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Each data group for the file customer.dat contains a customer's name, address, gender, and balance due. I need a program that will create two separate files, male.dat and female.dat, with all the data for customers stored on the appropiate file. It will also have to print out the following:
total number of customers, number of males, number of females, average balance for males, and average balance for females.

Can I use the code in my other question? http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=pascal&qid=10302610 
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by:dbrunton
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Yes.

The basics are there.  Roughly

females := 0;
males := 0;
malebalance := 0;
femalebalance := 0;

while not eof(customerfile)
  readln(customerfile, name);
  readln(customerfile, address);
  readln(customerfile, gender);
  readln(customerfile, balance);
  if gender = 'M' then
    begin
      write(malefile, name);
      write(malefile, address);
 etc
      malebalance := malebalance + balance;
      inc(males);
    end
  else
    begin
      write(femalefile, name);
etc
      femalebalance := femalebalance + balance
      inc(females);
    end;


you should be able to finish this off by calculating total number of customers and mean average balances.
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sumant032199 earned 20 total points
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{ I can give you brief outline of program. }
program malefemale;
uses crt;

type customer = record
       name : as a string;
       address : as a string;
       gender : char;
       balance : real;
    end;
    IOFiles = file of customer;

var male,female,reading : IOFiles;
    cust1 : customer;
    TotalMale, TotalFemale, Total : integer;
    AddMale,AddFemale : real;

procedure generate_database;
var    c : char;
begin
    repeat
       { Take each value and store it in cust1.<data field>
        then into file }
       write(reading,cust1);

       write('Do you want to enter more (Y/N)? ');
       { continue till user enters 'N' to above question }

    until c = 'N';

end;
procedure sort_database;
begin
     while not eof(reading) do
     begin
          { reading file is done inthe way }
          read(reading,cust1);
          Total := Total + 1;

          { check gender using if statement }
          if  then
          begin
                { Write to male file and then increment the numbers.}
          end
          else
          begin
                { Write to female file and then increment the numbers.}
          end;
      end;
end;
begin
     clrscr;
{ assign statement is required in Turbo Pascal in following way. }
     assign(reading,'CUSTOMER.DAT');
     assign(male,'MALE.DAT');
     assign(female,'FEMALE.DAT');
{ use correct routine to openfile for reading and writing. }
     re....(reading);
     re....(male);
     re....(female);

     {If you are running for the first time then }
     {generate_database;}
     sort_database;
     writeln;
     writeln('Total Customers    = ',Total:8);
     writeln('Total Males        = ',TotalMale:8);
     writeln('Total Females      = ',TotalFemale:8);

     if Totalmale = 0 then writeln('Average of males   = 0.0')
     else writeln('Average of Males   = ',(Addmale / Totalmale):8:2);
     if TotalFemale = 0 then  writeln('Average of females = 0.0')
     else writeln('Average of Females = ',(AddFemale / TotalFemale):8:2);
{ don't forget to close each open file }

end.
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