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Write a program that determines how many consonants are in an entered string of 50 characters or less. Output the entered string and the number of consonants in the string.

Write a program that will read records from a file (create your data file by using data from sample below) and store them in a binary file. That file will then be used as input to create an output file of the information. The data file contains employee information consisting of name, social security, department ID, years employed, and salary. In addition to displaying the information of each record, the program will also calculate the average salary and years employed of all the records. This additional information is stored in the same output file.

Sample Data File:
Bill Tarpon 182460678 789 8 30600
Fred Caldron 456905434 789 10 40700
Sally Bender 203932239 790 8 50000
David Kemp 568903493 790 9 60000
The output file should look like this:
Name Social Security Department-ID Years-Employed Salary
Bill Tarpon 182460678 789 8 30600.00
Fred Caldron 456905434 789 10 40700.00
Sally Bender 203932239 790 8 50000.00
David Kemp 568903493 790 9 60000.00
The average number of years employed is 8
The average salary is $45325.00

Solution Summary

The Solution provides a C++ program that identifies the number of consonants in a string of 5 characters or less.

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