Write a statement that increments (adds 1 to) one and only one of these five variables : reverseDrivers parkedDrivers slowDrivers safeDrivers speeders . The variable speed determines which of the five is incremented as follows: The statement increments reverseDrivers if speed is less than 0 , increments parkedDrivers if speed is less than 1 , increments slowDrivers if speed is less than 40 , increments safeDrivers if speed is less than or equal to 65 , and otherwise increments speeders .

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Write a statement  that increments  (adds 1 to) one and only one of these five variables : reverseDrivers parkedDrivers slowDrivers safeDrivers speeders .  The variable  speed determines which of the five is incremented  as follows:  The statement  increments  reverseDrivers if speed is less than  0 , increments  parkedDrivers if speed is less than  1 , increments  slowDrivers if speed is less than  40 , increments  safeDrivers if speed is less than  or equal  to 65 , and otherwise increments  speeders .

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Write a statement that increments (adds 1 to) one and only one of these five variables : reverseDrivers parkedDrivers slowDrivers safeDrivers speeders . The variable speed determines which of the five is incremented as follows: The statement increments reverseDrivers if speed is less than 0 , increments parkedDrivers if speed is less than 1 , increments slowDrivers if speed is less than 40 , increments safeDrivers if speed is less than or equal to 65 , and otherwise increments speeders.

SOLUTION:


if(speed < 0){
	reverseDrivers++;
}else if(speed < 1){
	parkedDrivers++;
}else if(speed < 40){
	slowDrivers++;
}else if(speed <= 65){
	safeDrivers++;
}else{
	speeders++;
}

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  • Poop says:

    if (speed <0)
    reverseDrivers +=1;
    else if (speed < 1)
    parkedDrivers += 1;
    else if (speed < 40)
    slowDrivers += 1;
    else if (speed <= 65)
    safeDrivers += 1;
    else
    speeders += 1;

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