I was wondering if someone could show me an example of a future value calculator:
" F = P(1+rate)^t "
F = future value
P = initial deposit (principal)
rate = (annual) interest rate (expressed as a fraction, e.g. 0.06)
t = number of years invested
The user needs to be able too input each parameter:
"Please input the principal: ______"
"Please input the annual interest rate: ______"
"Please input the number of years invested: ______"
The program should run the calculator and output the information:
"The future value of your investment after ___ years is : ______"
> I was wondering if someone could show me an example of a future value calculator:
if you are a beginner, have a crack at it yourself - you'll learn more that
way (the downside is you may end up with a few self-inflicted wounds!)
if you get stuck, post a specific question and include the code you've tried.
I was going to... I just wanted to compare my results to someone elses.
Here is my code I came up with:
How does it look?
Jesper de Jong
It looks good.
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