1. Description:
    Just as we can round values to the nearest whole number, we should be able to round letters to the nearest vowel (After all, why should numbers have all of the fun?). Given a single lowercase letter, we can compute the vowel (a, e, i, o, u) to which it is nearest. Your task is to write a program that can perform this computation.
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  2. Description:
    10-digit phone numbers are typically presented in a specific format. The first three digits compose the area-code, and they are enclosed within a set of parentheses. This is followed by a space, which is followed by the next three digits in the phone number. Those three digits are followed by a dash, which is then followed by the last four digits of the phone number. Thus, a phone number is typically presented in the following visual format: (###) ###–####. Your task is to write a program that will display an input 10-digit phone number in this format.
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    Download Link: dropbox.com/sh/ddv9mbacpolond2/i_HJUjdh8f
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    Email: CarrollContestCoding@gmail.com

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  3. Description:
    In the programming language C, comments begin with the two-character sequence /* and end with the two-character sequence */. A common error when writing programs is forgetting to end a comment once one is started. A development team writing a C compiler would like a program that can check for this error. Your task is to write this program.
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    Download Link: dropbox.com/sh/gpb3982ur6quk4y/q1vSto7hFC
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    Contest Coding Link: youtu.be/OWaTCgVmeGI
    HoudiniVids Link: youtu.be/6dcIVI_mnQA
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    Email: CarrollContestCoding@gmail.com

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  4. Description:
    A local bank wants to send monthly statements to its customers tracking the activity on their accounts. This activity includes listing the numbers of the checks that have been written against the account that month. The owners of the checking accounts tend to write their checks in ascending sequential order of the check numbers. Thus, check number 100 is written before check number 101, which is written before check number 102, and so on. Because of this tendency, a monthly statement should list any check numbers that are missing.
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    Download Link: dropbox.com/sh/fbrnc8ydhtx76jq/Es1NAtKTlm
    Vimeo Link: vimeo.com/72864581
    Contest Coding Link: youtu.be/TgKqxGwJf90
    HoudiniVids Link: youtu.be/ym_Sx8_bDwk
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    If you have a problem you want me to solve, leave a comment on the video or send me a message. If you have a question, comment, suggestion or just want a more detailed explanation of what I did, also send me a message; I am here to make your life easier. If you are interested in downloading the original video for use locally, send me a message and I will host a bit torrent for you to download the source video.
    Email: CarrollContestCoding@gmail.com

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