Movie Ticket Booking System Using C++


Project Title: Movie Ticket Booking System Movie Ticket Booking System with Source Code is a C++ program that can record and book customer’s movie ticket details. The concept of this system is to make the transaction of movie viewing very convenient that satisfy customer needs. This simple system was developed using C++ language. The program is a console application, the system is very useful to those who have a movie cinema business that needed to allocate customer seats. This could help a lot, because it can set the time of movie to be show and it can reserve a comfortable seat to each customer. The system is consist of only one individual the user, he/she the only one can book a movie ticket to a customer.

Movie Ticket Booking System Using C++ Features:

  • Movie Timings Menu In here the user can book a movie ticket for a customer. He/she will enter a complete details of a customer such as Name, Contact# and Movie Title.
  • Receiving Ticket Menu From here the user was suppose to print out the movie ticket of a customer but due to system being run in local the print out function is not available.
  • Contact Us Menu From here the customer can contact directly the movie cinema for online booking.

Movie Ticket Booking System Installation:

  1. Extract the zip file.
  2. Open the extracted folder
  3. Locate the cpp file.
  4. Then open the file via codeblocks or any IDE's that can run C++ file.
  5. Then click run and buld.
The Movie Ticket Booking System is ready to be downloaded, just kindly click download button below. I hope that this system can help you to what you are looking for. For more updates and tutorials just kindly visit this site. Enjoy Coding!! Looking for free C++ Sourcecode? Related Sourcecode for Movie Ticket Booking System

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