In the successful compilation of the program, a message is displayed on the screen as Please! Enter an integer:This program entered a number by user then store it into a variable after that found its reversed and store it in to another variable if both variables are equal then we can say that inputed number is palindrome otherwise that is not a palindrome.
In the successful compilation of the program, a message is displayed on the screen as Please! Enter a string to check if it's a palindrome:This program entered a string by user then store it into a variable after that found its reversed and store it in to another variable if both variables are same then we can say that inputed string is palindrome otherwise that is not a palindrome.
Random numbers are numbers that occur in a sequence such that two conditions are met: (1) the values are uniformly distributed over a defined interval or set, and (2) it is impossible to predict future values based on past or present ones. Random numbers are important in statistical analysis and probability theory. After the successful compilation of the program, this program displays the following output: Ten random numbers in range [1-100] are as follows: 42, 68, 35, 1, 70, 25, 79, 59, 63, 65
Perfect number is a positive integer which is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors. After the successful compilation of the program, this program displays the following output: Enter any number to check perfect number: If user enters 6 then it displays a message like 6 is a perfect number.
After the successful compilation of the program, this program displays the following output: Enter values for a, b, c of quadratic equation ax2+bx+c are: If user enters 1, 2, 6 then it displays two distinct complex roots exists: -1.00 + i2.24 and -1.00 - i2.24
After the successful compilation of the program, In this program, we used two variables num, and i. The variable num is used to store the input integer number and the variable ‘i’ is used to iterate the loop. Product of the number is given by num*i;
In this program, the number of digits of an integer is calculated first and stored in n. And, the pow() function is used to compute the power of individual digits in each iteration of the second for loop.
In this program, using a for loop, we have iterated over characters of the string from i = 0 to until '\0' (null character) is encountered. In each iteration, the value of i is increased by 1. When the loop ends, the length of the string will be stored in the i variable.
In this program, three numbers are assigned in to the three variables one by one. Then, compare the two selected of them with the use of comparison operator. Repeat the same process for the other two. After the successful execution of the program the final largest number amongst the three are displayed on the screen.
In this Program, User will enter the three sides of the triangle a, b, c. Then, Calculating the Perimeter of the Triangle. Moreover, calculating the semi perimeter using the formula (a + b + c) / 2 and calculating the Area of a triangle using Heron’s Formula: sqrt(s * (s - a) * (s - b) * (s - c)). After the successful execution of the program the final area of a triangle is shown on screen.
In this Program, User will enter the length and width of the rectangle into two variables length and width. Then, Calculating the Area of the rectangle using the formula Area = length × width. After the successful execution the final area of a rectangle is shown on screen.
To get the output of the this Program, User will Enter temperature in Celsius: 100 Then, Compiler will convert it into Fahrenheit automatically. The final output shown onto the screen is as follows: Enter temperature in Celsius: 100 100 Celsius = 212.00 Fahrenheit
In this program, User Enter a number and check whether the given number is even or odd. Then, after successful compilation displays to check it is Odd or Even on the screen. The output of this Program is given below:Enter any number to check it is even or odd: 4153 is Even.Enter any number to check it is even or odd: 33 is Odd.
This C program allows the user to enter the Principal Amount, Rate of Interest, and the Number of years. By using those values, this C Program will calculate the Simple Interest using following formula: Simple Interest = (Principal Amount * Rate of Interest * Number of years) / 100.
In this Program, The first two elements are respectively started from 0 , 1, and the other numbers in the series are generated by adding the last two numbers of the series using looping. These numbers are stored in an array and printed as output.
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