I am given two files one with the name of person and the location that they are from (Evan Lloyd|Brownsville) and one with the name and salary (Evan Lloyd|58697) (the line number that you find the employee on in the first file is not necessarily the line number that find the employee on in the second). The user inputs a location (whole or part). For example if they input "ville" or "Ville" it should include all of the employees in Brownsville, Clarksville, Greenville, etc. I am supposed to join the the name and salary and return them if they are in the city searched for i.e. "ville" or "Ville." I am attempting to use a vector for both of the files vector(name, address) and vector(name, salary) and later return a vector of a string and tuple (address, (name, salary)) as my output. I don't know how to tokenize the string for example "Evan Lloyd|Brownsville" into the substrings "Evan Lloyd" and "Brownsville" separately (without the |) and save them separately so that I can push both strings into my vector(name, address). How would I tokenize the strings that way or should I try something else entirely?