In competitive diving, each diver makes three dives of varying degrees of difficulty. Nine judges
score each dive from 0 through 10 in steps of 0.5. The total score is obtained by discarding the
lowest and highest of the judges’ scores, adding the remaining scores, and then multiplying the
scores by the degree of difficulty. The divers take turns, and when the competition is finished,
they are ranked according to score. Write a program to calculate the outcome of a competition,
using the following input and output specifications.
1. Number of divers
2. Diver’s name (ten characters), difficulty (float), and judges’ ratings (nine floats)
3. There is a line of data for each diver for each dive. All the data for Dive I are grouped
together, then all for Dive 2, then all for Dive 3.
1. A table that contains the following information:
Name Dive I Dive 2 Dive 3 Total
where Name is the diver’s name; Dive 1, Dive 2, and Dive 3 are the total points received for a
single dive, as described above; and Total is the overall total.