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#11 Write a function that will use vectors to allow the user to input 15 numbers, then sort it from highest to lowest. After doing that, remove all the numbers but the top 5 and output the vector. (example: if the user enters 1, 7, 4, 15, 74, 2, 4, 61, 9, 6, 4, 5, 2, 4, and 6, the output should be 74, 61, 15, 9, and 7). Uses vectors and vector sorting. #12 Code a program that will take a random line of text from an input file and display it to the screen. Make sure to make it so that your program generates a different number each time. Uses files, random, and strings. #13 Code a program that will either see if a word has a letter twice in a row (for example: paddle, tree, balloon). Uses strings and arrays. #14 Code a program that will pass text from an input file to an output file, not including a letter picked by the user (for example, ‘Hello there,’ could become ‘ello tere’ or ‘Hllo thr’). Uses files, strings, and arrays. #15 Code a program that will count the number of words in a file that start with a vowel and append that number to the end of the input file. Uses files, strings, and arrays. #16 Code a question from the Test 1 Review sheet using only pointers and the new operator (for example, if you need an integer the code would be int *num = new int; and for a character it would be char *letter = new char;). Uses pointers and dynamic memory (memory in the heap).
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Correct the error and verify the output: #1 Should output 77: int *p, num = 7; p = num; cout << *p << num << endl; #2 In both cases, Hello! should be a c-string: char message[7] = { 'H' , 'e' , 'l' , 'l' , 'o' , '!' }; char Message[7] = { "Hello!" }; #3 Should output Hi: char
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