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QUESTION: Hi there, I have been stuck on this for almost a day! I'm sure it's nothing that serious, but it's just finding what the problem is that's frustrating me so much!

I am building this program for my grading book. The first thing I need to put in is the "number of student" that will be graded. With that number, I want to start a loop and ask of each student what "their grade" is. Then I have my rubric conversion into a letter grade set up.
Here is what i have so far:

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main ()
{int score, n, i;
cout<<"Enter Number of Students: "<<flush;
cin>>n;
for (i=1;i<=n;i++)
cout<<"Enter the Score: "<<endl;
cin>>score;
{if (score>=90)
if ((score>=80)&&(score<90))
if ((score>=70)&&(score<80))
if ((score>=60)&&(score<70))
if (score<60)
}
}

Now, when I build my program, there's a few problems:
1- When I input the number of students, the right amount of "Enter the Score" comes out. However, I was hoping that I could write their grades right after each of the sentences.
2- When I enter all the scores needed, only the first score that I imput converts. The others don't.

Ideally, I would like to have each converted scores (from # to grade letter)on each of their following lines.

I hope I did not confuse you too much...I know I am! I would so appreciate it if you could help me with this. It would be time consumming for me. I also want to program this to do other computations, but I think I'll be able to manage from there!
Thank you so much!!
Celine

Nope, I'm not confused.  You have given it a good shot and it's really close.  Good job.

For #1:

Use:

cout<<endl<<"Enter the Score: ";

For #2:

Move the { from the {if(score>90) to before the cout in #1:

Like this:

...
for (i=1;i<=n;i++)
{cout<<endl<<"Enter the Score: ";
cin>>score;
if (score>=90)
...

You're welcome!
Bill

---------- FOLLOW-UP ----------

QUESTION: Hi Bill!
You have been a great help so far, so I was wondering if you could help me out one more time?! I also wanted my program to be able to tell me how many of my n number of students fell in the A range, The B range, up untill my F grades.
Here's what I got so far:

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main ()
{   int score, n, i, t_score=0, highest=0, lowest=100;
cout<<"Enter Number of Students: "<<flush;
cin>>n;
for (i=1;i<=n;i++)
{cout<<endl<<"Enter the Score: ";
cin>>score;
t_score=t_score+score;
if (score>=90)
if ((score>=80)&&(score<90))
if ((score>=70)&&(score<80))
if ((score>=60)&&(score<70))
if (score<60)
if (score>=highest)highest=score;
if (score<=lowest)lowest=score;

}

long average;
average=t_score/n;
cout<<"The Average Score of the Class is: "<<average<<endl;

cout<<"The Highest Score is: "<<highest<<endl;
cout<<"The Lowest Score is: "<<lowest<<endl;

int n_1=(score>=90), n_2=((score>=80)&&(score<90)), n_3=((score>=70)&&(score<80)), n_4=((score>=60)&&(score<70)), n_5=(score<60);

}

Thanks for all the help, I can't wait to start working with this!

Hi Celine,

I have no problem helping when it's clear that effort is being put forth on the problem or program.

The only way to show the number of A's, B's ... F's is to count them as they are entered.  Then display this after n grades are entered.

After main...

int n_A = 0, n_B = 0, n_C = 0, n_D = 0, n_F = 0,

Where the tests are now:

if (score>=90) {
cout<<"The Grade is A. "<<endl; ++n_A;
} else if ((score>=80)&&(score<90)) {
cout<<"The Grade is B. "<<endl; ++n_B;
} else if ((score>=70)&&(score<80)) {
cout<<"The Grade is C. "<<endl; ++n_C;
} else if ((score>=60)&&(score<70))
cout<<"The Grade is D. "<<endl; ++n_D;
} else {
cout<<"The Grade is F. "<<endl; ++n_F;
}

<End of main>
remove int n_1 line

Good luck!
Bill
Questioner's Rating
 Rating(1-10) Knowledgeability = 10 Clarity of Response = 10 Politeness = 10 Comment Thanks a bunch! I did have to make a few adjustments, but htis guided me in the right direction! A

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