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The error is in the beginning of the sort loops, j > 9, should be 10 because as it is, it only sorts 9 of the players or their scores, not all 10. When you replace 9 with 10 in all places, then you get an error that states, players doesn't have 11 elements. Not Good!
Do you mean of the error?
This time it works but gives the wrong data output, Granny is not the highest score, Liz is.
Its choice 1 to sort by players, the highest score that prints is Granny with 846, it should be Liz with 989.
Yes, but at the bottom of option 1 are the results, the highest and lowest scores print out, and your program lists Granny with the highest score, it should be liz.
Option 2 prints out the average score at the bottom.
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