Lesson 20 - Diary with a database in C++
In the previous lesson, Date and Time in C++, we learned how to work with date and
time. In today's C++ tutorial, we're going to store objects in a
At first, I was going to have us create a user database, but we've already
dealt with users several times in this course. Since we now know how to deal
with dates and time, we're going to make a digital diary/journal. We'll store
entries into a database and print today's and tomorrow's entries. This database
won't be an "actual" database, we will cover databases later on. All it will be
vector in computer memory which will allow the user to add
entries, search for them by date, and remove them by specifying a date and
Let's create a new console application and name it
First of all, we'll have to create a class whose instances we will store.
Let's name it
Entry. Diary entries will be related to a certain
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In this tutorial, we'll create an electronic diary with a database using the vector container. It'll be able to add, remove, and search entries.
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