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To input a text file using path

compress the file using huffman algorithm
store it as a text file

decompress the file sing huffman algorithm
again store it as text file.

What I have tried:

Compression and decomression should be don filesize should be compressed
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Updated 17-Apr-21 23:23pm

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How to compress and decompress the inputted file text using huffman coding in C++?

1) Learn C++.
2) Learn how to read a disc file and how to write one too.
3) Depending on what is your homework:
3.1) Find a library that do Huffman encoding/ decoding, read its documentation to use it.
3.2) Find reference documentation about Huffman encoding/decoding, study it, and write your how code.

Internet is full of resources if you dare to search. Google is your friend.

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Huffman coding is a beautiful achievement of Computer Science. I suggest you to read the original article. You may also find many freely available tutorials on the web (I'm pretty confident you are able to find open source implementations as well).
Using C++, you could take advantage of the std::make_heap[^] library function.
   

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