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Object Oriented Programming, Faria Ferooz Assignment # 1 (MP1) : BLOOD DONORS’ DIRECTORY Marks: 100 Date Assigned: 21-Nov-2016 Due Date: 30-Nov-2016 Submission Instructions: Email me the zipped folder (with your ID as its name) containing your source files and executable file by the deadline. In case of late submission 30 Marks will be deduct from your obtained marks: Email ID: [email protected] A traditional directory is a book listing the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the people in a particular area. Your task is to develop a blood donors’ directory for USA using Object Oriented Programming paradigm in C++ . (You don’t need to save the records in secondary storage for this project i.e. file handling is not required . You can use array or linked list data structure whatever you like.) Your program should display a menu showing possible operations: ************************************* Donor Directory: Main Menu ************************************* 1. Insert a new donor 2. Update an existing donor 3. Delete a record 4. Search for a donor (using blood group) 5. List directory
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