- Due: Tuesday, May 11th no later than 1:35pm.
- Submission instructions: push a commit with the tag
classwork2to your git repository.
- Deadline reminder: after the deadline passes, you cannot earn any points for this assignment. If the deadline is approaching, submit what you have in order to earn partial credit.
- Write your first C program.
- Familiarize yourself with C’s I/O commands.
- Write a program that interacts with a human user.
- Write expressions using arithmetic operators.
This comes from problem 1, chapter 2 on page 102.
Write a program that calculates mileage reimbursement for a salesperson at a rate of $.35 per mile. Your program should interact with the user in this manner:
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT CALCULATOR Enter beginning odometer reading=> 13505.2 Enter ending odometer reading=> 13810.6 You traveled 305.4 miles. At $0.35 per mile, your reimbursement is $106.89.
Write your program in the
classwork directory, inside another directory called
classwork2, in a file called
- Compile your program into an executable called
calculatorand run it using
- Develop your program in steps, checking that it compiles and runs after every change.
- Use comments to organize your program.
- Format your output to print only one or two decimal places using
mis the number of decimal places.
Grading - 10 points
- 1 point - there is a file called
- 9 points - it can be compiled and runs.
Note: you will not earn any points if your work is not committed and pushed to Github with the tag
This classwork will be graded with scores in Brightspace by 5pm the day it is due (May 11th).