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Excerise - Singapore to US Dollar table
Loops and Conditional Statements example from a Well House Consultants training course
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Source code: Sindoll.java Module: J704
/* Excerise - Singapore to US Dollar table

One hundred Singapore Dollars are worth 56.54 US Dollars.

Write a program to produce a conversion table.
The first column should be a number of US dollars – 10, 20, 30 and so on up to 100.
The second column should be the number of Signapore Dollars that it's worth.

You are visiting Singapore and you see a teapot in a shop window at 75 Singapore Dollars.
Extend your previous program, adding a third column on the right of your output that


public class Sindoll
        public static double conversion = 0.5654;
        public static double teapot = 75.0;

        public static void main (String [] args)
                for (int usd=10; usd<=100; usd+=10)
                        double sindy = usd / conversion;
                        System.out.print("Convert $" + usd + " to " + sindy + " Sids");
                        String saying = (sindy < teapot) ?
                                " You cannae afford it" : " Hey, you CAN buy it";

/* Sample output

trainee@kingston:~/dvla6$ java Sindoll
Convert $10 to 17.686593562079942 Sids You cannae afford it
Convert $20 to 35.373187124159884 Sids You cannae afford it
Convert $30 to 53.059780686239826 Sids You cannae afford it
Convert $40 to 70.74637424831977 Sids You cannae afford it
Convert $50 to 88.43296781039972 Sids Hey, you CAN buy it
Convert $60 to 106.11956137247965 Sids Hey, you CAN buy it
Convert $70 to 123.8061549345596 Sids Hey, you CAN buy it
Convert $80 to 141.49274849663954 Sids Hey, you CAN buy it
Convert $90 to 159.1793420587195 Sids Hey, you CAN buy it
Convert $100 to 176.86593562079943 Sids Hey, you CAN buy it


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