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# Between 0 and 1 inclusive low high increment loop

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"between {0} and {1} inclusive" , LOW, HIGH); //Increment loop control variable Write( "Enter an ID number: " ); input = ReadLine(); idNum = Convert .ToInt32(input); } //Print Results WriteLine( "ID number {0} is valid" , idNum); //Pause ReadLine(); } } } Write and run the program your side of the class was given. – 1 st Assignment What are your variables and constants? const double QUIT = -999987; double sales=0, count = 0, total = 0, avg; What needs to be repeated? total = total +sales; count = count +1; Console .WriteLine( "What is the sales total?" ); sales = Convert .ToDouble( Console .ReadLine()); How do you stop repeating? Enter QUIT value, ‘-999987’ CODE:
using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using System.Threading.Tasks; /* Project Name: Sales World * Created on: 3/14/2017 * Created by: Guillermo Arreola Hernandez */ namespace SalesWorld { class Program { static void Main( string [] args) { //Declare Constant and Variables const double QUIT = -999987; double sales=0, count = 0, total = 0, avg; Console .WriteLine( "What is the sales total?" ); sales = Convert .ToDouble( Console .ReadLine()); while (sales != QUIT) { //Calculate total and count total = total +sales; count = count +1; //increment loop control variable Console .WriteLine( "What is the sales total?" ); sales = Convert .ToDouble( Console .ReadLine()); } //Calculate Avg avg = total / count; //Display Results Console .WriteLine(); Console .WriteLine( " ................................. " ); Console .WriteLine(); Console .WriteLine( "RESULTS" ); Console .WriteLine( "" ); Console .WriteLine( "Total Sales: {0}" , count); Console .WriteLine( "Total Amount: {0}" , total.ToString( "C2" )); Console .WriteLine( "Average Sales Amount: {0}" , avg.ToString( "C2" )); Console .ReadLine(); } } }

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