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Default C and file input/output

Not sure if uni work's assistance is allowed here, pls advise me if itsnt. Anyway, Im studying C and atm, I have problem dealing with file input/output. Have been trying hard to work out, but no luck so far

Im given a file with the format like this:

Code:
A, 1, B
B, 3, D, E, F
C, 1, D
D, 1, F
...
And here is the diagram:



So, basically it can be interpreted like this:

A depends on 1 other class : B
B depends on 3 other classes: D, E, F
...

Im thinking about struct and array, but not sure if its the right method. Also, I have no idea how to read the file and write to memory with such format.

Can you give me a hint on it? I appreciate any input

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