Classify each of the following, according the rules of FORTRAN 77, by placing each one under the most appropriate column in the table. Assume no explicit declarations.

PI PRODUCT AND TRUE DO 7 K 12.25 MANY .OR. .FLSE. *SUM 1ZERO IJK 3.0 123,000 0.0001 N $1.90 -445 .GT. AREA

Categories:

- Valid Fortran REAL Variable
- Valid Fortran INTEGER Variable
- Valid Fortran INTEGER Constant
- Valid Fortran REAL Constant
- Valid Fortran LOGICAL Operator
- Valid Fortran RELATIONAL Operator
- Not Valid in Fortran

What will the following program output?

INTEGER u,v,w REAL x,y,z x = -2 y = 1 z = 1.3333 w = 0.0 u = 3.1 Do 10 v=0, 4, 2 u = u + 2.5 IF ( mod(u,7) .LE. 2 ) THEN x = x + 3.1416 ELSE y = y-1 ENDIF IF ( y .LT. 0 ) z = -1.3333 w = w + v 10 CONTINUE PRINT *, u,v,w PRINT *, x,y,z END

What does this program print?

I = 11.4 J = I / 2 K = I + J / 2 X = 3.1 Y = 2.7 Z = X + (J-1)*Y CALL FOO (I, J, Z) CALL BAR (K, X, Y) X = MOD(9, 5) Y = Y * I Z = Y - X J = Z - 1.1 PRINT *, I, J, K PRINT *, X, Y, Z STOP END C SUBROUTINE FOO(M, N, X) M = (N + X) / 2.0 RETURN END C SUBROUTINE BAR(I, Y, Z) I = I + Y * Z RETURN END

What does this program print?

CHARACTER*1 LETTER(6), OUTPUT(11) INTEGER INDEX(6) C LETTER(1) = 'V' LETTER(2) = 'I' LETTER(3) = 'A' LETTER(4) = 'T' LETTER(5) = 'L' LETTER(6) = ' ' INDEX(1) = 1 INDEX(2) = 1 INDEX(3) = 6 INDEX(4) = 4 INDEX(5) = 5 INDEX(6) = 3 C DO 10 I = 1,11 MORE = MOD(I,4) IF (MOD(I,2).EQ.0 .AND. MORE.EQ.0) THEN J = 3 ELSEIF (MOD(I,2).EQ.0) THEN J = 2 ELSE J = INDEX(I/2+1) ENDIF OUTPUT(I) = LETTER(J) 10 CONTINUE PRINT *,OUTPUT STOP END

Write a simple FORTRAN 77 program to accept data in the following format:

Columns Description Example 1-7 Student ID 9512345 11-35 Student Name St. Louis, Rejean 41-45 Total Course Assignments (100) 78 46-50 Mid Term also out of 100 67 51-55 Final exam out of 100 73

Your program should read a group of records with the above data, terminated by 9999999. For each input record, print the input data, under appropriate headings, and calculate and print the final course mark for each student, all on the same line. The course mark is calculated by counting the assignments for 30%, the midterm for 20%, and the final exam for 50%. The course mark should be printed to one decimal place for each student (e.g. 73.3 for the above example).

At the end of the class list, print the Student ID and Name of the TOP THREE students in the class.

Your program does NOT need to use 2-D arrays nor subprograms.

WRITE your program, with Control Lines, neatly: