### Lab Exploration: Evaluating Coins

Imagine you have a piggy bank containing only pennies and nickels.  You want to determine the total worth in dollars and cents. In this activity you will be exploring a program that solves this problem.  Write the answers to each question in your lab notebook.

1.  Obtain the source code for the solution: evalcoins.c

2.  Study the source code and complete the table below (in your lab notebook) with the predicted output for each test case:

 Test Case # Input Data Expected Output 1 How many pennies: 35 How many nickels: 25 Dollars: 1 Change:  60 2 How many pennies: 25 How many nickels: 35 3 How many pennies: 24 How many nickels: 35

2.  Compile the source code.  It should compile with no errors.

3.  Run the program three times and provide the input data shown in the table above. Verify that the output is the same as your predicted.

5. What happens when you enter a number greater than 100 for pennies?

6. What happens when you enter a negative number for pennies?

7. What happens when you enter a floating point value for pennies, say 11.5?

8. Change the output so instead of simply reporting amount of dollars and change, the display gives an explanatory message, for example

1 dollars and 87 cents

9. Change the output so the result is displayed the way most currency amounts are shown, with a dollar sign and a decimal point.

Does your program display the correct answer if the coin total is one dollar and five cents (\$1.05)?

(Most probably your program doesn't give the correct output, because the book hasn't yet explained how to deal with this situation. So don't worry about it for now.  You should be able to make it display "\$1. 5").

10. Modify the program so that it also accepts dimes.

11. Demonstrate that the variable names chosen by the programmer can be changed by replacing every occurrence of "total" with "bank". The program should compile and execute without errors.

12. What does the % operator do in the calculation of change? Can you rewrite the formula so that it work correctly using only the four basic arithmetic operators? Change the statement to use your alternative formula and run it with the test data above to verify it works the same.

13. Submit your completed source code using this handin command: