Use of a windows box, C/C++ Programming

This program requires the use of a windows box, no console applications are allowed. Prepare for Christmas now.  Each year, Reindeer Gift Emporium publishes a Christmas price list (see Table below).  Write a program that request an integer from 1 through 12 and then lists the gifts for that day along with that day's cost.  On the nth day, the n gifts are 1 partridge in a pear tree, 2 turtle doves, 3 French hens,...,n of the nth item.  The program also should give the total cost of all twelve days. Note that the cost is given per each item. So one turtle dove costs $50, two turtle doves would cost $100.

Item#

Item

Cost/each item

Item#

Item

Cost

1

Partridge in a pear tree

162.00

7

Swan-a-swimming

800.00

2

Turtle dove

50.00

8

Maid-a-milking

7.25

3

French hen

50.00

9

Lady dancing

700.00

4

Calling bird

125.00

10

Lord-a-leaping

480.00

5

Gold ring

130.00

11

Piper piping

215.00

6

Geese-a-laying

25.00

12

Drummer drumming

215.00

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