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Write a C++ program to help the Administration of a football league to manipulate the list of players registered in different teams. There are 26 teams participating in the league, each is denoted by a letter in the range A to Z. Each team can have 11 players at most. The information of all teams' players are stored in a text file named 'players.dat'. Each line from the input file contains the details of one player; where the player's details include his first-name and family- name, the age (in years), and the team's letter (from the range A-Z).

The intended program will perform the following tasks:
* Continuously displaying a menu for the user until the user selects 'X' (or 'x') to exit the program. The menu provides 4 options: Add Player (A or a), Team Inquiry (I or i), Print Statistics (P or p), and Exit (X or x).

* When the 'Add Player' operation is selected, the main function will ask the user to provide all the information of the new player, then it calls a user-defined function named addPlayer(...) to add the player to the file. Before the record is added to the file, two things must be checked:

o The provided team-letter must be in the range A-Z. This must be validated via another user- defined function named teamCodeIsValid(...); and a suitable error message should be displayed by the function addPlayer(...) if the letter is invalid.

o The number of the players in the specified team must be less than 11 before adding the new player. This must be counted and returned via another user-define function named countPlayers(...); and a suitable error message should be displayed if the team is already full.

 When the 'Team Inquiry' operation is selected, the main function should ask the user to provide the letter of the desired team, then it calls a user-defined function (named displayTeam(...)) to display the details and the number of all players in the team. If the specified team has no players at all, then the function displayTeam(...) should display a suitable notification to the user.

 When the 'Print Statistics' operation is selected, the main function will call a user-defined function named printStat(...) to display a statistical report which shows the number of players in each team (see sample output). HINT: CONSIDER USING THE FUNCTION countPlayers(...).

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Welcome new member. A few things.

  1. Always make a good title to your post. Few will ever open a post titled like this.
  2. Your post looks like an assignment. Maybe you meant you wanted to hire a team to produce an app.

Clear up what you meant and how much you are paying for this app along with license terms.

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