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Calculate average from a given set of keys and values


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Calculate average from a given set of keys and values

Hello,
I am writing a script which expects as its input a hash with student names as the keys and marks as the values. The script then returns array of average marks for student scored 60-70, 70-80, and over 90.


Output expected


Code:
50-70    1
70-90    3
over 90   0

The test script so far I have written looks like this


Code:
#!/bin/bash

ARRAY=( "ABC:60"
        "DEF:70"
        "GHI:75"
        "JKL:80" )

for student in "${ARRAY[@]}" ; do
    KEY="${student%%:*}"
    VALUE="${student##*:}"
    printf "%s's marks is %s.\n" "$KEY" "$VALUE"


done

I am able to store the input as hash with keys and its values but not able to calculate the average and give the output as expected. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


thank you

Last edited by nans; 6 Days Ago at 11:12 AM..
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Change for students to for student then you can continue writing script to calculate averages.
# 3  
Apologies, that was a typo, when formatting the thread
# 4  
The script posted and output don't show any average calculation. Grades range total maybe.
An ex.:
Code:
#!/bin/bash

ARRAY=( "ABC:60"
        "DEF:70"
        "GHI:75"
        "JKL:80" )

declare -a scores=("1000-90" "90-80" "80-70" "70-60" "60-50" "50-0")
declare -a ranges=("over 90" "90-80" "80-70" "70-60" "60-50" "under 50")
declare -A totals

for student in "${ARRAY[@]}" ; do
    KEY="${student%%:*}"
    VALUE="${student##*:}"
    printf "%s's marks is %s.\n" "$KEY" "$VALUE"
    c=0;
    for i in "${scores[@]}" ; do
       if [[ $VALUE -ge ${i##*-} ]] && [[ $VALUE -le ${i%%-*} ]] ; then
          (( totals[${ranges[$c]}] = totals[${ranges[$c]}] + 1 ))
       fi
       (( c = c + 1 ))
    done
done

for s in "${ranges[@]}"
do
    printf "%-10s %d\n" "$s" ${totals["$s"]}
done

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