# Use a two dimentional array to slove the following prblm. A company has four salespeople (w/ salesperson number 1 to 4) Who sell five different products (w/ product number 1 to 5) Once a day each salesperson passes in a slip for each different type of product sold each slip contains: 1. The salesperson number 2. The product number 3.The total dollar value of that product sold that day. Thus each sales person passes in 0 to 5 sales slips per day. Assume that the information from all of slips for last month is available. While the program that will read all this information for last month sales and summarize the total sales by salesperson by product. All totals should be stored in the two dimensional array sales. After processing all the information for last month, point the result tabular format w/ each of the columns representing a particular salesperson & each of the rows representing a particular product. Cross total each row to get the total sales of each product for last month Cross total each column to get total sales by salesperson for last month Your neat tabular printout should include these cross total to the right of the totaled rows & to the bottom of the total columns.

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• prcat87 Apr 12, 2009

I have a similar problem to code in C++.
Can anybody help?
prcat87

Create a two-dimensional array to solve the following problem:
A
company has four salespeople who sell five different products. Once a
day, each salesperson passes in a slip for each different type of
product sold. The slip indicates the salesperson number (1-4) the
product number (1-5) and the total value of that product sold for the
day. Each sales person will turn in up to 5 sales slips per day.
Create an array to hold the salesperson's name: 1- Joe, 2 - James, 3 - Jeff, 4 - Jake
Create an array to hold the product information: 1 - Tubes, 2 - Tires, 3 - Sproket, 4 - Peg, 5 - Caliper
Write
a program that will take in the information for last month's sales and
summarize the totals by salesperson, by product. All totals should be
stored in a two-dimensional array entitled sales. After processing all
the information (input), print the results in a tabular format with
each of the columns representing a particular salesperson and each row
representing a particular product. Cross total each row and column.
Example:
Joe James Jeff Jake total
Tubes xx xx xx xx xx
Tires xx xx xx xx xx
Sproket xx xx xx xx xx
Peg xx xx xx xx xx
Caliper xx xx xx xx xx
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
total xx xx xx xx xx
use the following information:
sales person product amount
1 1 250.00
2 1 125.00
3 1 095.00
4 1 065.00
1 2 080.00
2 2 525.00
3 2 125.00
4 2 365.00
1 3 050.00
2 3 755.00
3 3 690.00
4 3 650.00
1 4 210.00
2 4 163.25
3 4 012.00
4 4 652.50
1 5 195.35
2 5 475.82
3 5 237.50
4 5 632.25

• Anonymous Apr 30, 2009

using java

• Kuldeep Kumar Dubey May 11, 2010

Hi,

In which language/technology do you want this?

Thanks.

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Here's a solution, written in BASIC:

10 PRINT, "Hello World"
20 EXIT

Posted on May 14, 2009

SOURCE: Write a program that will

the only possible solution that i can think of is Flash since u want to run it on every OS.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

Nice try! Find an upper-class student to give you one-on-one tutoring for your homework.

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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