wayne brandon wrote:The user will then enter the score for each of the module assignments
wayne brandon wrote:The minimum score per assignment is 0
wayne brandon wrote:The maximum mark per module is 100
wayne brandon wrote:The number of assignments per module varies
wayne brandon wrote:(the user will not enter the number of assignments and the program will not assume a number)
wayne brandon wrote:Once the score for each of the assignments has been entered the total mark for that module is displayed along with the module grade.
Everybody else does that sort of thing, so don't worry. Start assignmentScore with a different value because you are sure to reassign it in the loop, unless you suffer an exception, in which case you want to miss out the whole of the loop, in which case you need to revise your recent thread about exceptions
wayne brandon wrote:. . . 0 is equal to 0 . . .
That's a pleasure
wayne brandon wrote:. . . this looks very good!
thanks! . . .
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