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Use the program, Arrays of Pointers, on p. 188 of the text as a starting point for this assignment.;Refer to Appendix C for full directions on the changes to the program you must make to complete this assignment;Page 188 Information;With an array of pointers of type char, each element can point to an independent string, and the;lengths of each of the strings can be different. You can declare an array of pointers in the same;way that you declare a normal array. Let ? s go straight to rewriting the previous example using;a pointer array;// Ex4_07.cpp;// Initializing pointers with strings;#include;using std::cin;using std::cout;using std::endl;int main();char* pstr[] = { "Robert Redford", // Initializing a pointer array;Hopalong Cassidy;Lassie;Slim Pickens;Boris Karloff;Oliver Hardy;char* pstart("Your lucky star is ");int dice(0);cout < < endl;< < "Pick a lucky star!;dice;cout < = 1 & & dice < = 6) // Check input validity;cout < < pstart < < pstr[dice - 1], // Output star name;else;cout < < "Sorry, you haven't got a lucky star.", // Invalid input;cout < < endl;return 0;Appendix C;Reference the following instructions to assist you when completing your Programming Using Arrays and Pointers assignment.;Using a for loop, print the contents of the array.;The output should appear like this;PRINTING CONTENTS OF ARRAY;==================================;A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z;Change the program logic to prompt you for a position within the array that coincides with the letter. See the following example;This is the title to your Program related to the alphabet.;Select the number that coincides with the alphabet.;For example, the number 7 should display the letter G.;Enter a number between 1 and 26: 4;The number you selected: 4;The letter related to this number: D;Write the code to update every other element within the array with a lowercase x. The output should appear like the following;PRINTING CONTENTS OF ARRAY and adding x to every other element;A x C x E x G x I x K x M x O x Q x S x U x W x Y x;Write the code that will display only the even or odd numbered elements within the array. The output should appear as follows;PRINTING CONTENTS OF ARRAY USING THE MOD Option;=====================================================;Even Numbered Element = 0 Contents of Element within Array is = A;Even Numbered Element = 2 Contents of Element within Array is = C;Even Numbered Element = 4 Contents of Element within Array is = E;Even Numbered Element = 6 Contents of Element within Array is = G;Even Numbered Element = 8 Contents of Element within Array is = I;Even Numbered Element = 10 Contents of Element within Array is = K;Even Numbered Element = 12 Contents of Element within Array is = M;Even Numbered Element = 14 Contents of Element within Array is = O;Even Numbered Element = 16 Contents of Element within Array is = Q;Even Numbered Element = 18 Contents of Element within Array is = S;Even Numbered Element = 20 Contents of Element within Array is = U;Even Numbered Element = 22 Contents of Element within Array is = W;Even Numbered Element = 24 Contents of Element within Array is = Y

 

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