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# Input a variable number of students. Each student has the following data in a struct:

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In this lab you will construct a program that does the following:

Input a variable number of students.

Each student has the following data in a struct:

char *name;

int studentID;

float GPA;

Name, ID and GPA should be input by the user.  Letter grade must be calculated from the GPA according to the following rules:

4.0                     A

3.0 to 3.9         B

2.00 to 2.9       C

1.0 to 1.9         D

Less then 1.0   F

Once all students are input ,the program must sort them by GPA and then print the sorted list, one student per line, in the following format:

<name> : <ID> : <GPA> : <Letter grade>

Eg:

Jane Doe : 11223 : 4.0 : A

Joe Bro : 23265 : 2.78 :  C

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