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# 05_lewis_409167_labMan05 - Chapter 5 Conditionals and Loops...

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Chapter 5: Conditionals and Loops 65 Chapter 5: Conditionals and Loops Lab Exercises Topics Lab Exercises Boolean expressions PreLab Exercises The if statement Computing a Raise The switch statement A Charge Account Statement Activities at Lake LazyDays Rock, Paper, Scissors Date Validation Conditional Operator Processing Grades The while statement PreLab Exercises Counting and Looping Powers of 2 Factorials A Guessing Game Iterators & Reading Text Files Baseball Statistics The do statement More Guessing Election Day The for statement Finding Maximum and Minimum Values Counting Characters Using the Coin Class Drawing with loops and conditionals A Rainbow Program Determining Event Sources Vote Counter, Revisited Dialog Boxes Modifying EvenOdd.java A Pay Check Program Checkboxes & Radio Buttons Adding Buttons to StyleOptions.java

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66 Chapter 5: Conditionals and Loops Prelab Exercises Sections 5.1-5.3 1. Rewrite each condition below in valid Java syntax (give a boolean expression): a. x > y > z b. x and y are both less than 0 c. neither x nor y is less than 0 d. x is equal to y but not equal to z 2. Suppose gpa is a variable containing the grade point average of a student. Suppose the goal of a program is to let a student know if he/she made the Dean's list (the gpa must be 3.5 or above). Write an if... else... statement that prints out the appropriate message (either "Congratulations—you made the Dean's List" or "Sorry you didn't make the Dean's List"). 3. Complete the following program to determine the raise and new salary for an employee by adding if ... else statements to compute the raise. The input to the program includes the current annual salary for the employee and a number indicating the performance rating (1=excellent, 2=good, and 3=poor). An employee with a rating of 1 will receive a 6% raise, an employee with a rating of 2 will receive a 4% raise, and one with a rating of 3 will receive a 1.5% raise. // *************************************************************** // Salary.java // Computes the raise and new salary for an employee // *************************************************************** import java.util.Scanner; public class Salary { public static void main (String[] args) { double currentSalary; // current annual salary double rating; // performance rating double raise; // dollar amount of the raise Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in); // Get the current salary and performance rating System.out.print ("Enter the current salary: "); currentSalary = scan.nextDouble(); System.out.print ("Enter the performance rating: "); rating = scan.nextDouble(); // Compute the raise -- Use if ... else ... // Print the results System.out.println ("Amount of your raise: \$" + raise); System.out.println ("Your new salary: \$" + currentSalary + raise); } }
Chapter 5: Conditionals and Loops 67 Computing A Raise File Salary.java contains most of a program that takes as input an employee's salary and a rating of the employee's performance and computes the raise for the employee. This is similar to question #3 in the pre-lab, except that the performance rating here is being entered as a String—the three possible ratings are "Excellent", "Good", and "Poor". As in

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