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Dti2143 lab sheet 6

  1. 1. left0UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA<br />FACULTY OF MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING <br />DAM31303/DTI 2143: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING<br />LAB EXERCISE 6: SELECTION & LOOP <br />Exercise 1:<br /><ul><li>Type in the following program</li></ul>#include<stdio.h><br />#include<conio.h><br />int main()<br />{<br /> double price1, price2 ,price3,price4, price5, price6, price7, totalprice=0;<br /> printf("Program to calculate the average and total price of the 7 itemsnn");<br /> printf("n Enter price of item: RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price1);<br /> totalprice +=price1;<br /> printf("n Enter price of item: RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price2);<br /> totalprice +=price2;<br /> printf("n Enter price of item: RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price3);<br /> totalprice +=price3;<br /> printf("n Enter price of item : RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price4);<br /> totalprice +=price4;<br /> printf("n Enter price of item : RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price5);<br /> totalprice +=price5;<br /> printf("n Enter price of item : RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price6);<br /> totalprice +=price6;<br /> printf("n Enter price of item : RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price7);<br /> totalprice +=price7;<br /> printf("n The total price of the item is: RM%0.2lf ", totalprice);<br /> printf("n The average price of the item is: RM%0.2lf ", totalprice/7);<br /> printf("nnEnd of program");<br /> <br /> getch();<br /> return 0;<br />}<br />1.1 Study program 1.0 carefully, then compile and execute it.<br /><ul><li>What does the program do?
  2. 2. Why do you need 7 variables to hold the prices of the items?
  3. 3. Why is the variable totalprice initialized to 0?
  4. 4. Identify the set of statements that are repeated many times in the program
  5. 5. How many times were the set of statements repeated?</li></ul>Exercise 2:<br />int main()<br />{<br /> double price, totalprice=0;<br /> printf("Program to calculate the average and total price of itemsnn");<br /> for (int item=0;item<7;item++)<br /> {<br /> printf("n Enter price of item: RM");<br /> scanf("%lf", &price);<br /> totalprice +=price;<br />}<br /> printf("n The total price of the item is: RM%0.2lf ", totalprice);<br /> printf("n The average price of the item is: RM%0.2lf ", totalprice/7);<br /> printf("nnEnd of program");<br /> <br /> getch();<br /> return 0;<br />}<br />2.1 Study program 2.0 carefully, then compile and execute it.<br />a. What does the program do? In what way in this program different from program 1.0?<br />b. Identify the body of the loop, and state how many times it is repeated.<br />c. why do we now only need one variable to hold the prices of the item<br />d. Change the statement for (int item=0; item<7; item++) to the following; and state whether the output of the program remains the same, or if the output changes what are the changes<br /><ul><li>for (int item=0;item<=7;item++)
  6. 6. for (int item=0;item<35;item+=5)
  7. 7. for (int item=10;item<17;item++)
  8. 8. for (int item=7;item>0;item--)</li></ul>e. Modify the program such that it will calculate and print the average and the total prices of 20 items.<br />Exercise 3: Write a C program to draw a symmetrical triangle by using for-loop. The program should be able to produce output as follows: <br />Exercise 4:<br />Write a C programme for Holiday Villa Subang Jaya Business Lounge internet charges that calculates the total charges for internet usage. Operation time: 08:00-22:00 and the charges are as follows:<br />HoursRateFirstRM 3.00Second to FifthRM 2.00Subsequence RM 1.00<br />Allow the user to repeat calculations as many times as needed and enter ‘n’ to stop. The output should similar as follow:<br />

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