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average monthly temps and arrays

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Im having trouble with the code im doing below,basically im trying to get the average temp for each of the 12 months of the year, the average temp must be input by the user.

The programme then need to calculate the coldest,warmest and average monthly temp in both f and cels

My problem so far is my code is working but rather showing the month im showing the m onths number. in other words

ie the average temp for month 6 is 87c rather than the average temp for june is 87c

How do i get the code to show its june rather than a 6.

then when im printing out the coldest month it saids

the coldest month is 87c,how do i get it to say the coldest month is june which is 87c.

Here is my working code so far

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Do you have anything that maps a number to a month name? Maybe another array? If so (or if you write one), you could use that to get the month name.
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