C programming. Write the code described in the picture with
given 2 example executions of the code, and they must match. AND
YOU CANT USE if statements!
Problem: Allow the user to enter a positive integer value to represent the seed value for the random number generator. Next, generate a random integer that represents a possible number of points that a student may earn in a given class (0 to a maximum of 1000 possible points). Calculate the corresponding letter grade that the student would receive based on the points earned using the minimums for each grade; A minimum 800, B minimum 675, C minimum 550, D minimum 425 In addition to letter grades the university requires instructors to report students that fail the class who were not fully participating during the semester. For this assignment that will be interpreted as having earned zero points. When this is the case a second character ‘N’ is printed following the ‘F’ grade. In all other cases the space character (ASCII 32) is displayed. Details on Random Number Generation: This problem requires the use of the random number generator as discussed in lecture and found in chapter 4 of your C programming text (see page 191). For it to be possible to replicate our examples below your program must first accept a “seed” integer value from the user and use that integer (a single time) with the srand function. More information on how seeding works can found in example 4- 13 of your C programming text. Example Execution #1: Enter the seed value-3344 Total Points Earned: 713 Course Grade Earned: B Example Execution #2: Enter the seed value – 193 Total Points Earned: 811 Course Grade Earned: A