By Neilor Tonin, URI Brazil
Write an program to read two scores of a student. Calculate and print the semester average. The program must accept only valid scores (a score must fit in the range [0.10]). Each score must be validated separately.
The program must print a message "novo calculo (1-sim 2-nao)" that means "new calculate (1-yes 2-no)". After, the input will be (1 or 2). 1 means a new calculation, 2 means that the execution must be finished.
The input file contains several positive or negative floating-point (double) values. After the input of 2 valid scores, an integer number X will be read. Your program must stop when X = 2.
If an invalid score is read, must be printed the message "nota invalida". When two valid scores are read, the message "media = " must be printed folowed by the average between these 2 scores. The message "novo calculo (1-sim 2-nao)" must be printed after reading X. This message should be displayed again if the standard input number for X is less than 1 or greater than 2, as example below.
The output average must be printed with 2 digits after the decimal point.
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