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A program to calculate the cum. gpa & adj gpa

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Can you make a c++ program that calculates the gpa for a fall, spring
and summer
semester.  It has to be able to get the cumulative gpa and the adjusted
gpa.  It has to be in
a class object.  I have to use letter grades a then change them into
numbers like (A= 4,
B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0)  For me to get the adjusted gpa, I have to put a
star(*) in the class
I replaced . My email is gsi10606@gsaix2.cc.gasou.edu
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Question by:jajeca
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This is a C++ programming HELP area.  If yoiu want to write the program we can provide help.  
We would need to know some idea of how you would like this to work.
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Sounds like a homework assignment again.

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