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Switch Statement Problem

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  1. amplechin

    amplechin New Member

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    Using switch statement, how can i create a program that ask the user to enter choices 1,2 or 3 only and do the problem below?
    SAMPLE OUTPUT

    *********CHOICES*********
    [1] number to roman
    [2] 12hour to 24hour clock
    [3] exit
    *************************
    ENTER YOUR CHOICE:4
    INVALID.
    (Terminated)

    ENTER YOUR CHOICE:1

    [1] Conversion
    Create a program that prompts the user to enter a number (from 1-3000 only) then output the number and its corresponding roman numeral number.

    [2] 12Hr clock  24Hr clock
    Create a program that will prompt the user to input time based on a 12-hour clock and output the corresponding time based on a 24-hour clock. Check all possible invalid input data.
     
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    Code:
    printf("[display menu]");
    char buf[32];
    fgets(buf,30,stdin);
    switch (atoi(buf))
    {
    case 1: /* do the 1 stuff */ break;
    case 2: /* do the 2 stuff */ break;
    case 3: /* do the 3 stuff */ break;
    default: printf("INVALID\n"); break;
    }
    
     

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