So I've got a code where the player inputs the amount of numbers for the list then will have to input the numbers for list they decided it to be. However, i manage to get the sum to add the total. It's just finding the lowest number to the largest number And I can't find anything about it.

#include <iostream> using namespace std; // cout instead of std::

int main() //Main body for the code {

int sum=0; //Sum for where to start 0 = starting point int length = 0; //integer used to create the length of the array cout << "How many numbers are you checking for?: "; cin >> length; // the amount of numbers for the list

int MyList[length]; //Array is created using the value of length

for (int i=0; i<length; i++) //For loop to enter values into the array { cout << "Enter number " << i+1 << ": "; cin >> MyList[i]; }

for (int i=0; i<length; i++) //For loop to enter values into the array { sum+=MyList[i]; // Adds the list that the user as given the integer for cout << MyList[i] << endl; // puts the list together of what the user has entered. } cout << "--------------" << endl << "Adding your list of numbers" << endl;//Caption cout << "Total: " << sum << endl; // the total for the list added

So I've got a code where the player inputs the amount of numbers for the list then will have to input the numbers for list they decided it to be. However, i manage to get the sum to add the total. It's just finding the lowest number to the largest number And I can't find anything about it.

Hello,

It's easier to help if we can see your repl -- it sometimes puts your question into context for us.

@themaka /

/Computational Thinking

Assigment 3 template

"Torren Walker"

#include <iostream>

using namespace std; // cout instead of std::

int main() //Main body for the code

{

int sum=0; //Sum for where to start 0 = starting point

int length = 0; //integer used to create the length of the array

cout << "How many numbers are you checking for?: ";

cin >> length; // the amount of numbers for the list

int MyList[length]; //Array is created using the value of length

for (int i=0; i<length; i++) //For loop to enter values into the array

{

cout << "Enter number " << i+1 << ": ";

cin >> MyList[i];

}

for (int i=0; i<length; i++) //For loop to enter values into the array

{

sum+=MyList[i]; // Adds the list that the user as given the integer for

cout << MyList[i] << endl; // puts the list together of what the user has entered.

}

cout << "--------------" << endl << "Adding your list of numbers" << endl;//Caption

cout << "Total: " << sum << endl; // the total for the list added

}