In this post, we will learn **how to calculate profit or loss using C++ **Programming language.

- If
**selling price > cost price**, then the difference between the selling price and the cost price is the profit. - If
**cost price > selling price**, then the difference between the cost price and the selling price is the loss. - And if
**selling price == cost price**, there is neither profit nor loss.

We will be using the same approach to calculate profit or loss using **for loop** statement.

So, without further ado, letâ€™s begin this tutorial.

**C++ Program to Calculate Profit or Loss**

// C++ Program to Calculate Profit OR Loss #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main(){ int cp, sp, profit, loss; // Asking for input cout << "Enter the cost price: "; cin >> cp; cout << "Enter the selling price: "; cin >> sp; // Checking profit or loss if (sp > cp){ profit = sp - cp; cout << "Profit Gained: " << profit; } else if (cp > sp){ loss = cp - sp; cout << "Loss Incurred: " << loss; } else{ cout << "No profit nor loss" << endl; } return 0; }

**Output 1Â **

```
Enter the cost price: 700
Enter the selling price: 900
Profit Gained: 200
```

**Output 2**

```
Enter the cost price: 450
Enter the selling price: 400
Loss Incurred: 50
```

**Output 3**

```
Enter the cost price: 125
Enter the selling price: 125
No profit nor loss
```

**How Does This Program Work ?**

int cp, sp, profit, loss;

In this program, we have declared** four int data type** variables named **cp**, **sp**, **profit **and** loss**.

// Asking for input cout << "Enter the cost price: "; cin >> cp; cout << "Enter the selling price: "; cin >> sp;

Then, the user is asked to enter the** cost price** and** selling price** of the product.

// Checking profit or loss if (sp > cp){ profit = sp - cp; cout << "Profit Gained: " << profit; }

If** sp > cp**, then there is a profit of **sp – cp **amount.

else if (cp > sp){ loss = cp - sp; cout << "Loss Incurred: " << loss; }

If** cp > sp**, then there is a loss of **cp – sp** amount.

else{ cout << "No profit nor loss" << endl; }

And if neither of the two statements are true, that means** sp = cp**. In this case there is neither profit nor loss.

**Conclusion**

I hope after going through this post, you understand** how to calculate profit or loss using C++** Programming language.

If you have any doubt regarding the program, feel free to contact us in the comment section. We will be delighted to assist you.

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