C++ Examples: If-Else

 Exercise The LeVan Car Rental company charges \$0.25/mile if the total mileage does not exceed 100. If the total mileage is over 100, the company charges \$0.25/mile for the first 100 miles, then it charges \$0.15/mile for any additional mileage over 100. Write a program so that if the clerk enters the number of miles, the program would display the total price owed.

 Source File
```#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

void main()
{
unsigned int Miles;
const double LessThan100 = 0.25;
const double MoreThan100 = 0.15;
double PriceLessThan100, PriceMoreThan100, TotalPrice;

cout << "Enter the number of miles: ";
cin >> Miles;

if(Miles <= 100)
{
PriceLessThan100 = Miles * LessThan100;
PriceMoreThan100 = 0;
}
else
{
PriceLessThan100 = 100 * LessThan100;
PriceMoreThan100 = (Miles - 100) * MoreThan100;
}

TotalPrice = PriceLessThan100 + PriceMoreThan100;

cout << "\nTotal Price = \$" << TotalPrice << "\n\n";
}```

Here is an example of running the program:

 Enter the number of miles: 75 Total Price = \$18.75 Press any key to continue