You are to write a program that uses classes to read in information of books, print them (in unsorted order), sort them and print them (in sorted order) again.
There are two classes you will implement: CBook, and CLibrary. There header files are provided below.
CBook(std::string Title, std::string Author, int YearPublished);
std::string GetTitle() const;
std::string GetAuthor() const;
int GetYearPublished() const;
void SetBook(std::string Title, std::string Author, int YearPublished);
void SetTitle(std::string Title);
void SetAuthor(std::string Author);
void SetYearPublished(int YearPublished);
void Swap(CBook &Book);
CLibrary(std::string InputFileName, std::string OutputFileName);
void Sort(CBook *Books, int Size);
void PrintBooks(std::string Header);
First line: Number of books
Second line down: Repetition of the following (Number of books) times:
Title, (in a line by itself)
Author, (in a line by itself)
Year Published (in a line by itself)
• In the destructor, you need to perform a thorough cleanup. If there are dynamically allocated arrays or memories that have not been deleted, you need to delete them. If there are files still opened, you need to close them. This will be checked strictly.
• If you need to add member variables and/or member functions, make them private.
• Each book will be printed in one line. The first character of Title should be lined up, and the same for the Author.
• In the first three lines of the output, print your name, section, and assignment number.
The official input will be available by 5/26/2020.
In every program file (.cpp and/or .h) you turn in, use comment lines to show the following:
Submissions with no name, section, and assignment number will be asked to resubmit.
Turn in the following for credit.
all .cpp files