Implement a main program that takes a text file as an input (as a command line argument or after…

Using the the sample code of linked list node1.h and node1.cpp

Implement the list_piece() function and a driver main program.

Implement a main program that takes a text file as an input (as a command line argument or after a prompt) and processes followings. The words in the input text file should be stored in a linked list, one word at a node. So you have to modify the node1.h to accommodate a string. Then ask the user to pick two words, one for the starting and one for the ending word. And search the original list to find a new sub-list that contains the items, as a starting and ending node, and print out the new list.

The definition of list_piece () in the sample code node1.h shows

// void list_piece(
// const node* start_ptr, const node* end_ptr,
// node*& head_ptr, node*& tail_ptr
// )
// Precondition: start_ptr and end_ptr are pointers to nodes on the same
// linked list, with the start_ptr node at or before the end_ptr node
// Postcondition: head_ptr and tail_ptr are the head and tail pointers for a
// new list that contains the items from start_ptr up to but not including
// end_ptr. The end_ptr may also be NULL, in which case the new list
// contains elements from start_ptr to the end of the list.

But for this homework, disregard the postcondition "not including end_ptr" to preserve the sub-list as intended.

So make sure to implement the list_piece() to include the last word as well. If there's no such sub-list, just print out an error message.

Once you printout the new sub-list, you need to sort the sub-list (in dictionary order) using the insertion sort algorithm and print out the new sorted sub-list. When you sort the list, you must rearrange the link structure of nodes by updating associated pointers, not by copying/moving the strings between nodes.

Just in case, here's a detailed description of the insertion sort algorithm and a sample implementation.

The input text file may have sentences with punctuation marks. But to simplify the issue, let's assume that the text file will have only five punctuation marks . , ' – ? . So when you assign a string to a node, you need to get rid of those five punctuation marks and store only the word itself.

Note that the main objective of this homework is to reinforce the understanding of linked list by implementing pertinent functions, not getting a sub list by any means. So I want you to use provided node class to implement this homework.