Programming Exercise 3, C/C++ Programming

I have an exercise with 2 problems. One that is partially completed except with read problems with memory overwrite, and the other problem. I have enclosed the instructions document along with a zip file containing two code CPP files and txt files (first problem) I''ve wrote some. Thanks!
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