I need this done before 48 hours! Please tell me how long this will take you. The previous programmer got in an accident and couldnt complete. Please see the attachment for the rest of the details. I would prefer C++, this is the first proj for a Database B-Tree Implemention (indexing, branching, etc). Someone with knowledge of that and who can complete other upcoming/sequential projects would be helpful. I will provide the datafile, so you will not have to worry about the first step Specification 1. Your code should read in the input data, which as you will see has variable length fields. 2. Your code should extract each field individually and write it to the screen, and to disk. 3. The fields written should be fixed length fields. Thus it may be necessary to truncate some fields. 4. The primary key is the NID ID. We will assume there are no duplicates. 5. At the same time you should construct a data record (structure) consisting of fixed length fields. 6. The record should be written to a file - datafile.txt. 7. The records should be written one record at a time (not field by field). 8. You should use C++ type output you would do something like the following. There are probably many solutions, but this is one that appears to work: [url removed, login to view]((char*) &MyDataRecord, sizeof(MyDataRecord)); 9. The required format for output to the screen is 10. Sequence number (RRN) 11. Primary key 12. All other fields in the record in the same order as in the data file # The output for one record should fit on one line. Fields should be separated by '|' character. # The format for the output file should be similar, but omit the RRN and '|'. # Note that in some cases the "Clan" field is omitted. This should be detected and a blank Clan provided. # Your executable file should be named showdata. # There should be no restriction on the number of records processed.
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