temperature high, low and average

Bjarne Stroustrup “Programming Principles and Practice Using C++”
Chapter 5 Try This page 155
Using std_lib_facilities.h by Bjarne Stroustrup.

[code language=”cpp”]
// Philipp Siedler
// Bjarne Stroustrup’s PP
// Chapter 5 Try This page 155

#include "std_lib_facilities.h"

/*
First set of doubles to be tested
-16.5, -23.2, -24.0, -25.7, -26.1, -18.6, -9.7, -2.4,
7.5, 12.6, 23.8, 25.3, 28.0, 34.8, 36.7, 41.5,
40.3, 42.6, 39.4, 35.4, 12.6, 6.5, -3.7, -14.3
*/

/*
Second set of doubles to be tested
76.5, 73.5, 71.0, 73.6, 70.1, 73.5, 77.6, 85.3,
88.5, 91.7, 95.9, 99.2, 98.2, 100.6, 106.3, 112.4,
110.2, 103.6, 94.9, 91.7, 88.4, 85.2, 85.4, 87.7
*/

int main(){

vector<double> temps{ 76.5, 73.5, 71.0, 73.6, 70.1, 73.5, 77.6, 85.3,
88.5, 91.7, 95.9, 99.2, 98.2, 100.6, 106.3, 112.4,
110.2, 103.6, 94.9, 91.7, 88.4, 85.2, 85.4, 87.7 };

double highTemp = 0;
double lowTemp = 0;
double sum = 0;

for (double x : temps) {
if (x > highTemp) {
highTemp = x;
}
if (x < lowTemp) {
lowTemp = x;
}
sum += x;
}

cout << "High temperature: " << highTemp << ‘\n’;
cout << "Low temperature: " << lowTemp << ‘\n’;
cout << "Average temperature: " << sum/temps.size() << ‘\n’;

keep_window_open(".");
}
[/code]

Output:
High temperature: 112.4
Low temperature: 0
Average temperature: 89.2083

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