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A banking project

This project was awarded to odysseyvw for $24.65 USD.

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Project Description

This is a project for my C programming class and I was looking for someone to help me out on it. It is basically a simple banking program. I have some of the psedocode for the program detailing step by step how to so it if you need it. I also have the files that the program starts with This program needs a menu system that will let the user: Display an account summary, write a check, make a deposit, withdraw money, transfer money, delete entries, save work to the .dat files and exit the program.

## Deliverables

Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. Complete copyrights to all work purchased. Program Description You are to write a personal finance program. This will be made up of a savings account and a checking account. The following contains a menu of items that your program will need: Menu Items: Display Account Summary (Savings and Checking balances) Write Check (Checking only) Make Deposit Withdraw Money Transfer Money Delete Entry Save Work Exit Program Data Files: Your program will read from and write to two data files, [url removed, login to view] and savings.dat. When you begin your program, [url removed, login to view] will be opened to create a checking linked list and [url removed, login to view] will be opened to create a savings linked list. This list will be modified by the above menu items. If the user selects to save their work, both linked lists will be saved to their cooresponding data files. When the user exits the program they will be prompted to save their work. If they agree, save the linked lists to the data files. If they disagree, exit program without saving the linked lists to a file. Checking Data File The checking data file is a tab-delimited file of the following format: check number(000 if not a check) *tab* description *tab* debit/credit *tab* amount *tab* date *tab* balance check number(000 if not a check) *tab* description *tab* debit/credit *tab* amount *tab* date *tab* balance check number(000 if not a check) *tab* description *tab* debit/credit *tab* amount *tab* date *tab* balance Continues until no more entries are present... The following file will be used during grading, so make sure that it works with your code. [url removed, login to view] Savings Data File The savings data file is a tab-delimited file of the following format: description *tab* debit/credit *tab* amount *tab* date *tab* balance description *tab* debit/credit *tab* amount *tab* date *tab* balance description *tab* debit/credit *tab* amount *tab* date *tab* balance Continues until no more entries are present... The following file will be used during grading, so make sure that it works with your code. [url removed, login to view] This is what is on the [url removed, login to view] file 000 Opening Balance credit [url removed, login to view] 11/10/2001 [url removed, login to view] 100 Olive Garden debit [url removed, login to view] 11/12/2001 [url removed, login to view] 000 Check credit [url removed, login to view] 11/13/2001 [url removed, login to view] 000 ATM Withdraw debit [url removed, login to view] 11/13/2001 [url removed, login to view] 101 Tom's Sports debit [url removed, login to view] 11/14/2001 [url removed, login to view] This is the information on the [url removed, login to view] file: Opening Balance credit [url removed, login to view] 11/10/2001 [url removed, login to view] ATM debit [url removed, login to view] 11/11/2001 [url removed, login to view] ATM Service Fee debit [url removed, login to view] 11/11/2001 [url removed, login to view] Deposit credit [url removed, login to view] 11/12/2001 [url removed, login to view]


## Platform

this program needs to run on a unix based system

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