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I have to make an app where the users inputs the # of units they purchased in a text box. Then, they click a "calculate" box and it yields 3 labels: Their % of savings, their amount saved, and their total after savings. Here is my code for the calculate button click event.

So first I declare my variables:

const double PACKAGE_COST_double = 99;

int purchased; //this will be the number they input in the text box.

double retail; //holds the package retail price, before discounts. (purchased * PACKAGE_COST_double)

double discountrate; //the rate at which each package will be discounted. This will depend on what the                                   //entry into the text box is.

double saved; //this will be the amount saved. So this will be = retail - (retail * discountrate)

double total; //this will be the variable that goes into the final label. This will = (retail * discountrate)


Then I have my formulas for each of my variables:

purchased = int.Parse(purchasedTextBox.Text);
saved = (purchased * PACKAGE_COST_double) * discountrate;
retail = purchased * PACKAGE_COST_double;
total = retail * discountrate;
Then I have my if/else statement to determine what the discountrate is going to be:
 if (purchased >= 100)
            {
                discountLabel.Text = "50%";
                discountrate = .5;
            }
            else if (purchased >= 50 && purchased <= 99)
            {
                discountLabel.Text = "40%";
                discountrate = .4;
            }
            else if (purchased >= 20 && purchased <= 49)
            {
                discountLabel.Text = "30%";
                discountrate = .3;
            }
            else if (purchased <= 19 && purchased >= 10)
            {
                discountLabel.Text = "20%";
                discountrate = .2;
            }
            else if (purchased >= 0 && purchased <= 10);
            {
                discountrate = 0;
            }
And at this point I am pretty much lost. I am not sure what to do now. I know I need to incorporate a try/catch, I have a red line under discountrate when I use it in the first formula at the top, and I am not sure where to go from here. Any help/critiques/comments would be greatly appreciated!

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