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Write a C++ program to read the following text (given below). Count occurrences of each word in the text and keep this count in a list of elements...

Write a C++ program to read the following text (given below). Count occurrences of each word in the text and keep this count in a list of elements containing (word, occurrence count) pairs. Your program then should print this list to the program output screen.

“Classes have the property of information hiding. This means that although class objects may know how to communicate with one another across well-defined interfaces, classes normally are not allowed to know how other classes is implemented-implementation details are hidden within the classes themselves. Surely it is possible to drive a car effectively without knowing the details of how engines, transmissions and exhaust systems work internally. We will see why information hiding is so crucial to good software engineering."

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