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Sorting string can u help on my problem bec. i dont know how to do the sorting a string. for example: the user can enter a 10 names and then the computer will arrange alphabetically. i'l wait. thanks

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    Write a pseudocode to accept a user name as input, append the entered user name to the text, Hello, and then display the appended output to the user. For example, Hello Mark should be displayed as the output if the user enters the name, Mark.

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If you are using windows XP, click the start button. Choose 'Run' , type : cmd
and press enter to open a dos command window. Inside the dos command window, type the command: sort
then press enter.
enter some names and press enter after each name like:
john
terry
bill
howard
arthur
gary
fred
^Z
Press control and z at the same time when you are finished and press enter. The names will be output in order

(In windows vista, just enter the command cmd in the search start and press enter)


To output the names to a file, type
sort > filename.txt
press enter and then do the same as above. The names will be in a file called filename.txt

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My password and username


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IE: Log on to a computer ,internet , email or another computer program >???
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You will be asked to retype your password.

Re-enter the same password and press "Enter."


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