Two Digits Number Checker Using Modern C++

   Machine Problem in Modern C++

 Write a program using Modern C++ accept a number then display  whether the number is less than two digits or more than two digits.

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Program Listing

// two_digits.cpp
//   Machine Problem in Modern C++
//   Write a program in Modern C++ to accept a number then display 
//   whether the number is less than two digits or more than two digits.
//   Author   : Jake Rodriguez Pomperada, MAED-IT, MIT
//   Date     : January 11, 2020
//   Website  : /
//   Email    : [email protected]
//   Place    : Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines
#include <iostream>

int main()
	int num=0;
	std::cout <<"\n\n";
	std::cout <<"\tTwo Digits Number Checker Using Modern C++";
	std::cout <<"\n\n";
	std::cout <<"\tEnter a Number : ";
	std::cin >> num;
	std::cout <<"\n\n";
	if (num < 0) {
	 std::cout <<"\t " << num <<
	      " is a negative number kindly give a positive number.";
	} else if(num >= 0 && num <= 9 )
	  std::cout <<"\t " << num <<" is less than two digits.";
	else if (num >=10   && num <= 99 ) 
	  std::cout <<"\t " << num << " has two digits.";
	std::cout <<"\t " << num << " is more than two digits.";	
	std::cout <<"\n\n";
	std::cout <<"\tEnd of Program";
	std::cout <<"\n\n";
	return 0;