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Money Denominator in C

I wrote this program in C language to demonstrate the money denominator. I am using Dev C++ as my text editor and compiler in writing this program.

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Sample Program Output
Sample Program Output
/* money.c
   Jake R. Pomperada,MAED-IT
   November 17, 2019
   Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
*/

#include <stdio.h>

int main()
{
    int amount=0;
    
    int note1000=0,note500=0, note100=0, note50=0, note20=0, note10=0, note5=0, note2=0, note1=0;
    

    note1000=note500 = note100 = note50 = note20 = note10 = note5 = note2 = note1 = 0;

    printf("\n\n");
    printf("\tMoney Denominator in C");
    printf("\n\n");
    printf("\tGive an Amount PHP : ");
    scanf("%d", &amount);


    if(amount >= 1000)
    {
        note1000 = amount/1000;
        amount -= note1000 * 1000;
    }

    if(amount >= 500)
    {
        note500 = amount/500;
        amount -= note500 * 500;
    }
    if(amount >= 100)
    {
        note100 = amount/100;
        amount -= note100 * 100;
    }
    if(amount >= 50)
    {
        note50 = amount/50;
        amount -= note50 * 50;
    }
    if(amount >= 20)
    {
        note20 = amount/20;
        amount -= note20 * 20;
    }
    if(amount >= 10)
    {
        note10 = amount/10;
        amount -= note10 * 10;
    }
    if(amount >= 5)
    {
        note5 = amount/5;
        amount -= note5 * 5;
    }
    if(amount >= 2)
    {
        note2 = amount /2;
        amount -= note2 * 2;
    }
    if(amount >= 1)
    {
        note1 = amount;
    }

    printf("\n\n");
    printf("\tTotal number of notes = \n");
    printf("\n");
     printf("\t1000 = %d\n", note1000);
    printf("\t500 = %d\n", note500);
    printf("\t100 = %d\n", note100);
    printf("\t50 = %d\n", note50);
    printf("\t20 = %d\n", note20);
    printf("\t10 = %d\n", note10);
    printf("\t5 = %d\n", note5);
    printf("\t2 = %d\n", note2);
    printf("\t1 = %d\n", note1);
    printf("\n\n");
    printf("\tEnd of Program");
}

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