A company has six divisions, numbered 1-6. Write a program that lets the user enter four quarterly sales figures for these six divisions, in the order division 1 quarter 1, division 1 quarter 2, division 1 quarter 3, division 1 quarter 4, division 2 quarter 1, etc. There should be input validation, allowing the user to only input positive numbers for sales figures. If a user inputs a negative number, the program should ignore it and prompt them again.
The figures should be stored in a two-dimensional array of doubles . Once the figures are entered, the program should display the following data for each quarter:
● A list of the sales figures by division ● Each division’s increase or decrease from the previous quarter (this will not be displayed for the first quarter) ● The total sales for the quarter ● The company’s increase or decrease from the previous quarter (this will not be displayed for the first quarter) ● The average sales for all divisions that quarter ● The division with the highest sales for that quarter
Jul 21st, 2015
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