Program # 1 You are to create a database of books that are stored using a vector. Keep track of the author, title and publication date of each book. Your program should have a main menu that allows the user to select from the following: 1. Add a book’s author, title, and date 2. Print an alphabetical list of the books sorted by author 3. Quit You must use a class to hold the data for each book. This class must hold three string fields, one to hold the author’s name, one for the publication date, and another to hold the book’s title. Store the entire database of books in a vector where each vector element is a book class object.

Program # 1

You are to create a database of books that are stored using a vector. Keep track of the author, title and publication date of each book. Your program should have a main menu that allows the user to select from the following:

1. Add a book’s author, title, and date

2. Print an alphabetical list of the books sorted by author

3. Quit

You must use a class to hold the data for each book. This class must hold three string fields, one to hold the author’s name, one for the publication date, and another to hold the book’s title. Store the entire database of books in a vector where each vector element is a book class object.

To sort the data, use the generic sort function from the library. Note that this requires you to define the

using namespace std;

class Book

{

public:

Book();

Book(string new_author, string new_title, string new_date);

void setData(string new_author, string new_title, string new_date);

string getAuthor() const;

string getTitle() const;

string getDate() const;

friend bool operator< (const Book &book1, const Book &book2); private: string author, title, date; }; #endif Book.cpp Add the definitions of data members of class Book. The definition of friend function should be (in Book.cpp): bool operator< (const Book &book1, const Book &book2) { return (book1.author < book2.author); } TestProgram.cpp Don’t forget to add header files, vector and algorithm along with other required header files. using namespace std; void AddNewBook(vector *bookdata);

void PrintBooks(vector &bookdata);

void SortBooks(vector &bookdata);

void PrintMenu();

int main()

{

vector bookdata;

//Add your logic to test your class, using functions mentioned above

return 0;

}

Program # 2

Write a program to implement English Dictionary that contains data members as word, meaning, synonym, antonym and example_sentence. Use an appropriate STL container and apply the relevant algorithms to maintain the sense of Dictionary.

Part B

Program #3

A frequency table lists words and the number of times each word appears in a text file.Write a program that creates a frequency table for a file whose name is entered by theuser. You can use a map of string-int pairs. You may want to use the C library functionispunct() (in header file CTYPE.H) to check for punctuation so you can strip it off theend of a word, using the string member function substr(). Also, the tolower() functionmay prove handy for uncapitalizing words.

Program #4

Create a single linked list that contains the data (age) of your friends. Perform basic operations including insertion, deletion, searching and display. The insertion operation should only allow a friend’s data to be inserted in sorted order only.

Part C

Program #5

Create a student hash table that contains information, studentID (int), name (string), marks_oop345 (float). The size of hash table is equal to the number of students in the class. Use linear probing in case of collisions. Perform insertion, deletion, display and search operations.

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