A text file, grades.txt, contains data pertaining to student grades. Each line consists of:

student number,course mark1, course mark2, course mark3, course mark4

The last line contains a student number 0 to indicate the end of the data.
Write a C program to print a grade report, as outlined below, to the file report.txt.

For each student, output the student number, the marks obtained in each course, followed by the final mark of the student(average of all the marks) and their grades (A,B,C,D or F). At the end of the report output the number of students in the file, the average final mark, and the student with the highest final mark.

Grades are to be calculates as follows:

A: 70 and over
B: 60-70(exclusive)
C: 50-60(exclusive)
D: 40-50(exclusive)
F: less than 40

Anny ideas anyone???

TrustyTony commented: No proper effort shown -3

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By now, people should realize that we are not here to help you cheat on your homework! Try to solve the problems first, and then we MIGHT decide to help you sort out your problems... :-(

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As per request, one boilerplate answer coming up:

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The problem description is somewhat daunting, I have to admit, but even for a beginning student, it shouldn't be too difficult. Post what you've already tried and we'll look at it, but please don't just dump your problems in our laps like this.

commented: Loved the thread about "this guy"! :-) +12
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