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Statistics - Tutorial C# Sharp
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Statistics - Tutorial C# Sharp

Lesson 2:

Flow Control

Exercise 2.29:



Write a program to compute several basic statistical operations: it will accept numbers from the user and show their sum, average, minimum and maximum, as in the following example:

Number? 5
Total=5 Amount=1 Average=5 Maximum=5 Minimum=5
Number? 2
Total=7 Amount=2 Average=3 Maximum=5 Minimum=2
Number? 0

(As seen in this example, the program will finish when the user enters 0)

Source Code:

using System;
public class exercise046
    public static void Main()
        int num;

        int total = 0, amount = 0;
        int maximum, minimum;

        Console.Write("number? ");
        num = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());
        maximum = num;
        minimum = num;

        while (num != 0)
            total += num;

            if (num > maximum)
                maximum = num;

            if (num < minimum)
                minimum = num;

                "Total={0} Amount={1} Average={2} maximum={3} minimum={4}",
                total, amount, total / amount, maximum, minimum);

            Console.Write("number? ");
            num = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());
Exercisey 2.29

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