Hotel Reservation

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[Synopsis of the “Hotel Booking System”]
Submitted to: Navneet Kaur

Submitted by: Name: Ehsanullah Roll no.: A09 Registration no.:-11308361 Program:-M.Sc. (Computer Sci.)

Introduction: hotel booking system is system which developed for facilities of the customer to easily check the rooms, facilities of the room and then reserve the room.
We have three modules: 1) Luxury Rooms 2) Mid-Luxury Rooms 3) Ordinary Rooms

* Luxury Room: I) Checking of rooms. II) Reserve Rooms. * Mid-Luxury Rooms: I) Checking of the facility of the room. II) Select rooms * Ordinary Rooms: I) Reserve the rooms.

Objective: the main objective of developing of the hotel booking system is that to store information about all rooms, to customer can easily select the types of the rooms and after that check the facilities of the rooms and finally reserve or cancel the rooms. Project: develop this project using loop, switch cases and structure in “C”.
“C”:-C is a structured programming language developed by
DENNIS RITCHIE in 1972 which follows Top-down Structure. * Used for system programming to implement operating systems, software and embedded system applications. * Top-Down Structured’ programming to sort any type of concept or program or system. * Top-Down means—it gives the higher priority to the first level then 2nd and then so on. * Also known as stepwise refinement.

Customer
Payment
Reserve Room
Ordinary Room
Ordinary Room
Checking Room
Payment
Reserve Room
Room facilities
Customer
Reserve Room
Checking Room
Payment
Customer
Full Opt. Room
Mid-Luxury Room
Luxury Room
Hotel Booking System

Switch Statement:-We use many cases in this project, to select a case that we want to run in our program-we use switch statement. 1 Switch statement test the values of a given variables or…...

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