Wind Chill Sample Run

Not particularly good, but a sample nonetheless

Make yours nicer!

Enter A to Compute area of a triangle
Enter B to Compute your clothing size
Enter C to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (nearest integers)
Enter D to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (exact values)
Enter E to Test a positive integer for being prime
Enter F to Calculate a windchill factor
Enter Q to Quit
A
Enter the lengths of the triangles, separated by a space:
13 16 19
The area of this triangle is102.76
Enter A to Compute area of a triangle
Enter B to Compute your clothing size
Enter C to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (nearest integers)
Enter D to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (exact values)
Enter E to Test a positive integer for being prime
Enter F to Calculate a windchill factor
Enter Q to Quit
B
Enter your height,weight, and age, respectively, separated by a space
76 212 54
Your hat size is 8.09
 Your jacket size is 55.94
Your waist is 38.19
Enter A to Compute area of a triangle
Enter B to Compute your clothing size
Enter C to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (nearest integers)
Enter D to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (exact values)
Enter E to Test a positive integer for being prime
Enter F to Calculate a windchill factor
Enter Q to Quit
C
Enter the temperature in Fahrenheit (the nearest integer):
76
The temperature in Celcius (the nearest integer) is: 24
Enter A to Compute area of a triangle
Enter B to Compute your clothing size
Enter C to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (nearest integers)
Enter D to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (exact values)
Enter E to Test a positive integer for being prime
Enter F to Calculate a windchill factor
Enter Q to Quit
D
Enter the temperature in Fahrenheit (exact value):
56.77
The temperature in Celcius is: 13.76
Enter A to Compute area of a triangle
Enter B to Compute your clothing size
Enter C to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (nearest integers)
Enter D to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (exact values)
Enter E to Test a positive integer for being prime
Enter F to Calculate a windchill factor
Enter Q to Quit
E
Enter a positive integer to check if prime: 
73
This is a prime
Enter A to Compute area of a triangle
Enter B to Compute your clothing size
Enter C to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (nearest integers)
Enter D to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (exact values)
Enter E to Test a positive integer for being prime
Enter F to Calculate a windchill factor
Enter Q to Quit
F
Enter the temperature:
23
Enter the wind speed:
54
The wind chill effect is: 15.61
Enter A to Compute area of a triangle
Enter B to Compute your clothing size
Enter C to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (nearest integers)
Enter D to Convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celcius (exact values)
Enter E to Test a positive integer for being prime
Enter F to Calculate a windchill factor
Enter Q to Quit
Q


Topic revision: r1 - 2016-09-28 - JimSkon
 
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