stores on each line a part number, Computer Engineering

Make a file "parts_inv.dat" that stores on each line a part number, cost, and quantity in inventory, e.g.:

123 5.99 52
456 3.97 100
333 2.22 567

Use fscanf to read this information, and print the total $ amount of inventory (the sum of the cost multiplied by the quantity for each part).

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