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Grading System Using Pointers in C++

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Submitted on: 10/20/2016 1:21:55 AM
By: Jake R. Pomperada  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: C++ (general)
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     Here is another C++ program that I wrote a very long time ago using Pointers that will ask the users grade and then our program will check if the user pass or failed in a particular subject. The code is very easy to understand and use. I hope you will find my work useful. Thank you. Add me at Facebook my address is jakerpomperada@gmail.com and jakerpomperada@yahoo.com. My email address are the following jakerpomperada@gmail.com and jakerpomperada@yahoo.com. My mobile number here in the Philippines is 09173084360.
 
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//**************************************
// Name: Grading System Using Pointers in C++
// Description:Here is another C++ program that I wrote a very long time ago using Pointers that will ask the users grade and then our program will check if the user pass or failed in a particular subject. The code is very easy to understand and use. I hope you will find my work useful. Thank you.
Add me at Facebook my address is jakerpomperada@gmail.com and jakerpomperada@yahoo.com. 
My email address are the following jakerpomperada@gmail.com and jakerpomperada@yahoo.com. 
My mobile number here in the Philippines is 09173084360.
// By: Jake R. Pomperada
//**************************************

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
main() {
int array[10];
int *p;
p = array;
cout << "\t Grade Selector 1.0";
cout << "\n\n";
for (int a=0; a<10; a++)
 {
 cout << "\nEnter Grade No. " << a+1 << ":";
 cin >> p[a];
 }
 cout << "\n\n";
 cout << "\nGrade 90 To 100";
 cout << "\n";
 for (int a=0; a<10; a++)
 {
if (p[a] >= 90 && p[a] <=100) {
cout << "\n" <<p[a];
}
 }
 cout << "\n\n";
 cout << "\nGrade 80 To 89";
 cout << "\n";
 for (int a=0; a<10; a++)
 {
if (p[a] >= 80 && p[a] <=89) {
cout << "\n" <<p[a];
}
 }
 cout << "\n\n";
 cout << "\nGrade 75 To 79";
 cout << "\n";
 for (int a=0; a<10; a++)
 {
if (p[a] >= 75 && p[a] <=79) {
cout << "\n" <<p[a];
}
 }
 cout << "\n\n";
 cout << "\nList of Failing Grades";
 cout << "\n";
 for (int a=0; a<10; a++)
 {
if (p[a] < 75) {
cout << "\n" <<p[a];
}
 }
 cout << "\n\n";
 system("pause");
}


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