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Please, help me. I am new in programing. I try but I can not do it. Please, can you someone explain me ?

Program in C that takes a number from 1 to 10 as a user input (unless sentinel value is provided), checks if the number is not odd, and if not, multiply userโ€™s input by 100. By using while, switch, if statements and continue and brake keywords.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
227,126 Points

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hello, thank you for answering. I could not find C language. Please, if you have time, can you help me?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
227,126 Points

Oh, good point, the "C" language is not taught by Treehouse or supported on this forum. C# would probably be the closest language here.

Also, this description of the objective doesn't seem complete. In particular:

  • it says "unless sentinel value is provided" but doesn't say by what mechanism this value will be provided
  • it's not clear what should be done with the result of multiplying an odd number by 100
  • it's not clear what should be done if the number is found to be even

Perhaps the original instructions have more info and/or provide some examples that would fill in these gaps. Can you provide a link to them?