Machine Problem in C

Write a  program to display the high school level of  a student, based on its year-entry. For example, 

the year-entry 1 means the student is a freshman,  2 for sophomore, and so on. Here are the given criteria:

Year-entry number                                 High – School Level

1 Freshman

2 Sophomore

3 Junior

4 Senior

Other entry no. “Out-of-School”

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/*
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Machine Problem in C

Write a  program to display the high school level of 
a student, based on its year-entry. For example, 
the year-entry 1 means the student is a freshman,
 2 for sophomore, and so on. Here are the given criteria:

Year-entry number              High - School Level

1									Freshman
2									Sophomore
3									Junior
4									Senior

Other entry no.	"Out-of-School"

*/

#include <stdio.h> 
  
main()
{
    int num;
   
   printf("\n");
   printf("\tStudent Year Level in C");
   printf("\n\n");
   printf("\tEnter year-entry number: ");
   scanf("%d",&num);
   
   printf("\n");
   if (num==1)
        printf("\t You Belong To Freshmen.");
else if (num==2)
      printf("\t You Belong To Sophomore.");
else if (num==3)
      printf("\t You Belong To Junior.");
else if  (num==4)
      printf("\t You Belong To Senior.");
else 
      printf("\t Out-of-School");
   printf("\n\n");
   printf("\tEnd of Program");
   printf("\n"); 
}