Tourism Management System using C with Source Code
The Tourism Management System with Source Code is a project that can book a travel destination and reserve for available travel. The system can organize the ticket reservation allow you to book a ticket. The purpose of the system efficiently organize the booking of ticket.
About the System
The Tourism Management System was develop in a simple console application, the system can be access by entering a complete user login information. The user can do many things in the system in the system, he/she can add Book a package, check current tickets, cancel ticket, change user password. The system will give you a specific function that will help you to mange your business. The system will store your data as a text file. The Tourism Management System was created in a simple coding principle of C programming language that provide basic learning.
Tourism Management System using C with Source Code Features:
Book new Ticket Package
Check Current Tickets
Change User Password
Tourism Management System using C with Source Code Installation:
Extract the zip file.
Open the extracted folder
Locate the c file.
Then open the file via codeblocks or any IDE's that can run C++ file.
Then click run and build.
The Tourism Management System was developed using only C language. 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!!
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