At the Seaside (Oxford Reading Tree) by Roderick Hunt PDF

By Roderick Hunt

ISBN-10: 0199162344

ISBN-13: 9780199162345

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Hint: Use the modulus operator ‘%’) (h) If a five-digit number is input through the keyboard, write a program to reverse the number. (i) If a four-digit number is input through the keyboard, write a program to obtain the sum of the first and last digit of this number. (j) In a town, the percentage of men is 52. The percentage of total literacy is 48. If total percentage of literate men is 35 of the total population, write a program to find the total number 48 Let Us C of illiterate men and women if the population of the town is 80,000.

Assuming that you are using a Turbo C or Turbo C++ compiler here are the steps that you need to follow to compile and execute your first C program… (a) Start the compiler at C> prompt. EXE is usually present in C:\TC\BIN directory). (b) Select New from the File menu. (c) Type the program. c). (e) Use Ctrl + F9 to compile and execute the program. (f) Use Alt + F5 to view the output. EXE) on the disk. This file is called an executable file. If we copy this file to another machine we can execute it there without being required to recompile it.

It is being used to raise 3 to the power of 2. h> is a preprocessor directive. It is being used here to ensure that the pow( ) function works correctly. We would learn more about standard library functions in Chapter 5 and about preprocessor in Chapter 7. 29 Chapter 1: Getting Started Integer and Float Conversions In order to effectively develop C programs, it will be necessary to understand the rules that are used for the implicit conversion of floating point and integer values in C. These are mentioned below.

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