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INSTRUCTIONS;Create a project in Visual C++ Express named Pass9.;Add eg141_NmberList.h and eg141_NumberList.cpp files to your project. These are included in the zip file with this document. The files implement a linked list of numbers.;Create and add pass9_demo.cpp to your project. This will have main() and use the eg141_NumberList class.;The purpose of this assignment is to add data members and methods to the eg141_NumberList class in order to give it more functionality.;Add the following to the eg141_NumberList class;1. Add a method empty();a. It should take no parameter.;b. It should return true if the list has no node, and false if there are 1 or more nodes.;2. Modify the displayList() method;a. If the list is empty, print ?The list is empty?.;3. Add a method find();a. It should take one parameter, a value.;b. It should go through the linked list. If the value is found, it should return the position of the value in the list.;i. If the value is in the first node, return 0. If the value is in the second node return 1, and so on.;ii. If the value is not found in the list return -1.;4. Add a method sum();a. Return the sum of all the values in the list.;b. If the list is empty, return 0;5. Add a data member size.;a. The size represents the number of nodes in the linked list. Think of it as the length.;b. It should be an integer.;c. Add a method getSize() that returns the current value of size.;d. Whenever a new node is added to the linked list, the size should increase by one.;e. Whenever a node is deleted from the linked list, the size should decrease by one.;6. All methods should have prototypes in the eg141_NmberList.h file and implemented in the eg141_NmberList.cpp file.;The main() should do the following.;Create a eg141_NumberList class to be used in the rest of the main(). ?;Print the following menu ?;1. Append a value;2. Insert a value;2 CSCI 2010;3. Delete a value;4. Print the list;5. Print the size;6. Print the list sum;7. Find a Number;8. Check if the list is empty;9. Exit;Read the user?s choice and do the following. Use the appropriate methods in the eg141_NumberList class. ?;o Option 4. Print all the existing nodes in the list.;o Option 1. Ask the user for a value, and append the value to the end of the list.;o Option 2. Ask the user for a value, and insert the value in the list.;o Option 3. Ask the user for a value, and delete it from the list.;o Option 4. Print all the nodes in the list.;o Option 5. Print the size of the list.;o Option 6. Print the sum of all the values in the list.;o Option 7. Prompt the user to enter a number, return the position if it is found.;o Option 8. Check if the list is empty.;o Option 9. Exit the program. The program should not quit until this option is selected. Use a loop that keeps printing the menu and asks for user menu selection.

 

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