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Discuss simple terms about declaring a simple variable to more complex Visual C++ problems.

Postby jennifer88 » Thu Aug 21, 2008 10:05 pm

The following elements of the C programming language will be required in the implementation of this assignment:
·        Built-in (primitive) data types
·        Program control flows (e.g.: Selection, Repetition)
·        Function
·        File Input/Output
·        Array (for strings)
Description of assignment:
 Write a program that implements a simple Library Inventory Management System  to help the Library staff to manage the operations in the library.

pls help me to those who know to do this assignment tq

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Re: c++proramming

Postby kenji » Sat Mar 21, 2009 7:27 pm

Your assignment is not a very hard one to do, infact it is a fairly standard assignment all you need to do is read carefully at whats asked and implement the code.

Read the following and it will teach you all you need to know to complete the assignment:

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Re: c++proramming

Postby msaqib » Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:46 am

Here is a library program written in C programming language. It will be quite helpful for you to start working on your assignment.


You can download the complete soource code with the executable.
Here is the screenshot of the program.

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Re: c++proramming

Postby Weeram » Thu Feb 23, 2012 11:36 am

thanks for sharing i will try to use this..
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