**Purpose:** To gain experience using arrays.
2**. The Problem:** Write a program to load to an array a list of up to 50 scores read from a file. Once the scores have been loaded to the array, provide the user with a menu of options:
> "p" print scores in sorted in ascending order
> "a" calculate and print the average value of the scores
> "m" calculate and print the median value for the scores
> "s" calculate and print the standard deviation of the scores
> "q" quit
3. **More Details:**
1. Your program should accept either lower- or upper-case letters for any of the options. You should accomplish this using either the *toupper(...)* or *tolower(...)* functions in the C++ library: #include <ctype.h>. You should research the use of these functions yourself.
2. Use a *switch* statement to process the menu options.
3. The mean (or average value) of the scores is computed by summing the scores and dividing by total obtained by number of scores. For example, if there are N scores, x1, x2, ..., xN then the mean is:
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4. For example, suppose the scores are: 55.5, 64.4, 76.4, 83.9, and 92.8. (Of course, N is only 5 here, which is not large, but it is useful for illustrating how the computation is done.)
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4. **Error Checking:** All scores must lie between zero and 100.
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win2000, G++ compliler