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Exercise 1.4
An array of functions

Make an array of structs. The struct should have two fields: A text string and a function pointer. The functions in the struct should accept an integer and a text string.

On top of this, program a function, activator, which activates one of the functions in the array. The function should accept the array (of structs) and a text string. Based on the text string, the activator should search the array for a suitable function. When found, the function should be called.

Relate the setup in this exercise to your knowledge of class hierarchies with virtual functions.

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