Write a C++ program:

– use cin to input two integers, two real numbers, and two characters, (for example 5,10, 2.5, 8.0, D, F)

– cast them into int,

– compute the average of these integers and store the average in a variable average, and do the following:

1.

• add a constant value (for example 100) to the postfix increment of the average and assign the result to

a variable, (for example total)

• output the average and the total in decimal, octal, and hexadecimal displays.

2.

• add a constant value to the prefix increment of the average and assign the result to total

• output the average and the total in decimal, octal, and hexadecimal displays.

– Compare with the two results.

– use cin to input two integers, two real numbers, and two characters, (for example 5,10, 2.5, 8.0, D, F)

– cast them into int,

– compute the average of these integers and store the average in a variable average, and do the following:

1.

• add a constant value (for example 100) to the postfix increment of the average and assign the result to

a variable, (for example total)

• output the average and the total in decimal, octal, and hexadecimal displays.

2.

• add a constant value to the prefix increment of the average and assign the result to total

• output the average and the total in decimal, octal, and hexadecimal displays.

– Compare with the two results.

i'm totally new on c++ and programing, i tried but don't know a lot about this problem. if you can write the program for me would be a great help...thanks

i'd really like to help you son, but i only help those who help themselves.

why have you learnt nothing from coarses or self study thus far?

why have you learnt nothing from coarses or self study thus far?

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