Week 3: Part I: Using commented code, describe the difference between a nested if, multi-way if, and switch statement by providing a simple program that

Week 3:

Part I:

Using commented code, describe the difference between a nested if, multi-way if, and switch statement by providing a simple program that uses all three of these types of statements. (Nested if is not about formatting.) Cite at least 2 credible sources to support your information.  Note sure about this? I’m glad to look over your work on email at least day before it’s due and offer you feedback.  This applies to all our Discussions and our Test Plans.

NOTE:  Your code need not have meaningful coordination of all 3 tasks.   You may have 3 separate tasks.  We are practicing examples of the 3 different structures.

Respond to two of your classmates’ posts by providing insight into their observations.

Part II: 

The Test Plan for each project includes the Pseudocode, Flowchart, Goals and Objectives, Functional Requirements, and Test Matrix including Actual Output column.  Below the table are screenshots verifying the actual output for each case.

Note:  Your programming projects should be submitted in the Revel environment for grading.

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