If you tried separating the tokens using a space as the delimiter, an issue that I see is that the path\executable name can itself contain a space. This is usually resolved by surrounding that token with quotes. So as you are parsing the whole string, you'd need to keep track of whether you were in a quote or not. If so, then spaces do not count.
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Supposed I have a text file having the results of the 6/49 lottery in it:
How can I achieve the following output written to a text file with filename, "occurences.txt"?
49 - 2 times
49 paired with 13 - 2 times
I don't have an exact idea but maybe the following pseudocode can help:
void main ()
cout<<"CHARACTER \t\ How many times it appeared"<<endl;
for (number='01'; number<='49'; number++)
cout<<number<<" - \t"<<countNumber(numbercount)<<" times"<<endl;
cout<<number<<" paired with \t"<<number<<" "<<ountNumber(numbercount)<<" times"<<endl;
int countNumbers (int number)
ifstrem.stream; //to open the file
int count=0; //counter to count occurences
stream.open ("countNumbers.txt"); //this opens the file
How can I go about this?
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