Answer to Question #51261 in C++ for Zexy

Question #51261
Create an enumeration to represent the four standard suits of cards (CLUBS, DIAMONDS, HEARTS, and SPADES). Create another enumeration for the words that represent card point-value names (TWO, THREE, and the rest of the number cards through TEN, then JACK, QUEEN, KING, and ACE). (In many card games, the ACE is considered to have a higher value than the KING.) Display the numeric suit and point-value names of all 52 cards. Save the file as CardDeck.cpp.
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#include<iostream>
#include<string>
/*Display the numeric suit and point-value names of all 52
cards.Save the file as CardDeck.cpp.
*/
usingnamespace std;
//Createan enumeration to represent the four standard suits of cards (CLUBS, DIAMONDS, HEARTS,
and SPADES).

enum suits {CLUBS = 1, DIAMONDS, HEARTS, SPADES};
/*Createanother enumeration for the words that represent card
point-valuenames (TWO, THREE, and the rest of the number cards through TEN, then
JACK,QUEEN, KING, and ACE). */
enum pointValue {TWO=2, THREE, FOUR, FIVE,SIX,SEVEN,EIGHT,NINE,TEN, JACK, QUEEN, KING, ACE};



intmain()
{

string suitsName[]={"CLUBS","DIAMONDS", "HEARTS", "SPADES"};
string pointValueName[]={"TWO","THREE", "FOUR", "FIVE","SIX",
"SEVEN","EIGHT","NINE","TEN",
"JACK", "QUEEN", "KING", "ACE"};

// int i,j;
int i,j;
for(i=CLUBS;i<=SPADES; i++)
{
for( j=TWO;j<=ACE;j++)
cout<<suitsName[i-CLUBS]<<""<<pointValueName[j-TWO]<<"; ";
cout<<endl;
}
// cout << "Hello world!"<< endl;
return 0;
}


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