﻿ C Program: In centimeters, categorize a person's height

# C Exercises: Accept the height of a person in centimeter and categorize them

## C Conditional Statement: Exercise-7 with Solution

Write a C program to accept the height of a person in centimeter and categorize the person according to their height.

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Sample Solution:

C Code:

``````#include <stdio.h>
void main()
{
float PerHeight;

printf("Input the height of the person (in centimetres) :");
scanf("%f", &PerHeight);
if (PerHeight < 150.0)
printf("The person is Dwarf. \n");
else if ((PerHeight >= 150.0) && (PerHeight < 165.0))
printf("The person is  average heighted. \n");
else if ((PerHeight >= 165.0) && (PerHeight <= 195.0))
printf("The person is taller. \n");
else
printf("Abnormal height.\n");
}
```
```

Sample Output:

```Input the height of the person (in centimetres) :135
The person is Dwarf.
```

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