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I need help with my if statement, truly don't know what I did wrong

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asked Nov 4 by Ricky Quintana (140 points)
https://onlinegdb.com/Y91YZO0Pi

The price of the show stays the same, even when I enter "y" for the $20 shirt. I dont understand why

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answered Nov 4 by Peter Minarik (63,140 points)

Let's consider your code segment. Look at the comments I added to your code.

cout << "Welcome to the Lake Cuyamaca Art Show!" << endl;
rate = cuyamacaRate; // initial value of rate is cuyamacaRate
if (shirt=='y')
{
    rate += 20; // rate is increased by 20
}
if (shirt == 'n')
{
    rate; // this is an empty instruction, nothing happens here. Probably this is wrong.
}
event = " Lake Cuyamaca";
cout << "The cost for admission is $" << cuyamacaRate << endl; // You print the cuyamacaRate, not the rate, that is the adjusted value.

Now, it should be clear why the wrong value is printed.

This applies to many of your switch-cases.

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