Resistor value to color code and vice versa

I'd like to thank you all for your time and help in advanced much appreciated.

Microsoft Visual Studio 2012

C++ Console Application

What my program is to do:

-ask user for value ex. 200 ohms

- output the value in color ex brown black brown

and vice versa

-ask user for color ex brown black brown

-output the value ex 200 ohms

a few background summary:

I'm very new to C++(2 days) i have self taught myself c++ enough to make my very first working program. i got it to output the value based on the color numbers entered. basically am trying to make a resistor color code calculator.

My problem:

- it only outputs the value based on color numbers

how do i make it output value in colors?

- is there better ways of doing this?

Code:

`#include <iostream>`

#include <cmath>

using namespace std;

int main() {

double colornum,multiplier;

cout<<"0 = black"<<endl;

cout<<"1 = brown"<<endl;

cout<<"2 = red"<<endl;

cout<<"3 = orange"<<endl;

cout<<"4 = yellow"<<endl;

cout<<"5 = green"<<endl;

cout<<"6 = blue"<<endl;

cout<<"7 = violet"<<endl;

cout<<"8 = grey"<<endl;

cout<<"9 = white" <<endl<<endl;

cout<<"Enter 1st & 2nd band color numbers: ";

cin>>colornum;

cout<<"Enter 3rd band color number(Multiplier): ";

cin>>multiplier;

cout <<"The color code of a "<<colornum<<multiplier<< " resistor is: ";

if ( multiplier == 0) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,0 );

} else if ( multiplier == 1 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,1 );

} else if ( multiplier == 2 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,2 );

} else if ( multiplier == 3 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,3 );

} else if ( multiplier == 4 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,4 );

} else if ( multiplier == 5 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,5 );

} else if ( multiplier == 6 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,6 );

} else if ( multiplier == 7 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,7 );

} else if ( multiplier == 8 ) {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,8 );

} else {

multiplier = colornum * pow( 10,9 );

}

cout <<multiplier<<endl;

return 0;

}