## Reverse order printing

I put this up earlier, but my code is way different now and I can't figure out why mine prints in the reverse order. I just want to know why it prints the way it does, just to get past phase 1 and move on to the next bit of the game.

Code:
```//ASSIGNMENT 1, TENNIS GAME
// MORE FUNCTIONS TO BE ADDED AS PROGRAM PROGRESSES                                                                               19/08/07 Version

#include <stdio.h>

#define PRINT 0
#define DEUCE 1

int scoreA = 0;  //Declaration of global variables
int scoreB = 0;
int gameA = 0;
int gameB = 0;

int scoreFunct(char c, char team, int gameA, int gameB);     // THIS FUNCTION DOES THE SCORE CALCULATION
void printFunct(int scoreA, int scoreB, char c, char team, int gameA, int gameB);   //THIS FUNCTION DOES THE MAJOR PRINTING(SCORES,GAMES etc.)

int main (int argc, char **argv){

char team;
char c;
int cnt = 0;//counting variable for while loop

while(((team = getchar()) != EOF) && (cnt < 1)){                         //This loop here ends after 1 letter is detected
if((team == 'A') || (team == 'a') || (team == 'B') || (team == 'b')){
scoreFunct(c,team,gameA,gameB);
}
cnt++;
}

return(0);
}

//THIS IS THE SCORING FUNCTION

int scoreFunct(char c, char team, int gameA, int gameB){

while((c = getchar()) != EOF){

if (c == 'S'){
printFunct(scoreA,scoreB,c,team,gameA,gameB);
return(PRINT);
}

else if(c == 'B'){
if(scoreB < 30){
scoreB+=15;
}
else if(scoreB == 30){
scoreB+=10;
}
else if(scoreB == 40){
if(team == 65){
gameB = gameB + 1;
scoreB = scoreB - scoreB;  //Since scoreB is a global variable, we need to reset it to 0 after the game to start the new score for next game
scoreA = scoreA - scoreA;
team = 65 + 1;
}
else if(team == 66){
gameB = gameB + 1;
scoreB = scoreB - scoreB;
scoreA = scoreA - scoreA;
team = 66 - 1;
}
}
}

else if(c == 'A'){
if(scoreA < 30){
scoreA+=15;
}
else if(scoreA == 30){
scoreA+=10;
}
else if(scoreA == 40){
if(team == 65){
gameA = gameA + 1;
scoreA = scoreA - scoreA;  //Since scoreA is a global variable, we need to reset it to 0 after the game to start the new score for next game
scoreB = scoreB - scoreB;
team = 65 + 1;
}
else if(team == 66){
gameA = gameA + 1;
scoreA = scoreA - scoreA;
scoreB = scoreB - scoreB;
team = 66 - 1;
}
}
}
}

return(0);
}

//THIS IS THE PRINTING FUNCTION

void printFunct(int scoreA, int scoreB, char c, char team, int gameA, int gameB){

if(scoreFunct(c,team,gameA,gameB) == PRINT){
if((scoreA == 0) && (scoreB == 0)){
printf("Team &#37;c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("Love-All\n");
printf("\n");
}
else if((scoreA < 40) && (scoreB < 40)){
if(team == 65){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("%d-%d\n", scoreA, scoreB);
printf("\n");
}
else if(team == 66){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("%d-%d\n", scoreB, scoreA);
printf("\n");
}
}
else if((scoreA == 40) || (scoreB == 40)){
if((scoreA == 40) && (scoreB == 40)){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("DEUCE\n");
printf("\n");
}
else{
if(team == 65){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("%d-%d\n", scoreA, scoreB);
printf("\n");
}
else if(team == 66){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("%d-%d\n", scoreB, scoreA);
printf("\n");
}
}
}
else if((scoreA == 0) && (scoreB > 0)){
if(team == 65){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("Love-%d\n",scoreB);
printf("\n");
}
else if(team == 66){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("%d-Love\n",scoreB);
printf("\n");
}
}
else if((scoreA > 0) && (scoreB == 0)){
if(team == 65){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("%d-Love\n",scoreA);
printf("\n");
}
else if(team == 66){
printf("Team %c to serve:\n", team);
printf("%d-%d\n",gameA,gameB);
printf("Love-%d\n",scoreA);
printf("\n");
}
}
}
}```