Given a file of data, read the data and parse it based on a fixed given field headers. To download the file, select the following link: Unit 4 Sample Data. File Sample Data is in Attachment
    Given a file of data, read the data and parse it based on a fixed given field headers. To download the file, select the following link: Unit 4 Sample Data. File Sample Data is in Attachment

Given a file of data, read the data and parse it based on a fixed given field headers. To download the file, select the following link: Unit 4 Sample Data. File Sample Data is in Attachment

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Given a file of data, read the data and parse it based on a fixed given field headers. To download the file, select the following link: Unit 4 Sample Data. File Sample Data is in Attachment

The file is a comma delimited file with the following record structure:

  • FirstName – Character – Size (12)
  • LastName – Character – Size (16)
  • Company – Character – Size (32)
  • Address – Character – Size (32)
  • City – Character – Size (24)
  • County – Character – Size (24)
  • State – Character – Size (2)
  • ZIP – Number – Size (5)
  • Phone – Character – Size (12)
  • Fax – Character – Size (12)
  • Email – Character – Size (32)
  • Web – Character – Size (42)
  • Convert to Pig Latin – Character – Size (96)

Step 2: Once the file is loaded, process the data, and convert the field/string labeled “Convert to Pig Latin” into Pig Latin. (Save the converted string in a new field in the same structure.) Store each line in the file as a separate record.

Step 3: After the pig latin is generated, sort the data in ascending order based on the LastName field. Print the following fields:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Company
  • The converted pig latin

Step 4: Sort the data in descending order based on the ZIP field, and print the following fields:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Company
  • ZIP
  • The converted pig latin

Step 5: Print the record (all fields) for everyone that is in the state "NY."

Step 6:Submit the source code for the solution and the output for the 3 lists that are specified below. You can use any appropriate algorithm in the solution.

  1. Sorted data based on last name
  2. Sorted data based on ZIPEveryone in the state of NY

 

Here is A++ solution, Using Visual Studio 2010 (C# project)

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