Evaluate the credit worthiness of a client, C/C++ Programming

Write a C++ program that can be used to evaluate the credit worthiness of a client. The program reads the credit limit and the price and quantity of the item to be purchased by the client. If the value of the goods is more than the credit limit, the program displays "Sorry you cannot purchase goods worthy such a value on credit" and allows the customer to re-enter the quantity, otherwise, displays "Thank You for purchasing  from us" and the value of the purchase. This should be repeated for n customers.

#include 

using namespace std;
int main()

{

int counter, no, quantity;

float credit_limit, price,value_of_goods;

cout<<"Enter the number of customers: "<>no;

for(counter=1;counter<=no; counter++)
{

cout<<"Enter the cremit limit, price and quantity for coustomer number: "
    <

cin>>credit_limit>>price>>quantity;
value_of_goods=price*quantity;
while(value_of_goods>credit_limit)
{

cout<<"Sorry you cannot purchase goods worthy such a value on credit "
    <

cout<<"Re-enter the quantity"<>quantity;

value_of_goods=price*quantity;

}

cout<<"Thank You for purchasing from us "<

cout<<"The value of the purchase is  : "< }

return  0;

}

 

 

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