The program should make use of functions, linked list, structures, arrays, pointers, and
data files (input and output files). It should be able to do the following:
Add record, delete record, update record, Sorting & Searching (on both string and
numbers), triggers, and alert messages among others…
Any program type :
but including the rules above. Come on my frds. rock on this challenge i know you can do it.
Why the unnecessary restrictions? Besides the linked list, you won't get around using all of these anyway and using a linked list should depend on whether a particular implementation you had in mind actually needs it.
Aside from that, it's not really that much of a challenge and especially not fun.
That's the kind of work one has to do every day anyway.
Its a basic step to maintain database not challenging work for any one who have little knowledge of this short off programming so you need read book.
First try your self then if you get any problem then feel free too definitely some kind enough here to help you.
Use code tag to post your code and mention point of your problem rather then simplly leaving your code. Hope you understand
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