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Purpose Demonstrate the ability to download, install, and use 3rd party code. Demonstrate the ability to control compiler include paths. Demonstrate the ability to parse and use command line arguments. Demonstrate the ability to utilize basic C+ File L/O to read and write files to the file Assignment You are to create a C++ program that opens an input file, reads and process the data in that file, and then writes the (possibly modified) data to a new output file. Your program should: Accept arguments that are presented on the command line (see Usage box below) Use the Templatized C++ Command Line Parser for argument processing (See the “Templatized C++ Command Line Parser below). Illegal or missing options should be handled properly. Store the parsing results into a C++ STL map. The map file must be indexed by a C++ enumerated list (enum) and should hold strings for values. line arguments Finally, your program must present the correct behavior. The behavior is: USAGE: /program2 -I -u] -o output filename>1 --1--version] [-h] <input filename Where: -1, --lower Convert all text to lowercase

Purpose Demonstrate the ability to download, install, and use 3rd party code. Demonstrate the ability to control compiler include paths. Demonstrate the ability to parse and use command line arguments. Demonstrate the ability to utilize basic C+ File L/O to read and write files to the file Assignment You are to create a C++ program that opens an input file, reads and process the data in that file, and then writes the (possibly modified) data to a new output file. Your program should: Accept arguments that are presented on the command line (see Usage box below) Use the Templatized C++ Command Line Parser for argument processing (See the “Templatized C++ Command Line Parser” below). Illegal or missing options should be handled properly. Store the parsing results into a C++ STL map. The map file must be indexed by a C++ enumerated list (enum) and should hold strings for values. line arguments Finally, your program must present the correct behavior. The behavior is: USAGE: /program2 -I -u] -o output filename>1 –1–version] [-h] Show transcribed image text

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