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    help me with this problem..i prefer using nested if..i need to compare with mine..i'm using codeBlocks btw..tqvm

    write a program that will offer interviews to applicants who meets certain age and educational specification.

    How old is the applicant?
    what university? 1)UiTM 2)other
    Field of studies? 1)science 2)art

    the criteria

    science art
    UiTM age>25 25<age<30

    other 25<age<40 25<age<35

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    Don't ask for homework answers. Write some code and try asking again.

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    What have you done so far?
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    Post help me!!urgent!!

    sorry..this what i've done so far..would tou mind to look and comment at it..i'm using codeBlocks btw..thanks..

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    int main()
        char u;
        char field;
        int age;
        printf("Enter you university: \n");
        printf("Enter your field: \n");
        printf("Enter your age: \n");
        scanf("%c", &u);
        scanf("%c", &field);
        scanf("%d", &age);
        if ( u == 'i')
         { if ( age >= 25)
           printf("Congratulation 1");
           else if (age >=25 && age <=30)
           printf("Congratulation 2");
           printf("Sorry 1");
             if(age >= 25 && age <=40)
             printf("Congratulation 3");
             else if (age >=25 && age<=35)
             printf("Congratulation 4");
             printf("Sorry 2");
    return 0;
    Last edited by Salem; 02-02-2011 at 07:01 AM. Reason: The tags go around the code!

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    What exactly are you asking about? Does it do what you expect? Use the code tags.
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    1. Do you really expect university and field to be just a single character long? You may want to set aside many chars (as in, a char array) to hold those answers.

    2. I am curious as to how you expect any of your else-if statements to be true. For instance, congratulations 1 is printed whenever age is bigger than 25, so the else part of that statement will only happen for people under 25; and no one with an age less than 25 has an age between 25 and 30.

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