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car class (not school class)

im just trying to have some fun and kill some time writing a c++ program that has a person type in a car make and model then gives them a year and a price. or something like that. i always have problems getting it goin but once the ball is rolling im usually pretty good. anyone wanna help me out? Smilie
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Old 09-01-2009
No one is going to help you out.

If you have working code and need help debugging a line, you might get some help. However, this post is more than likely homework.

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