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# You are write a program which inputs the base price of a car. Then, the program will input in a 2-letter code (a string) which corresponds to an option package.

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Assignment:

1) Consider the following computer programming problem

In one of the earlier sample programs, we did a car price calculator which used if..else statements to take a number of options and compute a total price. Here we will do something in a similar vein but with arrays.

You are to write a program which inputs the base price of a car. Then, the program will input in a 2-letter code (a string) which corresponds to an option package.

All the 2 letter codes will be in an array (string), along with the corresponding cost of the package in a parallel array (doubles), and there is also another array with the name of the package (string).

Here is the data for the 3 parallel arrays:

 OptionPackageCodeArray PackageCostArray PackageNameArray BB 1500.00 Base SP 3250.00 Sport NP 4575.00 Intermediate level HE 7500.00 Luxury UC 5220.00 User specified

Your program first has to determine if the 2-letter code input by the user is valid. You are required to use a loop to check the input against each item in the optionPackageCodeArray. Begin with the first item then "walk" down through the array. If the code does NOT exist on the list, display an error message and stop. If the code is valid, do some calculation and displaying. First, add the base price to the package cost from the array and get a subtotal. Then, calculate 15% of the subtotal for taxes and fees and add that to the subtotal for a final price. Display the final price and the full name of the package from the last array, then stop.

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