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//Name: Jesus Salvador Garcia //Project: Programing Assignment #8. Sentence Capitalizer //Class: 2018-Spring: COSC-1337-V01-Programming Fund. II #include <iostream> #include <iomanip> #include <string> #include <cstring> #include <cctype> using namespace std; char *capitalize(char *sentence); int main() { const int size = 500; char usersentence[size]; //This is where the user inputs a sentence as a string cout << "Input a string to modify: "; cin.getline(usersentence, size); cout << "\nYour modified string is below.\n\n"; cout << capitalize(usersentence); cout << endl << endl; system("pause"); } //This is the function to capitalize the sentence
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  • Spring '16
  • Lucian Silcox
  • ASCII, Jesus Salvador Garcia, COSC-1337-V01-Programming Fund

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