### Writing a function Write a function, computePrice that receives two parameters: the first one is a character variable indicating the size of the pizza (S, M or L) and the second an integer variable indicating the number of toppings on the pizza. It then computes the cost of the pizza and returns the cost as a floating point number according to the rules:
• Small pizza = R50 + R5.50 per topping
• Medium pizza = R70 + R6.50 per topping
• Large pizza = R90 + R7.50 per topping

I must ONLY do the function , not whole program

 ``123456789101112`` `````` double Pizza::computePrice() { double cost = 0.0; switch (size) { case SMALL: cost += 50; break; case MEDIUM: cost += 70; break; case LARGE: cost += 90; break; } ``````

How do I make a certain amount for each size for topping?

Do I write this? or how?
 ``12345678`` ``````if (SMALL) cost += 5.5; if (MEDIUM) cost += 6.5; if (LARGE) cost += 7.50; return cost; } ``````
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 ``1234567891011121314151617`` ``````double computePrice(char pizaType, int noTop) { switch (pizaType) { case 'S': case 's': return 50.0 + noTop * 5.5; case 'M': case 'm': return 70.0 + noTop * 6.5; case 'L': case 'l': return 90.0 + noTop * 7.5; } return 0.0; }``````

Last edited on thanks , So I was kinda on the right track at the beginning
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