1. Display the account summary: This option allows the user to enter a 3‐digit customer ID, reads an appropriate dat file corresponds to the customer ID and displays the account information including the total account balance on the console.
2. Deposit the amount into the account: This option allows the user to enter a 3‐digit customer ID, adds the requested amount at the end of the file, and saves the file. The option should display the account information including the total account balance on the console.
3. Withdraw the amount from the account: This option allows the user to enter a 3‐digit customer ID, reads the customer’s dat file, verifies that the requested withdrawal is less than the account balance and then add the withdrawal amount at the end of the file. The option should display the account information including the total account balance on the console. In case, if the requested withdrawal is greater than the account balance, the program should display an error message and terminate the transaction.
4. Quit the program: This option terminates the program.
Four test files are provided to test your program. The dat files are named based on the customer id. For instance, the first customer of the bank is the author of the book, Tony Gaddis and his customer ID is Cust_001. The dat file of his checking account is Cust_001.dat.
1. Cust_001 request to check his balance
2. Cust_020 request to deposit $1000 to his account
3. Cust_007 request to withdraw $100 from his account but he has only $10 account balance
Also, You will have to implement at least one function apart from the main() function for the homework program. For example, you may have a function say, accountSummary() for reading and displaying the account transactions.
For test files, see Question.zip
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using namespace std;
void accountSummary(string userID);
void deposit(string userID);
void withdraw(string userID);
choice = 0;
//Run the loop forever. The stopping condition is inside