Client Database: Can you get to company database (address, phone numbers, etc. of vendors and clients) easily and how is that info accessible (mobile or tower only)?
Budgeting Planner: Does it have interactive budgeting tools (spreadsheets, financial statements, etc.) and how is it accessible?
Mobile Booking: Can our clients book tickets and register for events on mobile and from their computers at home.
Ticketing Services: Can our clients print tickets and can we use this software to accept mobile tickets?
Basic Price: What is the price for the base software?
Individualize Services: Do additional features, or support cost extra, and what are those costs?
First Install: How quickly can we purchase and install base software?
update Schedule: How often is software updated by the company, and how does our company receive those updates.
Business Support: What support is available to us, the business if we have issues or questions?
Client Support: If clients are using mobile booking or ticketing and have problems is support available through the software company, and what kind?
Modify the design and program to test if each letter the user entered is one of the letters in the word. If the letter guessed is in the word, display a message to the user that they guessed correctly, if not display a message that the user guessed incorrectly. Add a score variable that will keep track of the number of incorrect guesses. If the user guesses incorrectly, increment the score variable. Display the score at the end of the program.
Modify the design and program to allow for iteration. Increase the number of guesses to 10 to solve the word. Display the word to the user with each letter as a special character such as ********. Create an array of correct letters guessed such as: char guessed = new char;
You will need counter also to keep track of how many letters are in the guessed array. You do not need to keep track of incorrectly guessed letters.