25 - cout<< totalSales<<\n...

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Sheet1 Page 1 #include <iostream> using namespace std int main() { const int PEOPLE = 5 const int PRODUCTS = 6 double sales[PEOPLE][PRODUCTS] = { 0 } double value double totalSales double productSales[ PRODUCTS ] = { 0 } int salesperson int product cout << "Enter the salesperson (1-4), " << "product number (1-5)\nand total sales." << "Enter -1 for the salesperson to end input.\n" cin >> salesperson while ( salesperson != -1 ) { cin >> product >> value sales[ salesperson ][ product ] += value cin >> salesperson } cout << "\nThe total sales for each sales person " << "are displayed\nat the end of each row," << "and the total sales for each\nproduct " << "are displayed at the bottom of each column.\n" for ( int i = 1 i < PEOPLE ++i ) { totalSales = 0 t cout << i c for ( int j = 1 j < PRODUCTS ++j ) { totalSales += sales[ i ][ j ] t cout<< sales[ i ][ j ] productSales[ j ] += sales[ i ][ j ]
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Unformatted text preview: } cout << totalSales << '\n' } cout << "\nTotal" << productSales[ 1 ] c for ( int j = 2 j < PRODUCTS ++j ) cout << productSales[ j ] cout << endl return 0 } _____________________________________________________________ #include <iostream> using namespace std Sheet1 Page 2 int main() { int i, j, a, b const int salesperson = 4 const int products = 5 int sales[salesperson][products] for (i = 1 i < salesperson i++) { for (j = 1 j < products j++) { cout << "Input salesperson's number: " cin >> sales[i][j] cout << "Input product number: " cin >> sales[i][j] cout << "Input total value of that product sold that day: " cin >> sales[i][j] } } cout << "Summary Table" for (a=1 a<5 a++) { cout << "Product " << a } cout << "Total \n" for (b=1 b<6 b++){ cout << "Salesperson " << b << endl } cout << "Total " return 0 }...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2010 for the course CISCO EST61 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '10 term at Fresno City College.

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