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Lesson 9 - Person database in C - Entering and saving persons into CSV

In the last lesson, Person database in C - Creating persons and application menu, we wrote functions for adding and printing persons and created the main program module with the application menu. Now, nothing stops us from finishing the program today.

Entering a person

Let's write a function for entering a new person which adds a person to the list and lets the user enter the data through the console. Because we have a lot of useful functions prepared, it'll be very simple:


 

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In this C tutorial, we'll add persons to our database and save their data into a text file of the CSV format.

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