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My final project for programming :)

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  • Submitted by:Ken M. Sahashi BM10203
  • #include <iostream> case 3: cout<< "Excellent!n";#include <cstdio> break;using namespace std; case 2: cout<< "Masterful!n";int main() break;{ case 1: cout<< "Incredible!n";int number; break;cout<< "Enter a number between 1 and 5: default: cout<< "Too large!n"; "; }cin>> number; cout<< "nn";switch (number) system ("pause");{ return 0;case 0: cout<< "Too small, sorry!"; }break;case 5: cout<< "Good job!n";break;case 4: cout<< "Nice Pick!n";break;
  •  This programming accepts a number between 1 and 5 . If the user enters a right number the programming will show an output according to its number.
  • #include <iostream> cout<< " Enter the width : ";#include <cstdio> cin>>wid;using namespace std; area=len*wid;int main() per=(2*len)+(2*wid);{ switch (ch)intch, len , wid , area , per ; {balik: case 1 : cout<< " The Area is : " <<system ("cls"); area <<endl;break;cout<< " ***** Area - Perimeter case 2 : cout<< " The perimeter is : " Program ******* <<per<<endl;break; "<<endl<<"tt(Rectangle)"<<en default: gotobalik; dl; }cout<< "n [1] Area n [2] Perimeter nnnnn " <<endl; system ("pause");cout<< "Enter your choice here : " ; return 0;cin>>ch; }cout<< " Enter the length : ";cin>>len;
  • This programming computes for the area orperimeter of a given rectangle given that theuser will input its length and width. After theprogramming accepts the values fordimensions of the rectangle, the programminglets the user choose if the programming willcompute for its perimeter or area. Then theprogramming will compute for whatever theuser chose and then prints the computed value.Lastly the programming will ask the user topress any key to end the programming.
  • #include "iostream" "; using namespace std; cin >> x; int main () { int rem , x; switch (x) balik: { system ("cls"); case 1: cout<< "Your birthstone is cout << "[1] January "<<endl;; Garnet "<<endl;break; cout << "[2] February "<<endl; case 2: cout<< "Your birthstone is cout << "[3] March "<<endl; Amethyst "<<endl;break; cout << "[4] April "<<endl; case 3: cout<< "Your birthstone is cout << "[5] May "<<endl; Aquamarine "<<endl;break; cout << "[6] June "<<endl; case 4: cout<< "Your birthstone is cout << "[7] July "<<endl; Diamond "<<endl;break; cout << "[8] August "<<endl; case 5: cout<< "Your birthstone is cout << "[9] September "<<endl; Shamrock "<<endl;break; cout << "[10] October "<<endl; case 6: cout<< "Your birthstone is cout << "[11] November "<<endl; Alexandrite "<<endl;break; cout << "[12] December case 7: cout<< "Your birthstone is "<<endl<<endl; Ruby "<< cout << "Enter the number of month :
  •  Amethyst "<<endl;break; case 3: cout<< "Your birthstone is Aquamarine "<<endl;break; case 4: cout<< "Your birthstone is Diamond "<<endl;break; case 5: cout<< "Your birthstone is Shamrock "<<endl;break; case 6: cout<< "Your birthstone is Alexandrite "<<endl;break; case 7: cout<< "Your birthstone is Ruby "<<endl;break; case 8: cout<< "Your birthstone is Peridot "<<endl;break; case 9: cout<< "Your birthstone is Sapphire "<<endl;break; case 10: cout<< "Your birthstone is Rose Zircon "<<endl;break; case 11: cout<< "Your birthstone is Topaz "<<endl;break; case 12: cout<< "Your birthstone is Blue Zircon "<<endl;break; default:system ("cls"); cout<< "Invalid Input!!"<<endl;goto balik;break; } system ("pause"); return 0; }
  • This programming willdisplay the equivalentbirthstone of each monthusing switch statement.
  • #include "iostream.h"using namespace std;int main (){ system ("cls"); for (int x = 1 ; x <= 10 ; x++ ) { switch ( x ) { case 1: cout<< " One "<<endl;break; case 2: cout<< " two "<<endl;break; case 3: cout<< " three"<<endl;break; case 4: cout<< " four "<<endl;break; case 5: cout<< " five "<<endl;break; case 6: cout<< " six "<<endl;break; case 7: cout<< " seven "<<endl;break; case 8: cout<< " eight "<<endl;break; case 9: cout<< " nine "<<endl;break; default: cout<< " ten "<<endl;break; } system ("pause"); return 0;}
  •  This programming allows the user to input a number from 1 to 10. If the user input a right number,the programming will run correctly and it will display the equivalent of the number in words.
  • #include "iostream.h"using namespace std;int main (){ int rem , x; system ("cls") cout << "Enter an integer : "; cin >> x; rem=x%2; switch (rem) { case 1: cout<< " Odd "<<endl;break; default: cout<< " even "<<endl;break; } system ("pause"); return 0;}
  •  This programming allows the user to enter a integer number in which it will also display if it is even or odd after executing the indicated operation in the programming. We all know that the number is even if it’s remainder is 0 and odd if it’s remainder is 1.
  • #include <iostream> fact+=1;#include <conio.h> }using namespace std; }int main() if(fact>0){ cout<<"COMPOSITE!";intnum, ctr=2, fact=0; elsesystem ("cls"); cout<<"PRIME!";cout<<"Enter a number: "; }cin>>num; cout<< "n";{ system ("pause");for (;ctr<num;ctr++) return 0;{ }if(num%ctr==0)
  •  This programming allows the user to input a number. This number will be test if it’s a PRIME or COMPOSITE.
  • #include "iostream.h"using namespace std;int main (){ system ("cls"); for (int x = 1 ; x <= 10 ; x++ ) cout << x << "t" << x*x<< endl; system ("pause"); return 0;}
  • In this programming,the user is allowed toenter a number from 1 to 10 and once he/sheenters the number the programming willexecute the operation in which it will displaysthe square of the number inputted by the user.
  • #include "iostream.h"using namespace std;int main (){ system ("cls"); for (int x = 1 ; x <= 10 ; x++ ) {for( y=1 ; <=10 ; y++) {cout <<"#"<< endl; } cout << "t"; } system ("pause"); return 0;}
  •  This programming draw a ten by ten sharp symbol box using the for loop.
  • Octal is : "#include <iostream> <<oct<<dec<<endl<<endusing namespace std; l;int main() cout<< "Do you wish to try again [Y/N]? : ";{ intdec;charch; cin>>ch;do }while (toupper(ch)== Y); { system ("pause");system ("cls"); return 0;cout<< "Enter a decimal: "; }cin>>dec;cout<< " THe number in
  • This programming converts the user’s input of decimalnumber system into octal number system. The first stepin this programming is to ask the user to input aninteger of base 10(decimal). Next, the programmingwill compute the value of the base 10 into base 8 oroctal number system. After the programming hascomputed the value of base 10 integer to octal, now itwill output or print the answer of conversion ofdecimal to octal. Then the programming will ask theuser if he/she wants to try again. The programmingaccepts only Y for yes and N for a no. Lastly theprogramming asks the user to press any key to end theprogramming.
  • #include "iostream" }#include "conio.h" cout<< "Trip Executed !!!using namespace std; "<<endl<<endl;int main () system ("pause");{ return 0;charch = a; }system ("cls");while (ch !=q) {cin>>ch;
  • This programming accepts any charactersuch as alphanumeric and specialcharacters(symbols and the like). Afterthe input of the user, the programmingwill now test the entered character. If theprogramming reads the letter q or Q theprogramming will end and outputs“PROGRAM EXECUTED”.
  • This powerpoint is saved at project is submitted to:Prof. Erwin Globio