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# Manish(Assignment 3) (Final)

## Final step to my project

Files
• main.cpp
main.cpp
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```/*
Computational Thinking
Assigment 3 template
"Torren Walker"
*/
#include <iostream> //Library
using namespace std; //cout
int main() //main project
{ // Start
int Result=0, length=0, smallest, largest, MyList[length]; // Integers to declare
cout << "How many numbers are you checking for?: "; // text to ask the user to enter the number.
cin >> length; // Enter the the amount of numbers in the list you would like to add up.
for (int i=0; i<length; i++) // For the list
{
cout << "Enter number " << i+1 << ": "; // telling the user to enter the number for each integer within the list.
cin >> MyList[i]; // user enters their desire number for each number within the list
}
smallest = MyList[0], largest = MyList[0]; // Set the smallest to 0 along with the largest to 0
cout << endl << "Printing Array"<< endl << "--------------" << endl; //text
for (int i=0; i<length; i++) // For the list
{
Result+=MyList[i]; // the result of 0 add the list together.
cout << MyList[i] << endl; //text of the list that is listed for the user to see.
}
cout << "--------------" << endl << "Adding your list of numbers" << endl << "--------------" << endl << "Total: " << Result << endl <<"--------------"<< endl; // text to make it easier for the user to understand what is happening.
for (int i=0; i < length; i++) // for the list
{
if (MyList[i] > largest) //defining the largest in the list
{
largest = MyList[i]; // declearing the largest in the list
}
if (MyList[i] < smallest) //defining the smallest in the list
{
smallest = MyList[i]; // declearing the smallest in the list
}
}
cout << "Largest integer: " << largest << endl << "--------------" << endl <<	"smallest integer: " << smallest << endl << "--------------" << endl; // Displays the text of showing the largest and smallest number within the list.
return 0;
} //End```