At this stage, the application will allow users to search a given column of the data for a given string. Your next task is to enable a search that looks for the search term in all of the columns.
JobData class, find the method
FindByValue(). This method has been outlined
for you but contains none of the code needed to work (leave the
LoadData() call as the first line of the method). Here are a few observations:
- The code that you write should not return duplicate jobs. For example, if a listing has position type “Web - Front End” and name “Front end web dev” then searching for “web” should not include the listing twice.
- As with
PrintJobs(), write your code in a way that if a new column is added to the data, your code will automatically search the new column as well.
- Do NOT write code that calls
FindByColumnAndValue()once for each column. Rather, utilize loops and collection methods.
- Reading and understanding
FindByColumnAndValue(), will help as your code will look similar in some ways.
You’ll need to call
FindByValue() from somewhere in
leave it up to you to find where. You might have noticed that when you
try to search all columns using the app, a message is printed, so that
is a good clue to help you find where to place this new method call.
Once you find where to call your new method, you can Run the program
again to test your code.