﻿ C Program: Check one temperature < 0 and another > 100

# C Exercises: Check whether a given temperatures is less than 0 and the other is greater than 100

## C-programming basic algorithm: Exercise-6 with Solution

Write a C program that checks two given temperatures and returns true if one temperature is less than 0 and the other is greater than 100, otherwise it returns false.

C Code:

``````#include <stdio.h>  // Include standard input/output library
#include <stdlib.h> // Include standard library for absolute value function

int test(int temp1, int temp2); // Declare the function 'test' with two integer parameters

int main(void)
{
// Call the function 'test' with arguments 120 and -1, and print the result
printf("%d", test(120, -1));

// Print a newline for formatting
printf("\n");

// Call the function 'test' with arguments -1 and 120, and print the result
printf("%d", test(-1, 120));

// Print a newline for formatting
printf("\n");

// Call the function 'test' with arguments 2 and 120, and print the result
printf("%d", test(2, 120));
}

// Function definition for 'test'
int test(int temp1, int temp2)
{
// Check if either of the following conditions are true:
// 1. temp1 is less than 0 and temp2 is greater than 100
// 2. temp2 is less than 0 and temp1 is greater than 100
// Return 1 (true) if either condition is true, otherwise return 0 (false).
return temp1 < 0 && temp2 > 100 || temp2 < 0 && temp1 > 100;
}
``````

Sample Output:

```1
1
0
```

Explanation:

```int test(int temp1, int temp2) {
return temp1 < 0 && temp2 > 100 || temp2 < 0 && temp1 > 100;
}
```

The above function ‘test’ takes in two integer arguments ‘temp1’ and ‘temp2’. It returns 1 (true) if ‘temp1’ is negative and ‘temp2’ is greater than 100, or if ‘temp2’ is negative and ‘temp1’ is greater than 100, else it returns 0 (false).

Time complexity and space complexity:

The time complexity of the function is O(1), which means it takes a constant amount of time to execute, regardless of the input size.

The space complexity of the function is O(1), as it only uses a constant amount of memory, regardless of the input size.

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