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    I dont know what ya all make of this but Ive spend the morning writing code that I think should hopefully fulfil the requirements of my assignment, I know it doesnt work but I'd like peoples advice and input on what to change and stuff to make it work.

    Code:
    #include <conio.h> 
    #include <stdio.h> 
    
    void main (void)
    {
         char ch;
         int year1;
         int year2;
         int name
         int +1
         
         printf ("Press C to check if accepted and failed applications folder is created: ");
         // Im unsure how and if borland complier can create and/or check folders if someone knows how please share thanks
         
         printf ("If you would like to display how many applications have beed processed, Please press p: ");
         // Im unsure how and if borland complier can display how many applications have beed processed if someone knows how please share thanks 
        
         printf ("Please input applicates full name");
         if (name = %d)printf($d "application record");
         else printf ("Please input applicates name");//if nothing is enterd
         
              printf ("Please input" %d "maths grade: ");
         ch = getche(a, b, c, d);
         if(get che = a)printf("passed");
         if(get che = b)printf("passed");
         if(get che = c)printf("passed");
         if(get che = d)printf("fail");
         else printf("Please input" %d "maths grade: ");// if nothing is entered
         
         printf ("Please input" %d "english lit grade: ");
         ch = getche(a, b, c, d);
         if(get che = a)printf("passed");
         if(get che = b)printf("passed");
         if(get che = c)printf("passed");
         if(get che = d)printf("fail");
         else printf("Please input" %d "english lit grade: ");// if nothing is entered
      
         printf ("Please input" %d "english lag grade: ");
         ch = getche(a, b, c, d);
         if(get che = a)printf("passed");
         if(get che = b)printf("passed");
         if(get che = c)printf("passed");
         if(get che = d)printf("fail");
         else printf("Please input" %d "english lag grade: ");// if nothing is entered
      
         printf ("Please input" %d "science grade: ");
         ch = getche(a, b, c, d);
         if(get che = a)printf("passed");
         if(get che = b)printf("passed");
         if(get che = c)printf("passed");
         if(get che = d)printf("fail");
         else printf("Please input" %d "science grade: ");// if nothing is entered
    
    
         printf ("Please enter the year of" %d "born: ");//year1
         printf ("Please enter current year: ");//year2
         if (year1 = 1994 - year2 = 2009)printf("15 is not accepted age");
         if (year1 = 1993 - year2 = 2009)printf("16 is an accepted age");
         if (year1 = 1992 - year2 = 2009)printf("17 is an accepted age");
         if (year1 = 1991 - year2 = 2009)printf("18 is an accepted age");
         if (year1 = 1990 - year2 = 2009)printf("19 is an accepted age");
         if (year1 = 1989 - year2 = 2009)printf("20 is an accepted age");
         else (year1 = 0 - year = 0)printf("Please input the year of" %d "born and current year" );//if nothing is entered
             
        
         printf ("Please state if" %d "is employed or unemployed: ");
         ch = getche(e, u);
         if (get che = e)printf (%d "is employed therefore cannot do course");
         if (get che = u)printf (%d "is unemployed therefore can do course");
         else printf ("Please state if" %d "is employed or uneployed: ");//if nothing is entered
        
        
         printf ("Please confirm" %d "information: ");
         printf ("Math grade entered: ");
         printf ("English lit grade entered: ");
         printf ("English lag grade entered: ");
         printf ("Science grade entered: ");
         printf ("Age: ");
         printf ("Job status: ");
         
         printf ("If this information is correct, press y, If this information isnt correct, press n");
         ch = getche(y, n);
         if (getche = y)
         printf ("Based on information entered the math grade is: ");//
         printf ("Based on information entered the english lit grade is: ");//
         printf ("Based on information entered the english lan grade is: ");//
         printf ("Based on information entered the science grade is: ");//
         printf ("Based on information entered age is: ");//
         printf ("Based on information entered job status is: ");//
         if (getche = n) //loop to be entered in here
         else printf ("If this information is correct, press y, If this information isnt correct, press n");//if nothing is entered
         
         
         printf ("Application is: ");//states whether application is accepted or failed 
         if (Application = accepted)save to C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Accepted; 
         if (Application = accepted)save as %d; //save under students name
         if (Application = accepted) +1 ;//once the folder has 6 accepted applications:
         printf ("Sorry no more postions left");
         if (Application = failed)save to C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Failed;
         if (Application = failed)save as %d; // save under students name
         if (Application = failed) +1 ;
         
         printf ("Total applications accepted: "); 
         printf ("Total applications failed: ");
         
         system("pause");
         return 0;
         
    }
    Last edited by geekrockergal; 02-01-2009 at 07:01 AM.

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    What course are you taking and where? What is the text you are using in this course? Are you actually reading it and using it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rags_to_riches View Post
    What course are you taking and where? What is the text you are using in this course? Are you actually reading it and using it?
    Im taking a foundation science degree in communcation and computer networks @ city of bristol college and yes I am reading and using the course material

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    Don't be discouraged by the cantakerous, geekrockergirl!

    Quote Originally Posted by geekrockergal View Post
    // Im unsure how and if borland complier can create and/or check folders if someone knows how please share thanks

    // Im unsure how and if borland complier can display how many applications have beed processed if someone knows how please share thanks
    But don't be too flip either -- your second question verges on thinking outloud to myself only. I presume by "application" you mean some kind of text file and not "application" as in executable program.

    Anyway, w/r/t the first question, how C deals with the filesystem is not specific to one compiler, so your question is really "how can I use C to create and/or check folders?" In fact, this process is the same even across operating systems, but in the documentation they will be called directories and not folders. The first C command you want to look up is opendir. The other is mkdir.
    C programming resources:
    GNU C Function and Macro Index -- glibc reference manual
    The C Book -- nice online learner guide
    Current ISO draft standard
    CCAN -- new CPAN like open source library repository
    3 (different) GNU debugger tutorials: #1 -- #2 -- #3
    cpwiki -- our wiki on sourceforge

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK27 View Post
    Don't be discouraged by the cantakerous, geekrockergirl!


    But don't be too flip either -- your second question verges on thinking outloud to myself only. I presume by "application" you mean some kind of text file and not "application" as in executable program.

    Anyway, w/r/t the first question, how C deals with the filesystem is not specific to one compiler, so your question is really "how can I use C to create and/or check folders?" In fact, this process is the same even across operating systems, but in the documentation they will be called directories and not folders. The first C command you want to look up is opendir. The other is mkdir.
    I'l try and not be discouraged
    yes I do mean text file, Im not good when it comes to explaining things thanks I'l look up the opendir and mkdir I had a feeling it was something other those lines (from my expeirance of vb) thanks again

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