## Problem J1: Speed fines are not fine!

Many communities now have "radar" signs that tell drivers what their speed is, in the hope that they will slow down.

You will output a message for a "radar" sign. The message will display information to a driver based on his/her speed according to the following table:

 KM over the limit Fine 1 to 20 \$100 21 to 30 \$270 31 or above \$500

### Input Format

Two numbers: first, the speed limit; second, the recorded speed of the car.

### Output Format

If the driver is not speeding, the output should be:

`Congratulations, you are within the speed limit!`

If the driver is speeding, the output should be:

```You are speeding and your fine is \$```F`.`

where F is the amount of the fine as described in the table above.

```40
39```

### Output

`Congratulations, you are within the speed limit!`

```100
131```

### Output

`You are speeding and your fine is \$500.`

```100
120```

### Output

`You are speeding and your fine is \$100.`

Point Value: 3
Time Limit: 2.00s
Memory Limit: 16M

Languages Allowed:
C++03, PAS, C, HASK, ASM, RUBY, PYTH2, JAVA, TEXT, PHP, SCM, CAML, PERL, C#, C++11, PYTH3

• (0/0)
My program is working as it requires it to be, but the test cases shows me this:
Test case #1: WA [0.005s, 2888K] (0/3) (Details)
Test case #2: AC [0.004s, 2888K] (3/3)
Test case #3: WA [0.005s, 2888K] (0/3) (Details)
Test case #4: WA [0.004s, 2888K] (0/3) (Details)
Test case #5: WA [0.004s, 2888K] (0/3

HELP

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Your program is not working. In fact, it is not even working for the sample input; check your output carefully.

Please note there are other cases besides the sample cases. You should try to think about what other cases are possible.

• (0/0)
on my computer its working fine, even with the sample inputs

• (0/0)
he is saying that your code does not produce the right results

• (0/0)

• (2/0)
In the original problem text, submissions are required to prompt the user. However, since the prompts are missing from both the description and the problem data on WCIPEG, solutions that work here won't work with the CCC grader, and vice versa.

• (2/0)
This is intentional. Per the README:
 Input and output are to be in the exact format indicated on the problem description. Do not prompt for input by printing lines such as "Enter the number of points"; these will end up in the output and your program will be graded incorrect.

Emphasis not mine.

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Realized that too late... 3 re-submissions too late...