Studying for exam 2

Studying for exam 2 - no sales%tax The customer is only...

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Studying for exam 2, read the book. Loops example, counting a number, using the for loop counter, initializing a variable, conditional statements, elseif if, ch. 19, ch.20. Binary numbers and table in ch 19. The syntax for the conditional operators and double and equal greater than less than. Put an example of an elseif else. Don’t put logical statements on the same line as an else. Phase diagram—can pretty much guarantee you’ll see one. %This program will ask the user to input a product price and the cash given to pay for it. It will then %return the change back including the number of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and dollars in a table %format. % Assumptions: The customer will give the user more money than the purchase price. There is
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Unformatted text preview: no sales %tax. The customer is only purchasing one item and is using American currency. % Input: % P=product price in dollars %c=cash supplied by customer in dollars % Output: %D=the change portion in dollars %q=the change portion in quarters %d=the change portion in dimes %n=the change portion in nickels %p=the change portion in pennies While c is greater than or equal to one dollar, divide it by 1. That will be dollars. So if I have 5.32 divide by 1, display no decimal points While c is greater than or equal to 25 cents, divide it by 25 that will be quarters While c is greater than...
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