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1.) A bank in your town updates its customers?

A bank in your town updates its customers’ accounts at the end of each month. The bank offers two types of accounts: savings and checking. Every customer must maintain a minimum balance. If a customer’s balance falls below the minimum balance, there is a service charge of $10.00 for savings accounts and $25.00 for checking accounts. If the balance at the end of the month is at least the minimum balance, the account receives interest as follows:

a. Savings accounts receive 4% interest

b. Checking account with balances up to $5000 more than the minimum balance receive 3% interest; otherwise, the interest is 5%.

Write a program that reads a customer’s account number (int type), account type (char; s for savings, c for checking), minimum balance that the account should maintain, and current balance. The program should then output the account number, account type, current balance, and an appropriate message.

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