Wk05_Switch_Nested_Selection_ASSIGNMENT

Wk05_Switch_Nested_Selection_ASSIGNMENT - COMP100...

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COMP100 Programming Fundamentals Week 5 Exercise using the switch statement Question 1-5 is due at the beginning of next class (just demonstration) 1. Write a program that prompts the user for a menu choice. The program will display a message based on the following table: Choice Message 1 "Calculate area" 2 "Calculate volume" 3 "Calculate surface area" 0 "Exit the program" << any other input>> "ERROR: Invalid choice " 2. Write a program that allows the user to enter two integers and a character If the character is A, add the two integers If it is S, subtract the second integer from the first if it is M, multiply the integers Display the results of the arithmetic 3. Write a program that prompts the user for the number of courses and residency status (domestic or international) and calculates tuition cost. Cost is based on the table below. Domestic $325 per course International $1375 per course You decide how you want the user to enter her/his residency status and prompt accordingly, also you should use named constants for the cost per course 4. Write a program that prompts the user for a day of the week. The program will display a message based on the following table: Choice Message Sun "Home" Mon "Work" Tue "Work" Wed "Home" Thu "Work" Fri "Work" Sat "Work" 5. Write a program for a furniture company. Ask the user to choose Pine Oak or Mahogany. Show the
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