If you have not done so already, please finish the first lab on files.
a collection of utilities for reading from files.
a. Create a file,
values, of at least four lines
that contains at least two numbers on each line.
read-line-of-values, write a procedure that opens
values, reads each line, computes an average for that
line, and prints out the average.
Consider the class list, as distributed by the registrar.
a. Write a procedure that reads in the lines of the class list and prints
out only the majors. You should use
read-line (from our
b. Write a procedure that writes a summary of the class year and
majors of the students to a file,
some sample (incorrect) contents:
Years: 1st: 20 2nd: 5 3rd: 2 4th: 10 Majors: UND: 10 GRM: 5 BIO: 1 MAT: 6
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