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The file "user.pswd.txt" is a comma-delimited file. Each field in the file is separated from the next field by a comma. The five fields are : lastname, firstname, number of KBytes of data occupied by the user's files, usemame, password Note that the file user.pswd.txt was created with Notepad.exe, i.e. it has no formatting symbols in it such as those found in Microsoft Word files, etc.. This means that if "user.pswd.txt" contains 100 characters (letters, numbers, blanks, symbols) and 3 newlines, then the file contains exactly 106 bytes (two bytes cach for the new lines). Write a program to 1) notify the program-user that they are "attempting to login to a protected system". 2) then prompt the program user for username and password. Store the username in a 100 character array, and store the password in another character array. In the character array cell following the last character of the username, store the single character "0". Do the same in the password array, 3) Now open the password file and
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