can anyone help me for creating this?
· September 19, 2015
Hello, I would like if someone help me for creating a assigment.
I Called it cyber investigation system
Admin and user permission
Criminal record options
--Criminal Father Name
--Criminal IP Address
Admin can delete and edit data for Criminal.
user can view data using guest access feature.
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· September 20, 2015
go write some code by yourself and then cry for help. people that demand for help without even trying is pissing me off.
· September 27, 2015
You would have your main file. In here you can access your class.
Your class (Criminal.h) would look something like this.
Now honestly, not to be rude, insulting or condescending. I think before you start with classes, you need to realize some more basics. You do not assign a criminals name to int. You can not assign an IP address to an int. You can not have two words for a variable without a connector (fathers_age) not (fathers age).
I suggest you read the following: http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/variables/
Or start with buckys tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvC1WCdV1XU&list=PLAE85DE8440AA6B83
· September 20, 2015
create a criminal class with variables for all the info. probably use int for age and strings for the rest.
then create a class with an array of criminals and make and then let admins access that info.
· September 22, 2015
using namespace std;
int criminal name;
int criminal father age;
int criminal age;
int criminal ip adress;
int criminal information;
cout << "What is the criminals name ? \n";
cin >> criminal name;
cout << "How old is the criminals father ? \n";
cin >> criminal father age;
cout << "How old is the criminal ? \n";
cin >> criminal age;
cout << "What is the criminals ip adrss ? \n";
cin >> criminal ip adress;
cout << "What is some information about the criminal ?";
cin << criminal information;
I am new to C++ but hope this helps
· October 28, 2015
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