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#include<iostream>
#include<cmath>
using namespace std;
bool orderTest (int, int, int);
int absValue (int);
bool orderTestAbs (int, int, int);
/*Your main function should contain a few calls to all of these functions
to demonstrate that they work correctly.
Be sure that all code paths are exercised by your choice of input values.*/
int main()
{
//this calls orderTest function
int x, y, z;
cout << " Enter three numbers \n";
cin >> x >> y >> z;
orderTest(x, y, z);
//this calls absValue function
int num;
cout << " Enter a number \n";
cin >> num;
absValue(num);
//this calls orderTestAbs function
int a, b, c;
cout << " Enter three numbers \n";
cin >> a >> b >> c;
orderTestAbs(a, b, c);
system("pause");
return 0;
}
/*orderTest  orderTest is a function that accepts three integer input parameters, x, y, and z.
It tests to see if x <= y and that y <= z. If this is true, the function should output "In order" to
the console and return true. Otherwise, the function should output "Out of order" and return false. */
bool orderTest(int numX, int numY, int numZ)
{
bool status;
if (numX <= numY && numY <= numZ)
{
cout << " The numbers are in order\n\n";
status = true;
}
else
{
cout << " The numbers are out of order\n\n";
status = false;
}
return status;
}
/*absValue  absValue is a function that accepts an integer input and returns an integer that represents
the absolute value of the input. It should produce no output on its own.
Please do the absolute value calculation work directly in the function (use an if/else and some simple math;
do not call builtin math functions to do this). */
int absValue(int value)
{
if (absValue < 0)
{
value = value;
}
else
{
value = value;
}
cout << " Absolute value of " << value << " is " << abs(value) << endl<< endl;
return (value);
}
/*orderTestAbs  This function should perform exactly the same as orderTest,
but instead uses the absolute value of the inputs for comparison.
At the very least, it should be calling your absValue function a few times.
Even better, it should be calling orderTest to do the bulk of the work. */
bool orderTestAbs(int numA, int numB, int numC)
{
bool status;
if (abs(numA <= numB && numB <= numC))
{
cout << " The numbers are in order\n\n";
status = true;
}
else
{
cout << " The numbers are out of order\n\n";
status = false;
}
return status;
}
 