endl;
cout<<"Account 2: $"<<acc_list.amount<<endl;
//pause so we can see the result
//only for windows/DOS
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