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in a candy store. Each of your customers buys exactly one item costing $1.00 or less. Each customer pays for the item with exactly $1.00. Your job is to give each customer the right amount of change in some combination of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. The combination must be the minimum number of coins. The input is composed of customer records, each containing customer name, and item cost. The output is composed of lines, each containing customer name, item cost, change, number of quarters, number of dimes, number of nickels, number of pennies. A cost of $0.00 will be used to signal the end of the input.

Table of Variables Variable Name NAME COST CHANGEP CHANGE QUARTER DIME NICKEL PENNY

Type String Number Number Number Number Number Number Number

Range A-Z, a-z 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-4 0-2 0-1 0-4

Description The customer name The cost of the item The permanent change value The amount of change The number of quarters The number of dimes The number of nickels The number of pennies

Pseudocode START WRITE "Enter: Name, Cost" READ NAME, COST DOWHILE COST > 0 QUARTER = 0 DIME = 0 NICKEL = 0 PENNY = 0 CHANGE = 1 - COST CHANGEP = CHANGE DOWHILE CHANGE >= 0.25 CHANGE = CHANGE - 0.25 QUARTER = QUARTER + 1 ENDDO DOWHILE CHANGE >= 0.10 CHANGE = CHANGE - 0.10 DIME = DIME + 1 ENDDO DOWHILE CHANGE >= 0.05 CHANGE = CHANGE - 0.05 NICKEL = NICKEL + 1 ENDDO DOWHILE CHANGE > 0 CHANGE = CHANGE - 0.01 PENNY = PENNY + 1 ENDDO WRITE "Customer Name: ", NAME WRITE "Item Cost: ", COST WRITE "Change: ", CHANGEP WRITE "Number of quarters: ", QUARTER WRITE "Number of dimes: ", DIME WRITE "Number of nickels: ", NICKEL WRITE "Number of pennies: ", PENNY WRITE "-------------------------------" READ NAME, COST ENDDO

Qbasic Source Code CLS PRINT "Enter: Name, Cost" INPUT NAME$, COST DO WHILE (COST > 0) QUARTER = 0 DIME = 0 NICKEL = 0 PENNY = 0 CHANGE = (1 - COST) CHANGEP = CHANGE DO WHILE (CHANGE >= .25) CHANGE = (CHANGE - .25) QUARTER = (QUARTER + 1) LOOP DO WHILE (CHANGE >= .1) CHANGE = (CHANGE - .1) DIME = (DIME + 1) LOOP DO WHILE (CHANGE >= .05) CHANGE = (CHANGE - .05) NICKEL = (NICKEL + 1) LOOP DO WHILE (CHANGE > 0) CHANGE = (CHANGE - .01) PENNY = (PENNY + 1) LOOP PRINT "Customer Name: ", NAME$ PRINT "Item Cost: ", COST PRINT "Change: ", CHANGEP PRINT "Number of quarters: ", QUARTER PRINT "Number of dimes: ", DIME PRINT "Number of nickels: ", NICKEL PRINT "Number of pennies: ", PENNY PRINT "-------------------------------" INPUT NAME$, COST LOOP END

Program Output: Enter: Name, Cost ? Bill,.23 Customer Name: Bill Item Cost: .23 Change: .77 Number of quarters: 3 Number of dimes: 0 Number of nickels: 0 Number of pennies: 2 ------------------------------? Sam,.51 Customer Name: Sam Item Cost: .51 Change: .49 Number of quarters: 1 Number of dimes: 2 Number of nickels: 0 Number of pennies: 4 ------------------------------? Sue,.97 Customer Name: Sue Item Cost: .97 Change: 2.999997E-02 Number of quarters: 0 Number of dimes: 0 Number of nickels: 0 Number of pennies: 3 ------------------------------? Richard,0 Press any key to continue

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