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Write a program that keeps record of football results. Program stores following information about each
match:
Description Type and/or size
name of home team max. 25 characters
name of opposing team max. 25 characters
home team score integer
opposing team score integer
location of match max. 40 characters
week number of match integer
The program must have (at least) following commands:
1. initialize (clear all records)
2. save records to disk
3. read records from disk
4. add new match
5. make a correction to an existing match
6. print a report of matches where user specified team has played.
7. print a report of matches played in user specified location.
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