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Pusedo is as follows

/get the cost of them items and add it to the total
when no onter items are found exit loop
if there are items continue loop //

item = y
total = 0
do while item = y
total = item + total
get cost of new item
if cost = 0 then item = n
loop
Print "BILL TOTAL = " + total

// minus discount
enter discount amt (in %) as da
discount = (da/100) * total
total = total - da
Print "DISCOUNT = " + discount
Print "new total " + total

//add vat
vat = (12/100) * total
total = total + vat
Print "VAT " + vat
Print "new Total " + total


//get pay
enter amt paid as amt
change = amt - total
Print "Paid " + amt
Print "change " + change

Print THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING AT FIXYA

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