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CPT 234 Week 6

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CPT 234 Week 6 CPT 234

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These notes cover the Roman Numeral program.
C Programming I
George Edward Fiori
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lukas Notetaker on Saturday September 24, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CPT 234 at Tri-County Technical College taught by George Edward Fiori in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see C Programming I in Computer Programming at Tri-County Technical College.


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Date Created: 09/24/16
// Programmer: Lukas Herman // Date: 09/19/2016 // Program Name: In Class Program ­ Miles per Gallon // Chapter: Chapter #3 ­ Decision (Branches) // Description: Ask user for a number in range 1 to 10. Then convert the number // to its Roman numeral uquivalent with switch statement. #include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> int main() { int num = 0; printf_s("Enter a number from 1 to 10 inclusive: "); scanf_s("%d", &num); // Blank line printf_s("\n"); // Validate num if it is in range 1 to 10 switch (num) { case 1: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num, "I"); break; case 2: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num, "II"); break; case 3: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num,  "III"); break; case 4: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num,  "IV"); break; case 5: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num, "V"); break; case 6: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num,  "VI"); break; case 7: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num,  "VII"); break; case 8: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num,  "VIII"); break; case 9: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num,  "IX"); break; case 10: printf_s("The number entered, %d, in Roman numerals is %s.", num, "X"); break; default: printf_s("The number entered, %d, is not in the range of 1 to 10.", num); break; } //Blank Line printf_s("\n"); return 0; } // end main()


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