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  • kakima Dec 25, 2016

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here is the solution:
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char name[20],job[10],surname[20];
int age;
workers *next; // this is the pointer to the next node of
//type worker.
in the main program, declare a pointer to first worker node called head as :
workers *head;
head = new workers;
or (head =( workers *) malloc (sizeof(workers));
Then in the main program, whenever the user wishes to create a worker and join it to the list, u can include the following code:
head ->next = new workers;
cin >> head -> name >>job>>surname >> age;
if the user finishes the input include,
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