Mad Libs is a phrasal template word game where one player prompts another for a list of words to substitute for blanks in a story, usually with funny results.
Write a program to create a Mad Libs like story. The program should read a multiline story from the input. The story will be terminated with a blank line. Then, find each replacement to be made within the story, ask the user for a word to replace it with, and make all the replacements. Stop when there are none left and print the final story.
The input should be in the form:
<name> went for a walk in the park. <he or she>
found a <noun>. <name> decided to take it home.
It should then ask for a name, a he or she and a noun (<name> gets replaced both times with the same value.)
#include <iostream>#include <string>usingnamespace std;
string story, input;
//Get a line from the user
//If it's blank, break this loopif(input =="\r")
//Add the line to the story
story += input;
//While there is a '<' in the storyint begin;
while((begin = story.find("<")) != string::npos)
//Get the category from between '<' and '>'int end = story.find(">");
string cat = story.substr(begin +1, end - begin -1);
//Ask the user for a replacement
cout <<"Give me a "<< cat <<": ";
cin >> input;
//While there's a matching category //in the storywhile((begin = story.find("<"+ cat +">")) != string::npos)
//Replace it with the user's replacement
story.replace(begin, cat.length()+2, input);
//Output the final story
cout << endl << story;