Wk03_data_types_formatting_exercise

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COMP100 Programming Fundamentals Week 3 Lab Exercise using different data- types 1. Write a program that declares four variables to hold the number of eggs produced in a month by each of four hens. Your program should sum the eggs, and then display the total in dozens. For example, a total of 127 eggs is 10 dozens and 7 eggs. 2. Write a program that prompts the user for a name , Social Insurance Number, hourly pay rate and the number of hours worked. In an attractive format display all the input data as well as the following: Gross pay is hourly pay rate times hours worked
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