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this project is to build a Playlist using a linkedlist, Implementation file for the playlist class

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Project 2 - PlayList

The goal for this project is to build a Playlist using a linkedlist.

You are given:

    playlist.cpp - Implementation file for the playlist class

    playlist.h - Header file for the playlist class

    main.cpp - A main file that you should compile to test your playlist class

 

All required functions for this project can be found in playlist.h and the implementation skeletons can be found in playlist.h.

I've also added two structs in playlist.h, you also are tasked to complete the default constructors for the Song struct.

The Song struct represents meta-data about a song in our playlist, mainly the title of the song and the duration of said song.

The PlayListNode is the node component of our linkedlist, it contains a pointer to the song and a pointer to the next node. You won't have to do much with this struct.

 

You are allowed to add any public/private variables/member functions as you like as long as you retain and keep the default functions and structs i have provided you.

A simple main.cpp is provided for you to use to iteratively test your class.

To compile run the following (assuming you're in the directory of all 3 files):

    g++ main.cpp -std=c++11

To execute your binary run the following (assuming you did not rename the output):

    ./a.out

When submitting to gradescope you should only submit playlist.h and playlist.cpp, the main.cpp is not required.

You should only submit to gradescope when you have finished all the required functions. 

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