I'm trying to make a program that will ask the user to press y to continue. If y is pressed it will then ask for a number. It will multiply the entered number by each value in an array. I can get it to work fine the first time through the array; however, when I call for the function I defined to ask the user to continue the second time it will not work properly.

	This program is for practicing "array".
	4/ 10/ 07
#include <stdio.h>
#include <conio.h>
#define SIZE 11

void askContinue (void);
void askForNumber (void);
void sCalc (void);

	float num;

	int a [SIZE] = {2, 8, -7, 9, 0, 11, 14, 7, 12, 3, 5};

int main ()
	printf ("This program has an array of size 11 which is initialized.\nYou may enter a number which\n");
	printf ("will be multiplied to every value in the array.\n\n");
	printf ("Initialized to: 2, 8, -7, 9, 0, 11, 14, 7, 12,3, 5");

	askContinue ();

void askContinue ()
	char answer;

	printf ("\nIf you want to continue press y");
	printf ("\nOtherwise hit anyother key to exit\n\n");
	scanf ("%c\n", &answer);

	switch (answer) {
		case    'y' :
			askForNumber ();


		default :
			printf ("Goodbye!");
			getch ();
			printf (&answer);
			return 0;

} //askContinue
void askForNumber ()
	printf ("\n Enter a number to be multiplied\n");
	scanf ("\n%f\n", &num);
	printf ("\n\nYou entered the number: %f\n\n", num );
	sCalc ();
void sCalc ()
printf ("The original values of the array were:\n\n");
	printf ("%s%9s\n", "Index", "value");

	for (int i = 0; i <SIZE;i++)

	printf ("%3d%9d", i, a[i]);
	printf ("\n");
	printf (" \nThe new values of the array are:\n\n");
	for (int i = 0; i <= SIZE-1; i++)
			a [i] = a[i] * num;

			printf ("%3d%9d", i, a[i]);
			printf ("\n");

askContinue ();