C++ thank u ganeshie8 for helping me :D. everything ran great but there one teeny tiny thing i need help on. its the output file. the program created the output for the index location. i need the output file to have not only the index location of a word but also this.

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C++ thank u ganeshie8 for helping me :D. everything ran great but there one teeny tiny thing i need help on. its the output file. the program created the output for the index location. i need the output file to have not only the index location of a word but also this.

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you need to add another loop
how do i add the loop and where do i put it?

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below statements are not part of loop :- cout<<"Welcome to Dictionary. Please enter any word or quit if wished to leave the program. \n"<< endl; cout << "Please enter a word to be checked with the handy-dandy dictionary please"<< " : "; cin>> temp;
you need to put them in a loop.. il modify and post u code wait
thank u so much
#include #include #include #include using namespace std; int main() { const int size = 20; int num_words=0; int index = 0; int done = 0; string ifilename, ofilename, line; ifstream inFile, checkOutFile; ofstream outFile; char response; string temp; int idx=-1; int i; int k; string quit; string dict[size]; // Input file cout << "Please enter the name of the file you wish to open : "; cin >> ifilename; inFile.open(ifilename.c_str()); if(inFile.fail()) { cout << "The file " << ifilename << " was not successfully opened." << endl; cout << "Please check the path and name of the file. " << endl; exit(1); } else { cout << "The file is successfully opened." << endl; } // Output file cout << "Please enter the name of the file you wish to write : "; cin >> ofilename; checkOutFile.open(ofilename.c_str()); if(!checkOutFile.fail()) { cout << "A file " << ofilename << " exists.\nDo you want to continue and overwrite it? (y/n) : "; cin >> response; if(tolower(response) == 'n') { cout << "The existing file will not be overwritten. " << endl; exit(1); } } outFile.open(ofilename.c_str()); if(outFile.fail()) { cout << "The file " << ofilename << " was not successfully opened." << endl; cout << "Please check the path and name of the file. " << endl; exit(1); } else { cout << "The file is successfully opened." << endl; } for(i = 0; i < size; i++) { inFile >> dict[i]; } for(k=0; k> temp; idx=-1; for(i=0; i
no if or else statements?
oh nvm i c them XD.
herez the output i see when i execute
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sorry i frozed for some reason. yeah its good but instead of the welcome, i want the program to go back to the part where i have to type another word.
like this ?
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YES YES YES :D!!!
just move the Welcome line out above the for loop
#include #include #include #include using namespace std; int main() { const int size = 20; int num_words=0; int index = 0; int done = 0; string ifilename, ofilename, line; ifstream inFile, checkOutFile; ofstream outFile; char response; string temp; int idx=-1; int i; int k; string quit; string dict[size]; // Input file cout << "Please enter the name of the file you wish to open : "; cin >> ifilename; inFile.open(ifilename.c_str()); if(inFile.fail()) { cout << "The file " << ifilename << " was not successfully opened." << endl; cout << "Please check the path and name of the file. " << endl; exit(1); } else { cout << "The file is successfully opened." << endl; } // Output file cout << "Please enter the name of the file you wish to write : "; cin >> ofilename; checkOutFile.open(ofilename.c_str()); if(!checkOutFile.fail()) { cout << "A file " << ofilename << " exists.\nDo you want to continue and overwrite it? (y/n) : "; cin >> response; if(tolower(response) == 'n') { cout << "The existing file will not be overwritten. " << endl; exit(1); } } outFile.open(ofilename.c_str()); if(outFile.fail()) { cout << "The file " << ofilename << " was not successfully opened." << endl; cout << "Please check the path and name of the file. " << endl; exit(1); } else { cout << "The file is successfully opened." << endl; } for(i = 0; i < size; i++) { inFile >> dict[i]; } cout<<"Welcome to Dictionary. Please enter any word or quit if wished to leave the program. \n"<< endl; for(k=0; k> temp; idx=-1; for(i=0; i
omg u r a life save. thank u so much :D
yw !
aaw u dont have to give me a medal. u deserve it :D
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u coded very good most part of the working code... thats why i gave u :)
do i need to put an array or set presion?
i dint get u... array for wat ?
u want output file also to have wat..
oh array is for numbers. but ....let me try again. from the pdf i just attached and on the bottom of the screen, it shows every like wut the command prompt said. here is wut they gave me.
ok i wait. i dint get wat u saying though.. :(
when i put outfile to the welcome, the please section, the cin>>temp; the index location, the word not found section, and the quit section, it worked but when i open the output file, its like each section is all in big long sentences
okay u c the pdf file?
okie i opened pa13.pdf
and on the very bottom of the page it shows the output and the output file (notepad)
yea im there
oh u saying in ur output file, you not getting this "Please.. " line eh ?
yes plus the welcome and the word i type
ok il modify wait
kk thank u. i hope i am not asking much :S
output file like this ?
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if so, modified code :-
#include #include #include #include using namespace std; int main() { const int size = 20; int num_words=0; int index = 0; int done = 0; string ifilename, ofilename, line; ifstream inFile, checkOutFile; ofstream outFile; char response; string temp; int idx=-1; int i; int k; string quit; string dict[size]; // Input file cout << "Please enter the name of the file you wish to open : "; cin >> ifilename; inFile.open(ifilename.c_str()); if(inFile.fail()) { cout << "The file " << ifilename << " was not successfully opened." << endl; cout << "Please check the path and name of the file. " << endl; exit(1); } else { cout << "The file is successfully opened." << endl; } // Output file cout << "Please enter the name of the file you wish to write : "; cin >> ofilename; checkOutFile.open(ofilename.c_str()); if(!checkOutFile.fail()) { cout << "A file " << ofilename << " exists.\nDo you want to continue and overwrite it? (y/n) : "; cin >> response; if(tolower(response) == 'n') { cout << "The existing file will not be overwritten. " << endl; exit(1); } } outFile.open(ofilename.c_str()); if(outFile.fail()) { cout << "The file " << ofilename << " was not successfully opened." << endl; cout << "Please check the path and name of the file. " << endl; exit(1); } else { cout << "The file is successfully opened." << endl; } for(i = 0; i < size; i++) { inFile >> dict[i]; } cout<<"Welcome to Dictionary. Please enter any word or quit if wished to leave the program. \n"<< endl; outFile<<"Welcome to Dictionary. Please enter any word or quit if wished to leave the program. \n"<< endl; for(k=0; k> temp; outFile<< temp << endl; idx=-1; for(i=0; i
sorry was peeling carrots. and yes
lol ok i just added two extra lines in this, for outputting the Welcome line and the input entry line.. see if it makes sense
oh maybe thatz y it wasnt working, i didnt put the endl; in the cin temp of the outfile
oh ya i did the same and it dint work... and then i corrected...
kk i am going to test it out now. thank u so much :D
np just holler if need anything
kk :D
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sorry. its long XD
ha ok whtas wrong in helping...
but she want me to do everything and give her the assignment
is that bad?
oh. then it is bad only. but its okay we can be flexible and help each other out right... especially in crunch times... she says she is occupied fully... i would help...
wat program is it
and i really appreciate that :3
oh ok.. then u can give her program and explain it hink... i gotta slp 1 am over here... gn

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