Hey guys gotta quick question for ya. I'm trying to figure out the best way to write an array for the following:

(1) Hot dog 1.50

(2) Fries 1.00

(3) Lemonade .75

(4) End order

You should be allowed to keep ordering from the menu until you press 4 for End order, at which point you should see a total amount due for your entire order.

I am using menus for the code. This is what I have come up with so far.

```
start
perform housekeeping()
while response not equal to quitValue
perform mainLoop()
endwhile
perform finishUp()
stop
housekeeping()
declare variables
open files
perform displayMenu()
return
displayMenu()
print “1. HotDog: $1.50”
print “2. Fries: $1.00”
print “3. Lemonade: $0.75”
print “4. End of Order”
print “Please press a number to make a selection”
read response
return
mainLoop()
case based on response
case 1
perform hotDog()
case 2
perform fries()
case 3
perform lemonade()
case 4
perform endOfOrder()
default
print “Sorry. Invalid Entry.”
endcase
perform displayMenu()
return
```

Now for the hotDog(), fries(), lemonade(), and endOfOrder() modules how would I go about initializing the totalCost variable and have it add up correctly for each? I presume it should be something like this:

if choice = 1 (totalCost = totalCost + 1.50)

if choice = 2 (totalCost = totalCost + 1.00)

if choice = 3 (totalCost = totalCost + 0.75)

if choice = 4 (EXIT LOOP)

output "The total cost of your order is: " totalCost

That's where I am stuck at though. :confused: