One in a series of exercises that demonstrate how to accomplish real-world computing tasks using time- and work-saving techniques.
In digital format you have a list of the names and birthdays for your 1st grade students.
You want to put the birthday list on display in the classroom, but your file is not formatted very appropriately for your first graders.
Instead, you would like the childrens' names to appear first, followed by the birtdates. Also, the students names should appear as first name and then last name.
The dates should be in a format which presents the day of the week's name followed by the name of the month, and finally the date and year.
Also you want the birthday list to be in chronological order.
Example: Elvira Bacchi - Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
Link to solution is below.
04/06/2010, Elvira Bacchi
07/12/2001, James Mahoney
06/23/2010, Janet Dooley
10/30/2010, Howard Schinder
05/29/2010, Amanda Cooder
01/13/2010, Annabelle Washington
12/17/2010, Lucy Cambell
11/05/2010, Wilson Straley
08/15/2010, QuangVinh Trinh
09/21/2010, Francine Levis