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Write a Pascal program to produce a table of temperature expressed in Celsius and Fahrenheit units for any days to weekend. Day of the week is entered by user. Program Temptable outputs a table of Celsius temperatures and the corresponding Fahrenheit values. The Celsius temperature starts at 0°C. Within the inner loop. The Fahrenheit value is computed, Celsius is written in integer and Fahrenheit values are written as real. The Celsius value is increased by an increment and day to get the temperature. The increment is randomly generated in rang of (1-10) by using a loop starts for next day until outer loop exceeds 7. Use repeat.. until for the outer loop and repeat..until for inner loop
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  • ToddN2000
    OK, sounds simple enough for a class assignment. Post your code and any errors you get. We can help you fix issues but cannot do all the work for you.
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  • ToddN2000
    The conversion formulas are 

    (Fahrenheit)-32)*(5/9)) = Celsius
    (Celsius)*(9/5)+32) = Fahrenheit
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  • Subhendu Sen

    Assuming this is your home work, you can read your study materials for solid knowledge. For better concepts, please link here, http://www.pascal-programming.info/lesson1.php

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