Those two words were meant for each other. :cheesy: Anyways, i got the final on Wednesday and it's due next Wednesday.
I have to design a program that takes information from a text document, displays that information, makes calculations based on that information, and then prints those calculations in a separate text document. The document LarryLemon.txt is the record of all cars sold at a used car lot. With each car sold the following variables were recorded in the document: VehiclePrice, LastName$, FirstName$, Phone, Address, City$, State$, ZIP, and Salesperson$.
I have written the following code so far:
'Ananda Bennett '12/06/06 'Sales program OPEN "c:\LarryLemon.txt" FOR INPUT AS #1 DO WHILE EOF(#1) <> -1 INPUT #1, VehiclePrice, LastName$, FirstName$, Phone, Address, City$, State$, ZIP, Salesperson$ PRINT "VehiclePrice LastName FirstName Phone Address City State ZIP Salesperson" PRINT "................................................................................................" PRINT VehiclePrice; " " ;LastName$; " " ;FirstName$; " " ;Phone; " " ;Address; " " ;City$; " " ;State$; " " ;ZIP; " " ;Salesperson$ PRINT " " LOOP CLOSE #1
The code above only displays the information in the LL.txt file. The three calculations that I need to make are totaling how many cars each sales person sold, the total of their sales, and the average cost of a car he or she sold. Along with the sales persons name, the other two calculations need to be sent to a file for each sales person.
In order to count the total of cars sold by each sales person I was going to use the following code:
'i will do this for each sales person IF Salesperson = Taylor THEN LET count = count + 1
The following code will print the three calculations that I mentioned above:
LET totalcost = cost + cost LET avgcost =(totalcost)/count PRINT " Vehicles sold: ";count PRINT " Total sales: ";totalcost PRINT" Average sales: ";avgcost
Now the only thing left to do is print, along with the corresponding sales persons name, the total of their sales, and the average cost of a car he or she sold, in a text document. I pretty much have no idea how to do that. So, if anyone here could give me some insight into this it would be greatly appreciated.
Also, i have no idea if any of the code past the first snip-it works because my PC is in the shop. If someone would run them and let me know which ones work and which ones don't, that too would be greatly appreciated.