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What will be the output- for(i=1;i<=3;i++) { printf("%d",i); continue; i++; } Impetus 5
#include<iostream.h> //main() //{ class A { friend class B; public: void read(); }; class B { public : int a,b; }; void A::read() { cout<<"welcome"; } main() { A x; B y; y.read(); } In the above program......, as B is a friend of A B can have access to all members,i cant access y.read . could you please tell me the reason and what would i code to execute this program?   2
#include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> void main() { char str[10]; int,a,x,sw=0; clrscr(); printf("Enter a string:"); gets(str); for(x=0;x<=a;a++); for(x=0;x<=a;x++) { if(str[x]==str[a-1-x]) { sw=1; } else sw=0; } if(sw==10 printf("The entered string is palindrome:"); else printf("The entered string is not a palindrome:); } getch(); } wht would be the explanation with this written code???   2
Write a program using two-dimensional arrays that determines the highest and lowest of the 12 input values. Example: Enter 12 numbers: 13 15 20 13 35 40 16 18 20 18 20 14 highest: 40 lowest: 13   1
Complexity T(n) Write a linear-time algorithm that sorts n distinct integers, each of which is between 1 and 500. Hint: Use a 500-element array. (Linear-time means your algorithm runs in time c*n + b, where c and b are any constants that do not depend on n. For example, your algorithm can run in time n, or time 2n + 1, or time 5n + 10, or time 100n + 6, but not time c*n*n = c*n?.) Qatar-University 1
Show by induction that 2n > n2, for all n > 4. Qatar-University 2
what is the use of using for loop as "for(;;)"? Satyam 5
Subsets Write an algorithm that prints out all the subsets of 3 elements of a set of n elements. The elements of the set are stored in a list that is the input to the algorithm. (Since it is a set, you may assume all elements in the list are distinct.) Qatar-University 1
Here's the programm code: int magic(int a, int b) { return b == 0 ? a : magic(b, a % b); } int main() { int a, b; scanf("%d%d", &a, &b); printf("%d\n", magic(a, b)); return 0; } on input stream we have integers 4, 45 What's the output integer? How many times will be initiated "magic" function?   1
1. Write a program using one dimensional array that calculates the sum and average of the five input values from the keyboard and prints the calculated sum and average.   2
Write a function- oriented to convert the input dollar(s) into its equivalent peso. Assume that one dollar is equivalent to 51.60   1
Deriving time complexity of Binary tree and AVL tree, step by step. NetApp 4
 
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