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10. Create the logic for a program that calculates the due date for a bill. Prompt the user 21
Programming Logic and Design, 7eSolutions 9-Pseudocode:startDeclarationsnum monthnum daynum year22
Programming Logic and Design, 7eSolutions 9-output “Enter the month, day, and year”input month, day, yearprintDate(month, day, year)11. Create the logic for a program that computes hotel guest rates at Cornwall’s Country Inn. Include two overloaded methods named computeRate(). One version acceptsa number of days and calculates the rate at $99.99 per day. The other accepts a number of days and a code for a meal plan. If the code is A, three meals per day are included, and the price is $169.00 per day. If the code is C, breakfast is included, and the price is $112.00 per day. All other codes are invalid. Each method returns the rate to the calling program where it is displayed. The main program asks the user for the number of days in a stay and whether meals should be included; then, based on the user’s response, the program either calls the first method or prompts for a meal plan code and calls the second method.
Programming Logic and Design, 7eSolutions 9-Pseudocode:startDeclarationsnum numDaysnum ratestring isMealIncldstring mealCodeoutput “Enter the number of days in the stay ”24
Programming Logic and Design, 7eSolutions 9-input numDaysoutput “Will meals be included? (Y/N) ”