cp50710 - ECE 3331 COMPUTER PROBLEM 5 Spring 2007(due 5pm...

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ECE 3331 COMPUTER PROBLEM 5 Spring 2007 (due 5pm 4/17/07) One of Dr. Barr's vices is an addiction to mystery novels. She has a plain text file, cleverly named books.txt, containing her current inventory. Each line corresponds to a book. For each book, there is the title followed by the name of the author (last name,first name), followed by either the letter P if it is a paperback or the letter H if it is a hardback. The pieces of information are separated by semicolons. The sequence of the entries is simply the sequence in which she acquired them. This has become increasingly difficult to manage "by-hand", and so she needs your help. You are to write a standard C program that will read her current inventory and create a singly-linked list of books using the following template: typedef struct books { char *title; char *author; char kind; struct books *next; } BOOKS; Note that we are NOT allocating memory for the title and author within the struct—instead, you must
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