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Design and implement an application that reads a sequence of
up to 25 pairs of names and postal (ZIP) codes for individuals.
Store the data in an object designed to store a first name (string),
last name (string), and postal code (integer). Assume each line of
input will contain two strings followed by an integer value, each
separated by a tab character. Then, after the input has been read
in, print the list in an appropriate format to the screen.
Posted Date: 12/11/2012 11:09:05 PM | Location : United States

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