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I'm totally new to c++ programming and I need to solve this problem: in the class 5 pupils got marks for the course informatics on a total of 30 points. these points have to be typed on the keyboard and have to be changed in percent. the average has to be calculated too.

I have to use iterations and I can't use anything other than <iostream>. I tried numerous times to make a decent program but the results are really bad so I'll be useless to show them.

Edited by Reverend Jim: Moved to programming forum

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Last Post by tinstaafl
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Sounds like you are lacking the fundamentals of the language. Remember that C++ is an advanced version of the C language, and iterations are generally for() and while() loops with some rational terminator (like when you get to the end of the list). Study the language a bit (there are a lot of good books out there to help you), then post your work here. First expressing the problem in pseudo-code will help understand what you are doing before you actually code it for the computer.

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Also, showing code that doesn't work or is poorly designed, is basically the point of asking for help here. Seeing the code allows someone to see exactly where you need corrections.

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