c++ homeworks help

December 27, 2010 at 14:00:17
Specs: Windows Vista
Assume that a sales man in stationery asks you to write a program to help in managing the books information. Each book has a title, author name, edition no, publisher, ISBN, price. ISBN number is a unique number for each book.
To represent and manage books information in your program, use parallel arrays; array for each piece of information. use a continue menu to enable the user to do the following:
• Add new book to the list. Ask the use to enter the book information. Check if the ISBN is for one of the books in the list display an error message; otherwise add it to the list. Make sure that the list is not full.
• Update book information; prompt the user to enter the book ISBN , then ask the user to enter the other details. Display appropriate message if the ISBN is not valid
• Delete a book; ask the user to enter the ISBN. If the ISBN is valid, display the book information and then ask the user to confirm the deletion process.
• Display a list of all books. Books information should be organized in a table. use formatting manipulators.
• Display the titles of the books which have number of copies less than five.
• Sort books information by title.
• Sort books information by publisher.
• check whether a book is available or not, by ask the user to enter the book title and if it available display book information.

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#1
December 27, 2010 at 14:10:32
Good homework - and what's your problem? Show us the program that you have written, and - if it's not working - ask a question.

I take it you don't just expect someone to do your homework for you? You'll learn nothing that way.


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#2
December 28, 2010 at 03:25:26
Yeah of course but I really need this help because the teacher asked us to solve it without explain the lesson ,, so how can I solve it before ?? she wants the home work today!! and I tried to solve it from 4 days but I couldn't :s
and I have an exam tomorrow :(
so can you help me ?

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#3
December 28, 2010 at 05:11:38
I'm sorry, but I'm not going to do your homework for you.

Either you need a new teacher, or perhaps you're on the wrong course. Neither of those problems will be solved by someone else doing your work for you.


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#4
December 28, 2010 at 06:37:47
OK thank you very much :) and sorry for disturb



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