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# CMSC 140 Programming Project 3 solution

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Chapter(s) Covered:

• Chapter 5

Concepts tested in this project

• [All concepts covered by previous projects]
• Repetition control structure
• The do.. while/while statements
• The for statement
• Input validation
• Use a repetition control structure for EACH user input

Project Description

The BlueMont chain hotels have 4 different types of room:

Single room: \$60/night

Double room: \$75/night

King room:   \$100/night

Suite room: \$150/night

The size of the hotel chains in different locations may be different in terms of the number of floors and the type and the number of rooms on each floor.

You are required to write a program that calculates the occupancy rate and the total hotel income for one night and displays this information as well as some other information described below.

The program starts by asking the location where this hotel chain is located and the number of floors in the hotel. The number of floors may not exceed 5.  The User then enters the total number of rooms for each floor. The program then asks specifically the number of occupied rooms for each room type on this floor. The total number of rooms on each floor may not exceed 30 and the program should check that the total number of occupied rooms on each floor does not exceed the total of rooms on that floor.

After the information is entered for each floor, the program calculates the following:

– Hotel income (based on the room type and its rate),

– The total number of occupied rooms,

– Total number of the uncopied rooms,

– The rate of occupancy,

– Floor number with the minimum number of rooms. (Assume no two floors have the same number of rooms).

– A message to improve the occupancy rate for the occupancy rate of less than 60%.

– Programmer’s full name

– Project number

– Project due date

Project Specifications

-Use constant variables to hold room rates, max and min # of floors and rooms.

-The program should continuously ask for the correct floor number if it is not within the range of 1 and 5.

-The program should continuously ask for the correct number of rooms for each floor if it is not within the range of 1 and 30.

-The program should repeat the process of asking the number of rooms on the floor and number of occupied rooms if the total number of occupied rooms exceeds the total number of rooms on the floor.

Refer to Sample outputs for more clarification.

Sample output#1

Sample output#2

Sample Output #3

Special Project  Submission Requirements

Deliverables:

• Intermediate deliverable:

Program design- Flowchart/ pseudo code for the Program due one week after project is given. An intermediate assignment will be created for submission. Flowchart/pseudo code can be submitted electronically in the following format: word document, pdf or handwritten flowchart/pseudo code picture saved as .jpg or png.

NOTE: Be sure to check also

1. CMSC140 Common Project Submission Requirements (.docx)
2. CMSC140 Grading Rubric_CheckList-Project 3 (.xlsx)

Test Plan Template

Test your program with at least 3 more test cases. Use the given data as an example. Record your data for input and output in the following table. Make sure your tests cover all the possible scenarios.

 Test Case # Input Actual Input Expected Output Actual Output Did the test pass? 1 loc: Washington #of floors: 0 Number of floors should be between 1 and 5. Please try again!! 2 3 4