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Here is my code

excuse me if it seems a bit off

i've only been coding for a day :)

What I want it to do is in the comments at the top

```
/*======================================================================
IN THIS PROGRAM I WILL TRY AND SCRIPT A CONVENTIONAL CALCULATOR
WITH THE USER ENTERING THE NUMBERS THEY WISH TO MULTIPLY ADD ECT.
ALSO I WILL MAKE A CANCEL FUNCTION WHICH ERASES OR LOOPS THE PROGRAM.
JUST TO CLARIFY THIS PROGRAM IS COMPLETELY MADE UP AND WAS MADE BY ME
WITH NO HELP WHATSOEVER.
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31/08/2010 13:00 - STARTED
31/08/2010 15:28 - FINISHED
HAS SOME FLAWS IF YOU TYPE 'C' INTO WHERE IT ASKS FOR A NUMBER IT GOES CRAZY.
ALSO SOME FUNCTIONS ARE NOT COMPLETE SUCH AS THE CANCEL FUNCTION, I WANT
IT TO CLOSE THE PROGRAM WHEN 'C' IS PRESSED.
ALSO THE FUGTURE MODULUS FUNCTION IS YET TO BE CREATED.
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31/08/2010 - 16:24 STARTED
31/08/2010 - 16:34 FINISHED
STILL CAN'T GET FUNCTIONS TO WORK SUCH AS MODULUS AND CANCEL.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
BY CHRIS FORGEARD
========================================================================*/
#include <iostream>
using std::cout;
using std::cin;
using std::endl;
//I CHOSE DOUBLES JUST INCASE USER CHOOSES TO USE DECIMAL PLACES
double number;
double number_2;
char cancel = 'c';
double result_times;
double result_add;
double result_minus;
double result_divide;
int main()
{
cout << "Welcome to the calculator!\n" << endl;
//=====================================================================
//THE CALCULATOR LOOP
while (cancel == cancel)
{
cout << "Please begin by entering your first number\n" << endl;
cin >> number;
cout << "Now enter your second number please\n" << endl;
cin >> number_2;
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//OPTIONS
cout << "Now what would you like to do?\n" << endl;
cout << "1: multiply" << endl;
cout << "2: addition" << endl;
cout << "3: minus" << endl;
cout << "4: divide"<< endl;
cout << "5: cancel" << endl;
cout << "6: coming soon (modulus)\n" << endl;
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//SETTING UP CHOICES
int choice;
cout << "\n\nChoice: ";
cin >> choice;
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
//THE SWITCH PROGRAM (DEPENDS ON CHOICE WHAT PATH PROGRAM TAKES)
switch (choice)
{
case 1:
cout << "You have chose to multiply your numbers" << endl;
result_times = number * number_2;
cout << "Your answer is: " << result_times << endl;
break;
case 2:
cout << "You have chose to add your numbers" << endl;
result_add = number + number_2;
cout << "Your answer is: " << result_add << endl;
break;
case 3:
cout << "You have chose to take away your numbers" << endl;
result_minus = number - number_2;
cout << "Your answer is: " << result_minus << endl;
break;
case 4:
cout << "You have chose to divide your numbers" << endl;
result_divide = number / number_2;
cout << "Your answer is: " << result_divide << endl;
break;
case 5:
cout << "You have chose to cancel!" << endl;
break;
default:
cout << "I'm sorry but that option is not available!" << endl;
break;
}
}
//END OF LOOP
//================================================================================
return 0;
}
```