NCERT Solutions Class 12 Computer Science Data File Handling

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Chapter - Data File Handling

Question 1. Write a user defined function word_count() in C+ + to count how many words are present in a text file named “opinion.txt”. For Example, if the file opinion.txt contains following text: Co-education system is necessary for a balanced society. With co-education system. Girls and Boys may develop a feeling of mutual respect towards each other.

The function should display the following: Total number of words present in the text file are:24


void word_count ()


ifstream i;char ch[20];int c=0;"opinion.txt"); while(!i.eof())





cout<<"Total number of words present in the text file are: "<<c;


Question 2. Write a function in C + + to count and display the no of three letter words in the file “VOWEL.TXT”.


If the file contains:

A boy is playing there. I love to eat pizza. A plane is in the sky.

Then the output should be : 4




void wordcount()

{ char word[80];

int cnt=0;

ifstream fl;"VOWEL.TXT");

while (fl>>word)


if (strlen(word) == 3)






cout<<" number of three letter words = ”<<cnt;



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