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Suppose you are required to write a C/C++ program for a bank in which all transactions of a day will be compared. Keep in mind a huge volume of transactions per day:

Your code should have following features:

  • The processing speed must be high.
  • The logic of the program must be simple.

Which decision structure (if-else and switch statement) would you choose to achieve above mentioned features of code, and also mention reasons in favor of your choice.

[Note: Answer must be comprehensive with logical reasoning. Confine your answer within 3 to 5 lines]

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where is discussion about gdb topic?

ammara ap ney kr lia gdb?

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help please

its very easy guys. 

bank ki transaction ko kis structure k zariyre simply and fastly compare kiya ja skta h uska ans dena h. n thora logically b define krna h. 

if else me kaam fastly hota h but us me case km hone chahye

switch me kaam iteratively hota h so ye slow h

logically dono hi simple hen 

past lec se ans diya ja skta h

Well, I'm confused about those Transactions... Can someone please give examples of such transactions?

I know we don't have to write the whole procedure of each transaction, as it is about decision structure and usage of data types efficiently... 

But which/what transactions?

if/else will not use in this program see lecture 8 page no 67 And Read all the lecture no 8 plz

switch statement is lot more simple and clear than if/else statement

have you any structure or any help?

any source code with comments?

Well, I'm confused about those Transactions... Can someone please give examples of such transactions?

I know we don't have to write the whole procedure of each transaction, as it is about decision structure and usage of data types efficiently... 

But which/what transactions?

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