### Need Help printing out results in order

closed account (16MjE3v7)
How do I meet this requirement: If the users criteria is "Gas", then print the output for the car with the lower gas consumption first. If the criteria is "Total", then print the output for the car with the lowest total cost first.
I have tried a few things, but nothing seems to be working ha. Any help would be awesome! Code below. I know the int=car_type needs to be fixed somehow
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The cars really should be managed as objects, have you studied classes and or structs yet?
closed account (16MjE3v7)
I have not :(
Well what youre prolly going to have to do is set up a nested for loop. As your figure out which vehicle costs the least put its information into a vector (or array). Then when youre done with that just print out the vector (or array).

A class or struct like computergeek01 said would make this issue so much simplier, but alas you can do what I just said and itll work also.

If you need any other help let me know.
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