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Write a C++ program to manage a list of students waiting to register for a course using a linked list. Operations should include adding a new student at the end of the list, adding a new student at the beginning of the list, removing a student from the beginning of the list, removing a student from the end of the list, and removing a student by name. Allow the user an option to exit.

NOTE: Functions/Methods must used throughout program. Function main() should be SMALL.

Be sure to use good programming methodology and keep your project modular.

Functions/Methods created and called:

- add student at the end of the list

- add student at the beginning of the list

- remove student from the end of the list

- remove student from the beginning of the list

- remove student by name

- display the list of students

- exit

Please keep main() function small

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