Hello everyone,

I need to load a multi-word strings from a file to a linked list in one of my programs, and i'm not sure how to do that.

my text file looks like this- (the name of the text file is: names.txt)

Linda

Martinho

Marla

Jose

Mary

Luka

Joseph

Thiago

Ruba

here is some of my code so far...

```
#include <iostream>
#include <cassert>
#include <String>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
using namespace std;
template <class TYPE>
struct NODE
{
TYPE data; //Data Item
NODE<TYPE> *next;
};
template<class TYPE>
class multiword
{
protected:
int count; //Variable to store the values of the numbers
NODE<TYPE> *first; //pointer to the first NODE
public:
class NotFound {};
void Initialize(); //Initialize the list with no values
bool Empty(); //Check if the list is empty
void Destroy();
void fillNames(ifstream& inFile, multiword<TYPE>& cList); //Delete every value of the list
int binarysearch(const TYPE& item); //Binary search
void additem(const TYPE& add); //Add a value
void Insertion(); //Insertion
void display(); //Display
multiword(); //Constructor(no-arg)
~multiword(); //Destructor
};
template<class TYPE>
void multiword<TYPE>::fillNames(ifstream& inFile, multiword<TYPE>& cList)
{
string firstN;
int i;
TYPE temp;
const int number = 10
for(i = 0; i < number; i++)
{
inFile>>firstN;
temp.setName(firstN);
cList.insertAt(i, temp);
}
}
template<class TYPE> //Check if the list is empty
bool multiword<TYPE>::Empty()
{
return(first == NULL);
}
template<class TYPE> //Constructor
multiword<TYPE>::multiword()
{
first = NULL;
count = 0;
}
template<class TYPE> //Destructor
multiword<TYPE>::~multiword()
{
Destroy();
}
template<class TYPE>
void multiword<TYPE>::Insertion()
{
nodeType<TYPE> *lastInOrder;
nodeType<TYPE> *firstOutOfOrder;
nodeType<TYPE> *current;
nodeType<TYPE> *trailCurrent;
lastInOrder = first;
if(first = NULL)
cerr << "Cannot sort an empty list." << endl;
else
if(first->link == NULL)
cout << "The list of length1, it is already in order." << endl;
else
while(lastInOrder->link !=NULL)
{
firstOutOfOrder = lastInOrder->link;
if(firstOutOfOrder->info < first->info)
{
lastInOrder->link = firstOutOfOrder->link;
firstOutOfOrder->link = first;
first = firstOutOfOrder;
}
else
{
trailCurrent = first;
current = first->link;
while(current->info < firstOutOfOrder->info)
{
trailCurrent = current;
current = current ->link;
}
if(current != firstOutOfOrder)
{
lastInOrder->link = firstOutOfOrder->link;
firstOutOfOrder->link = current;
trailCurrent->link = firstOufOfOrder;
}
else
lastInOrder = lastInOrder->link
}
}
}
template<class TYPE>
int multiword<TYPE>::binarysearch(const TYPE& item)
{
int first = 0;
int last = length -1;
int mid;
bool found = false;
while(first <= last && !found)
{
mid = (first + last) / 2;
if(list[mid] == item)
found = true;
else
if(list[mid] > item)
last = mid -1;
else
first = mid + 1;
}
if(found)
return mid;
else
return -1;
}
template<class TYPE> //Destroy every element on the list
void multiword<TYPE>::Destroy()
{
NODE<TYPE> *temp; //deallocates memory
while(first != NULL) //while there are value in the list
{
temp = first; //set temp to the first value in the list
first = first->next; //put first to the next value
delete temp; //delete memory
}
count = 0;
}
template<class TYPE> //Initialize the list
void multiword<TYPE>::Initialize()
{
Destroy(); //If any values are found, remove them.
}
```

Thank you very much in advance,

Doug