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3.33 Write an appropriate If-Then statement or an If-Then-Else block for each of the following situations.
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(a) Test the value of the variable sum. If sum exceeds 100, then adjust its value so that it equals 100. (b) Test the value of the variable sum. If sum exceeds 100, then display its value, adjust its value so that it equals 100 and assign the string "Maximum Amount Exceeded" to the string variable Flag. (c) Test the value of the variable sum. If sum is less than or equal to 100, add the value of the variable v to sum. If sum exceeds 100, however, adjust its value so that it equals 100 and assign a value of 0 to v.
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Write an appropriate If-Then statement or an If-Then-Else block for each of the following situations. (a) Suppose the variable pay has been assigned a value of 6.00. Test the value of the variable hours. If hours exceeds 40, assign the value of 9.50 to pay. (b) Test the value of the variable hours. If hours is less than or equal to 40, assign 6.00 to pay and assign "Regular" to the string variable Status. If pay exceeds 40, assign 9.50 to pay and assign "Overtime" to Status.
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Write an appropriate If-Then-Else block for the following situation: Test the string variable Flag. If Flag = "True", set count equal to 0 and assign the message "Resetting the Counter" to the string variable Msg1. Then test the value of the single-precision real variable Z. If Z exceeds Zmax, assign the message "Maximum Value Exceeded" to the string variable Msg2, and assign the value of Zmin to Z. Otherwise, add the value of W to Z. If Flag = "False", increase the value of count by 1, then test the string variable Type. If Type equals "A", add the value of U to Z. If Type equals "B", add the value of V to Z. Otherwise, add the value of W to Z. Finally, reset the value of Flag to "True".
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Write a Select Case structure that will examine the value of a numeric variable called Flag and assign one of the following messages to the string variable Message, depending on the value assigned to Flag. (a) "Hot", if Flag has a value of 1 (b) "Luke Warm", if Flag has a value of 2 (c)
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"Cold", if Flag has a value of 3
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(d) "Out of Range", if Flag has any other value 3.37 Write a Select Case structure that will examine the value of a string variable called Color and assign one of the following messages to the string variable Message, depending on the value assigned to Color. (a) "Red", if either r or R is assigned to Color (b) "Green", if either g or G is assigned to Color (c)
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"Blue", if either b or B is assigned to Color
(d) "Black", if Color is assigned any other string
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Write an appropriate block of statements that will examine the value of a single-precision variable called Temperature and display one of the following messages, depending on the value assigned to Temperature. (a) "Ice", if the value of Temperature is less than 0 (b) "Water", if the value of Temperature lies between 0 and 100 (c)
"Steam", if the value of Temperature exceeds 100
Can a Select Case structure be used in this instance 3.39 Write a loop that will calculate the sum of every third integer, beginning with i = 2 (i.e., calculate the sum 2 + 5 + 8 + 11 + . . .) for all values of i that are less than 100. Write the loop in each of the following ways: (a) Using a For-Next structure (b) Using a Do While-Loop structure (c) Using a Do Until-Loop structure
(d) Using a Do-Loop While structure (e) 3.40 Using a Do-Loop Until structure
Repeat Problem 3.39, calculating the sum of every nth integer, beginning with nstart (i.e., nstart, nstart+n, nstart+(2*n), nstart+(3*n), etc.). Continue the looping process for all values of i that do not exceed nstop. Modify Problem 3.40 by transferring out of the loop if sum exceeds some specified value represented by maxsum. Generalize Problem 3.39 by generating a series of loops, each loop generating the sum of every jth integer, where j ranges from 2 to 13. Begin each loop with a value of i = 2 and increase i by j, until i takes on the largest possible value that is less than 100. (In other words, the first loop will calculate the sum 2 + 4 + 6 + . . . + 98; the second loop will calculate the sum 2 + 5 + 8 + . . . + 98; the third loop will calculate the sum 2 + 6 + 10 + . . . + 98; and so on. The last loop will calculate the sum 2 + 15 + 28 + . . . + 93. Use a nested loop structure to solve this problem, with one loop embedded within another. Calculate each sum with the inner loop, and let the outer loop control the value of j. Write a loop that will generate every third integer, beginning with i = 2 and continuing for all integers that are less than 100. Calculate the sum of those integers that are evenly divisible by 5. Repeat Problem 3.43, calculating the sum of every nth integer, beginning with nstart (i.e., nstart, nstart+n, nstart+(2*n), nstart+(3*n), etc.). Continue the looping process for all values of i that do not exceed nstop. Calculate the sum of those integers that are evenly divisible by k, where k represents some positive integer. Write a loop that will examine each character in a string called Text and determine how many of the characters are letters, how many are digits, how many are blank spaces, and how many are other kinds of characters (e.g., punctuation characters). Hint: Use the Len library function to determine the length of the string; then use the Mid library function within a loop to extract the individual characters, one at a time.
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