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    Create a program that prompts the user to enter personal identification number

    The program checks the number for validity and prints out the status of father following:

    If the date is after 1 October 2007 printed the Social Security number can not be checked

    If the date portion of the Social Security number is not valid print to datodel is invalid

    If the modulus 11 check is not successful food printed to the modulus 11 check is failed

    If Social Security number is found valid program prints also

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    This should have been moved into a restaurant board. All he did was to order the code.

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    using System;
    // A "Hello World!" program in C#
    namespace HelloWorld
        class Hello 
            static void Main() 
                System.Console.WriteLine("Hello World!");

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