TraditionalMenu With Char

TraditionalMenu With Char - cout << "The total...

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// This menu-driven program shows how relational operators can be // used to compare characters. Character inputs are tested to make // sure they are within the set of legal menu choices. #include <iostream> #include <iomanip> using namespace std; int main() { char choice; int months; double charges; // Display the menu choices cout << " Health Club Membership Menu\n" ; cout << "A. Standard Adult Membership\n" ; cout << "B. Child Membership\n" ; cout << "C. Senior Citizen Membership\n" ; cout << "D. Quit the Program\n\n" ; cout << "Enter your choice: " ; cin.get(choice); cout << fixed << showpoint << setprecision(2); if (choice == 'A' || choice == 'a' ) { cout << "For how many months? " ; cin >> months; charges = months * 40.00;
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Unformatted text preview: cout << "The total charges are $" << charges << endl; } else if (choice == 'B' || choice == 'b' ) { cout << "For how many months? " ; cin >> months; charges = months * 20.00; cout << "The total charges are $" << charges << endl; } else if (choice == 'C' || choice == 'c' ) { cout << "For how many months? " ; cin >> months; charges = months * 30.00; cout << "The total charges are $" << charges << endl; } else if (choice == 'D' || choice == 'd' ) { cout << "Have a nice day" << endl; } else { cout << "The valid choices are A through D.\n" ; cout << "Run the program again and select one of those.\n" ; } return 0; }...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CS 201 taught by Professor Conway during the Fall '07 term at Bowling Green.

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