Here is the decscription of the program.
The objective of this assignment is to implement a binary search tree to store a list of students records.
Your program should read a list of student records from a text file. The student file should be specified on the command line. If the file is not provided or if the provided file cannot be opened, inform the user appropriately and terminate the program. The file consists of multiple student records, one record per line. Each record consists of four fields; each separated by whitespace. Here is an example line:
12345 FirstName LastName 3.99
The first record defines the search key. The remaining line entries should be grouped into a *struct* (see the example cpp file).
Implement the bstree class in a file called **[url removed, login to view]** according to the header file defined here. Implement the *public*members using recursion where appropriate.
I also attached the example input file, main program and implementation file in the folder as an attachement file.
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It need to run Visual Studio 6.0 and Linux.**