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Unformatted text preview: COM110 Fall 2014 Warm-­‐up exercise 1 (to be completed after Lab 1) Due Mon, Sept 8 • Carefully review the info in the course syllabus about what is expected for full credit on warm-­‐up exercise submissions. • Make a program that prompts the user for their name and then have the program wish them “Happy Birthday” 15 Cmes. (Use a for loop.) • Modify the program so that it adds a line number in front of each birthday wish, counCng out the number of wishes, e.g.: 0 1 2 3 … • Happy Happy Happy Happy Birthday, Birthday, Birthday, Birthday, Sue! Sue! Sue! Sue! Modify your program again so that it starts the line counCng from 1 rather than 0. 1 2 3 4 … Happy Happy Happy Happy Birthday, Birthday, Birthday, Birthday, Sue! Sue! Sue! Sue! • Put your code inside a main funcCon that is then called at the boKom of the program. • Complete the bonus checks from the first lab....
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