int i=10;

printf("%d %d %d", i, i=20, i);





No Answer is Posted For this Question
Be the First to Post Answer

Post New Answer



More C Interview Questions

write a program to find the largest and second largest integer from an array

2 Answers   Value Labs,


Find greatest number out of 10 number without using loop.

5 Answers   TCS,


What is Full Form of C and Why We use C

23 Answers  


convert 12345 to 54321 withoutusing strig

5 Answers  


who will call your main function in c under linux?

2 Answers  






A set of N billiard balls are set on a one-dimensional table. The table is 1 meter long, set north-south with two pockets at either side. Each ball has zero width and there is no friction so it is moving with a fixed velocity of either northward or southward and bounces back in a perfect elastic collision from other balls it encounter on its way (or drop into one of the pockets). Your job is to keep track of the balls movements. Task Please write a program that gets the initial place, speed and direction of all the balls and gives the position of a specific ball after t seconds. Input The first line contains the number of scenarios. Each one of the other lines in the input contains a scenario: The first number, N, is the number of balls; followed by N pairs of numbers: the distance in centimeters from the south end of the table and the speed (positive speed meaning it moves northward); the last two numbers are the number i of the target ball you should track and the time T in seconds. Output The output is a single number for each line which is the place (distance in centimeters from the south end of the table) of the tracked ball after T seconds. Note: There is no new line character at the end of the result. Sample Input 5 1 50 1 1 1000 1 50 1 1 6 1 60 -2 1 6 2 10 1 95 -1 2 30 2 10 1 95 -1 2 60 Sample Output 100 56 48 65 70

0 Answers  


int i=~0; uint j=(uint)i; j++; printf(“%d”,j);

1 Answers  


What is true about the following C Functions a.Need not return any value b.Should always return an integer c.Should always return a float d.Should always return more than one value.

11 Answers   TCS,


what are the advantage of pointer variables? write a program to count the number of vowels and consonants in a given string

3 Answers  


We can draw a box in cprogram by using only one printf();& without using graphic.h header file?

4 Answers   NIIT,


Give a fast way to multiply a number by 7

15 Answers   Accenture, Aricent, Microsoft,


Why is it important to memset a variable, immediately after allocating memory to it ?

0 Answers  





Categories