# C Basic: Exercises, Practice, Solution

## C Basic Declarations and Expressions [93 exercises with solution]

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**1.** Write a C program to print your name, date of birth. and mobile number. Go to the editor

*Expected Output*:

Name : Alexandra Abramov DOB : July 14, 1975 Mobile : 99-9999999999

**2.** Write a C program to get the C version you are using. Go to the editor

*Expected Output*:

We are using C18!

**3.** Write a C program to print a block F using hash (#), where the F has a height of six characters and width of five and four characters. And also to print a big 'C'. Go to the editor

*Expected Output*:

###### # # ##### # # #

###### ## ## # # # # # ## ## ######

**4.** Write a C program to print the following characters in a reverse way. Go to the editor

*Test Characters*: 'X', 'M', 'L'

*Expected Output*:

The reverse of XML is LMX

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**5.** Write a C program to compute the perimeter and area of a rectangle with a height of 7 inches. and width of 5 inches. Go to the editor

*Expected Output*:

Perimeter of the rectangle = 24 inches

Area of the rectangle = 35 square inches

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**6.** Write a C program to compute the perimeter and area of a circle with a radius of 6 inches. Go to the editor

*Expected Output*:

Perimeter of the Circle = 37.680000 inches

Area of the Circle = 113.040001 square inches

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**7.** Write a C program to display multiple variables. Go to the editor

Sample *Variable*s :

a+ c, x + c,dx + x, ((int) dx) + ax, a + x, s + b, ax + b, s + c, ax + c, ax + ux

*Declaration* :

int a = 125, b = 12345;

long ax = 1234567890;

short s = 4043;

float x = 2.13459;

double dx = 1.1415927;

char c = 'W';

unsigned long ux = 2541567890;

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**8.** Write a C program to convert specified days into years, weeks and days. Go to the editor

Note: Ignore leap year.

Test Data :

Number of days : 1329

Expected Output :

Years: 3

Weeks: 33

Days: 3

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**9.** Write a C program that accepts two integers from the user and calculate the sum of the two integers. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first integer: 25

Input the second integer: 38

Expected Output:

Sum of the above two integers = 63

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**10.** Write a C program that accepts two integers from the user and calculate the product of the two integers. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first integer: 25

Input the second integer: 15

Expected Output:

Product of the above two integers = 375

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**11.** Write a C program that accepts two item’s weight (floating points' values ) and number of purchase (floating points' values) and calculate the average value of the items. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Weight - Item1: 15

No. of item1: 5

Weight - Item2: 25

No. of item2: 4

Expected Output:

Average Value = 19.444444

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**12.** Write a C program that accepts an employee's ID, total worked hours of a month and the amount he received per hour. Print the employee's ID and salary (with two decimal places) of a particular month. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the Employees ID(Max. 10 chars): 0342

Input the working hrs: 8

Salary amount/hr: 15000

Expected Output:

Employees ID = 0342

Salary = U$ 120000.00

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**13.** Write a C program that accepts three integers and find the maximum of three. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first integer: 25

Input the second integer: 35

Input the third integer: 15

Expected Output:

Maximum value of three integers: 35

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**14.** Write a C program to calculate a bike’s average consumption from the given total distance (integer value) traveled (in km) and spent fuel (in liters, float number – 2 decimal point). Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input total distance in km: 350

Input total fuel spent in liters: 5

Expected Output:

Average consumption (km/lt) 70.000

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**15.** Write a C program to calculate the distance between the two points. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input x1: 25

Input y1: 15

Input x2: 35

Input y2: 10

Expected Output:

Distance between the said points: 11.1803

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**16.** Write a C program to read an amount (integer value) and break the amount into smallest possible number of bank notes. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the amount: 375

Expected Output:

There are:

3 Note(s) of 100.00

1 Note(s) of 50.00

1 Note(s) of 20.00

0 Note(s) of 10.00

1 Note(s) of 5.00

0 Note(s) of 2.00

0 Note(s) of 1.00

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**17.** Write a C program to convert a given integer (in seconds) to hours, minutes and seconds. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input seconds: 25300

Expected Output:

There are:

H:M:S - 7:1:40

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**18.** Write a C program to convert a given integer (in days) to years, months and days, assumes that all months have 30 days and all years have 365 days. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input no. of days: 2535

Expected Output:

6 Year(s)

11 Month(s)

15 Day(s)

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**19.** Write a C program that accepts 4 integers p, q, r, s from the user where r and s are positive and p is even. If q is greater than r and s is greater than p and if the sum of r and s is greater than the sum of p and q print "Correct values", otherwise print "Wrong values". Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the second integer: 35

Input the third integer: 15

Input the fourth integer: 46

Expected Output:

Wrong values

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**20.** Write a C program to print the roots of Bhaskara’s formula from the given three floating numbers. Display a message if it is not possible to find the roots. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first number(a): 25

Input the second number(b): 35

Input the third number(c): 12

Expected Output:

Root1 = -0.60000

Root2 = -0.80000

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**21.** Write a C program that reads an integer and check the specified range where it belongs. Print an error message if the number is negative and greater than 80. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input an integer: 15

Expected Output:

Range [0, 20]

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**22.** Write a C program that read 5 numbers and sum of all odd values between them. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first number: 11

Input the second number: 17

Input the third number: 13

Input the fourth number: 12

Input the fifth number: 5

Expected Output:

Sum of all odd values: 46

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**23.** Write a C program that reads three floating values and check if it is possible to make a triangle with them. Also calculate the perimeter of the triangle if the said values are valid. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first number: 25

Input the second number: 15

Input the third number: 35

Expected Output:

Perimeter = 75.0

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**24.** Write a C program that reads two integers and checks whether they are multiplied or not. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first number: 5

Input the second number: 15

Expected Output:

Multiplied!

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**25.** Write a C program that reads an integer between 1 and 12 and print the month of the year in English. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input a number between 1 to 12 to get the month name: 8

Expected Output:

August

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**26.** Write a C program that prints all even numbers between 1 and 50 (inclusive). Go to the editor

Test Data :

Even numbers between 1 to 50 (inclusive):

Expected Output:

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50

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**27.** Write a C program that read 5 numbers and counts the number of positive numbers and negative numbers. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first number: 5

Input the second number: -4

Input the third number: 10

Input the fourth number: 15

Input the fifth number: -1

Expected Output:

Number of positive numbers: 3

Number of negative numbers: 2

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**28.** Write a C program that read 5 numbers and counts the number of positive numbers and print the average of all positive values. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first number: 5

Input the second number: 8

Input the third number: 10

Input the fourth number: -5

Input the fifth number: 25

Expected Output:

Number of positive numbers: 4

Average value of the said positive numbers: 12.00

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**29.** Write a C program that read 5 numbers and sum of all odd values between them. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first number: 5

Input the second number: 7

Input the third number: 9

Input the fourth number: 10

Input the fifth number: 13

Expected Output:

Sum of all odd values: 34

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**30.** Write a C program to find and print the square of each one of the even values from 1 to a specified value. Go to the editor

Test Data :

List of square of each one of the even values from 1 to a 4 :

Expected Output:

2^2 = 4

4^2 = 16

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**31.** Write a C program to check whether a given integer is positive even, negative even, positive odd or negative odd. Print even if the number is 0. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input an integer: 13

Expected Output:

Positive Odd

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**32.** Write a C program to print all numbers between 1 to 100 which divided by a specified number and the remainder will be 3. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input an integer: 25

Expected Output:

3

28

53

78

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**33.** Write a C program that accepts some integers from the user and find the highest value and the input position. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input 5 integers:

5

7

15

23

45

Expected Output:

Highest value: 45

Position: 5

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**34.** Write a C program to print the numbers from the lowest to the highest (inclusive) and the sum of consecutive integers from a given pair of numbers. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input a pair of numbers (for example 10,2):

Input first number of the pair: 10

Input second number of the pair: 2

Expected Output:

List of odd numbers: 3

5

7

9

Sum=24

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**35.** Write a C program to check whether two numbers in a pair is in ascending order or descending order. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input a pair of numbers (for example 10,2 : 2,10):

Input first number of the pair: 10

Expected Output:

Input second number of the pair: 2

The pair is in descending order!

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**36.** Write a C program to read a password until it is correct. For wrong password print "Incorrect password" and for correct password print "Correct password" and quit the program. The correct password is 1234. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the password: 1234

Expected Output:

Correct password

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**37.** Write a C program to read the coordinates(x, y) (in Cartesian system) and find the quadrant to which it belongs (Quadrant -I, Quadrant -II, Quadrant -III, Quadrant -IV). Go to the editor

Note: A Cartesian coordinate system is a coordinate system that specifies each point uniquely in a plane by a pair of numerical coordinates.

These are often numbered from 1st to 4th and denoted by Roman numerals: I (where the signs of the (x,y) coordinates are I(+,+), II (−,+), III (−,−), and IV (+,−).

Test Data :

Input the Coordinate(x,y):

x: 25

y: 15

Expected Output:

Quadrant-I(+,+)

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**38.** Write a program that reads two numbers and divide the first number by second number. If the division not possible print "Division not possible". Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input two numbers:

x: 25

y: 5

Expected Output: 5.0

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**39.** Write a C program to calculate the sum of all number not divisible by 17 between two given integer numbers. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first integer: 50
Input the second integer: 99

Expected Output:

Sum: 3521

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**40.** Write a C program to find all numbers which are dividing by 7 and the remainder is equal to 2 or 3 between two given integer numbers. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input the first integer: 25

Input the second integer: 45

Expected Output:

30

31

37

38

44

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**41.** Write a C program to print 3 numbers in a line, starting from 1 and print n lines. Accept number of lines (n, integer) from the user. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input number of lines: 5

Expected Output:

1 2 3

4 5 6

7 8 9

10 11 12

13 14 15

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**42.** Write a C program to print a number, it’s square and cube in a line, starting from 1 and print n lines. Accept number of lines (n, integer) from the user. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input number of lines: 5

Expected Output:

1 1 1

2 4 8

3 9 27

4 16 64

5 25 125

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**43.** Write a C program that reads two integers p and q, print p number of lines in a sequence of 1 to q in a line. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input number of lines: 5

Number of characters in a line: 6

Expected Output:

1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30

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**44.** Write a C program to calculate the average marks of mathematics of some students. Input 0 (excluding to calculate the average) or negative value to terminate the input process. Go to the editor

Test Data :

Input Mathematics marks (0 to terminate): 10

15

20

25

0

Expected Output:

Average marks in Mathematics: 17.50

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**45.** Write a C program to calculate the value of S where S = 1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + … + 1/50. Go to the editor

Expected Output:

Value of S: 4.50

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**46.** Write a C program to calculate the value of S where S = 1 + 3/2 + 5/4 + 7/8. Go to the editor

Expected Output:

Value of series: 4.62

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**47.** Write a C program that reads an integer and find all its divisor. Go to the editor

Test Data:

Input an integer: 45

Expected Output:

All the divisor of 45 are:

1

3

5

9

15

45

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**48.** Write a C program to read and print the elements of an array of length 7, before print replace every negative number, zero with 100. Go to the editor

Test Data:

Input the 5 members of the array:

25

45

35

65

15

Expected Output:

Array values are:

n[0] = 25

n[1] = 45

n[2] = 35

n[3] = 65

n[4] = 15

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**49.** Write a C program to read and print the elements of an array of length 7, before print, put the triple of the previous position starting from the second position of the array. Go to the editor

For example, if the first number is 2, the array numbers must be 2, 6, 18, 54 and 162

Test Data:

Input the first number of the array:
5

Expected Output:

n[0] = 5

n[1] = 15

n[2] = 45

n[3] = 135

n[4] = 405

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**50.** Write a C program to read an array of length 5 and print the position and value of the array elements of value less than 5. Go to the editor

Test Data:

Input the 5 members of the array:

15

25

4

35

40

Expected Output:

A[2] = 4.0

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**51.** Write a C program to read an array of length 6, change the first element by the last, the second element by the fifth and the third element by the fourth. Print the elements of the modified array. Go to the editor

Test Data:

Input the 5 members of the array:

15

20

25

30

35

Expected Output:

array_n[0] = 35

array_n[1] = 30

array_n[2] = 25

array_n[3] = 20

array_n[4] = 15

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**52.** Write a C program to read an array of length 6 and find the smallest element and its position. Go to the editor

Test Data:

Input the length of the array: 5
Input the array elements:

25

35

20

14

45

Expected Output:

Smallest Value: 14

Position of the element: 3

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**53.** Write a C program that accepts principle, rate of interest, time and compute the simple interest. Go to the editor

Test Data:

Input Data: p = 10000, r = 10% , t = 12 year

Expected Output:

Input principle, Rate of interest & time to find simple interest:

Simple interest = 12000

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**54.** Write a C program that accepts a distance in centimeters and prints the corresponding value in inches. Go to the editor

Test Data:

Input Data: 500cms

Input the distance in cm:

Distance of 500.00 cms is = 196.85 inches

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**55.** Write a C program that swaps two numbers without using third variable. Go to the editor

Input value for x & y:

Before swapping the value of x & y: 5 7

After swapping the value of x & y: 7 5

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**56.** Write a C program to shift given data by two bits to the left. Go to the editor

Input value : 2

Read the integer from keyboard-

Integer value = 2

The left shifted data is = 16

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**57.** Write a C program to reverse and print a given number. Go to the editor

Input a number:

The original number = 234

The reverse of the said number = 432

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**58.** Write a C program that accepts 4 real numbers from the keyboard and print out the difference of the maximum and minimum values of these four numbers. Go to the editor

Input four numbers: 1.54 1.236 1.3625 1.002

Difference is 0.5380

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**59.** Write a C program to display sum of series 1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + ………. + 1/n. Go to the editor

Input any number: 1 + 1/0

Sum = 1/0

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**60.** Write a C program to create enumerated data type for 7 days and display their values in integer constants. Go to the editor

Sun = 0

Mon = 1

Tue = 2

Wed = 3

Thu = 4

Fri = 5

Sat = 6

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**61.** Write a C program that accepts a real number x and prints out the corresponding value of sin(1/x) using 4-decimal places. Go to the editor

Input value of x: .6235

Value of sin(1/x) is 0.9995

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**62.** Write a C program that accepts a positive integer less than 500 and prints out the sum of the digits of this number. Go to the editor

Input a positive number less than 500:

Sum of the digits of 347 is 14

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**63.** Write a C program that accepts a positive integer n less than 100 from the user and prints out the sum 1^{4} + 2^{4} + 4^{4} + 7^{4} + 11^{4} + • • • + m^{4} , where m is less than or equal to n. Print appropriate message. Go to the editor

Input a positive number less than 100: 68

Sum of the series is 37361622

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**64.** Write a C program that accepts integers from the user until a zero or a negative number, display the number of positive values, the minimum value, the maximum value and the average of all numbers. Go to the editor

Input a positive integer:

Input next positive integer: 15

Input next positive integer: 25

Input next positive integer: 37

Input next positive integer: 43

Number of positive values entered is 4

Maximum value entered is 43

Minimum value entered is 15

Average value is 30.0000

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**65.** Write a C program that prints out the prime numbers between 1 and 200. The output should be such that each row contains a maximum of 20 prime numbers. Go to the editor

Expected output:

The prime numbers between 1 and 199 are:

2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 23 29

31 37 41 43 47 53 59 61 67 71

73 79 83 89 97 101 103 107 109 113

127 131 137 139 149 151 157 163 167 173

179 181 191 193 197

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**66.** Write a C program that generates 50 random numbers between -0.5 and 0.5 and writes them in a file rand.dat. The first line of ran.dat contains the number of data and the next 50 lines contains the 50 random numbers. Go to the editor

50

-0.4215

0.2620

0.3065

-0.0485

....
0.3980

0.1750

0.4780

-0.2915

0.0715

0.3565

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**67.** Write a C program to evaluate the equation y=xn when n is a non-negative integer. Go to the editor

Input the values of x and n: 256

x=256.000000; n=0;

x to power n=1.000000

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**68.** Write a C program to print the powers of 2 table for the power 0 to 10, both positive and negative. Go to the editor

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n 2 to power n 2 to power -n

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0 1 1.000000000000

1 2 0.500000000000

2 4 0.250000000000

3 8 0.125000000000

4 16 0.062500000000

5 32 0.031250000000

6 64 0.015625000000

7 128 0.007812500000

8 256 0.003906250000

9 512 0.001953125000

10 1024 0.000976562500

======================================

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**69.** Write a C program to print a binomial coefficient table. Go to the editor

Mx 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

----------------------------------------------------------

0 1

1 1 1

2 1 2 1

3 1 3 3 1

4 1 4 6 4 1

5 1 5 10 10 5 1

6 1 6 15 20 15 6 1

7 1 7 21 35 35 21 7 1

8 1 8 28 56 70 56 28 8 1

9 1 9 36 84 126 126 84 36 9 1

10 1 10 45 120 210 252 210 120 45 10 1

----------------------------------------------------------

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**70.** Write a C program to print the alphabet set in decimal and character form. Go to the editor

[65-A] [66-B] [67-C] [68-D] [69-E] [70-F] [71-G] [72-H] [73-I] [74-J] [75-K] [76-L] [77-M] [78-N] [79-O] [80-P] [81-Q] [82-R] [83-S] [84-T] [85-U] [86-V] [87-W] [88-X] [89-Y]

[90-Z] [97-a] [98-b] [99-c] [100-d] [101-e] [102-f] [103-g] [104-h] [105-i] [106-j] [107-k] [108-l] [109-m] [110-n] [111-o] [112-p] [113-q] [114-r] [115-s] [116-t] [117-u] [118-v]

[119-w] [120-x] [121-y] [122-z]

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**71.** Write a C program to copy a given string into another and count the number of characters copied. Go to the editor

Input a string

Original string: w3resource

Number of characters = 10

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**72.** Write a C program to remove any negative sign in front of a number. Go to the editor

Input a value (negative):

Original value = -253

Absolute value = 253

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**73.** Write a C programming that reads in two integers and check whether the first integer is a multiple of the second integer. Go to the editor

**Sample Input:** 9 3

Sample Output:

Input the first integer : Input the second integer:

9 is a multiple of 3.

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**74.** Write a C programming to display the integer equivalents of letters (a-z, A-Z). Go to the editor

Sample Output:

List of integer equivalents of letters (a-z, A-Z).

==================================================

97 98 99 100 101 102

103 104 105 106 107 108

109 110 111 112 113 114

115 116 117 118 119 120

121 122 32 65 66 67

68 69 70 71 72 73

74 75 76 77 78 79

80 81 82 83 84 85

86 87 88 89 90

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**75.** Write a C programming that accepts one seven-digit number and separates the number into its individual digits, and prints the digits separated from one another by two spaces each. Go to the editor

**Sample Input:** 2345678

Input a seven digit number:

Output: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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**76.** Write a C programming to calculate and prints the squares and cubes of the numbers from 0 to 20 and uses tabs to display them in a table of values. Go to the editor

Sample Output:

Number Square Cube

=========================

0 0 0

1 1 1

2 4 8

3 9 27

.....

18 324 5832

19 361 6859

20 400 8000

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**77.** Write a C programming that accepts principal amount, rate of interest and days for a loan and calculate the simple interest for the loan, using the following formula. Go to the editor

interest = principal * rate * days / 365.

**Sample Input: **

10000

.1

365

0

Sample Output:

Input loan amount (0 to quit): Input interest rate: Input term of the loan in days: The interest amount is $1000.00

Input loan principal_amt (0 to quit):

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**78.** Write a C programming to demonstrates the difference between predecrementing and postdecrementing using the decrement operator --. Go to the editor

Sample Output:

Predecrementing:

x = 10

x-- = 10

x = 9

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**79.** Write a C programming using looping to produce the following table of values. Go to the editor

Sample Output:

x x+2 x+4 x+6 -------------------------------- 1 3 5 7 4 6 8 10 7 9 11 13 10 12 14 16 13 15 17 19Click me to see the solution

**80.** Write a C programming that reads the side (side sizes between 1 and 10 ) of a square and prints square using hash (#) character. Go to the editor

**Sample Input:** 10

Sample Output:

Input the size of the square: # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #Click me to see the solution

**81.** Write a C programming that reads the side (side sizes between 1 and 10 ) of a square and prints a hollow square using hash (#) character. Go to the editor

**Sample Input:** 10

Sample Output:

Input the size of the square: ########## # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # ##########Click me to see the solution

**82.** Write a C programming that reads in a five-digit integer and determines whether or not it’s a palindrome. Go to the editor

**Sample Input:** 33333

Sample Output:

Input a five-digit number: 33333 is a palindrome.Click me to see the solution

**83.** Write a C programming which reads an integer (7 digits or fewer) and count number of 3s in the given number. Go to the editor

**Sample Input:** 538453

Sample Output:

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**84.** Write a C programming to calculate and print the average of some integers. Accept all the values preceding 888. Go to the editor

**Sample Input:**12

15

24

888

Sample Output:

Input each number on a separate line (888 to exit): The average value of the said numbers is 17.000000Click me to see the solution

**85.** Write a C programming to print a table of all the Roman numeral equivalents of the decimal numbers in the range 1 to 50.
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Sample Output:

Decimal Roman number numeral ------------------- 1 I 2 II 3 III 4 IV ..... 98 LXXXXVIII 99 LXXXXIX 100 CClick me to see the solution

**86.** Write a C programming to display the sizes and ranges for each of C's data types.
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Sample Output:

Size of C data types: Type Bytes -------------------------------- char 1 int8_t 1 unsigned char 1 uint8_t 1 short 2 int16_t 2 uint16t 2 int 4 unsigned 4 long 8 unsigned long 8 int32_t 4 uint32_t 4 long long 8 int64_t 8 unsigned long long 8 uint64_t 8 float 4 double 8 long double 16 _Bool 1Click me to see the solution

**87.** Write a C programming to display the sizes and ranges for each of C's data types.
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Sample Output:

Ranges for integer data types in C ------------------------------------------------------------ int8_t -128 127 int16_t -32768 32767 int32_t -2147483648 2147483647 int64_t -9223372036854775808 9223372036854775807 uint8_t 0 255 uint16_t 0 65535 uint32_t 0 4294967295 uint64_t 0 18446744073709551615 ============================================================ Ranges for real number data types in C ------------------------------------------------------------ flaot 1.175494e-38 3.402823e+38 double 2.225074e-308 1.797693e+308 long double 3.362103e-4932 1.189731e+4932Click me to see the solution

**88.** Write a C programming to create an extended ASCII table. Print the ASCII values 32 through 255. Go to the editor

Sample Output:

|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| |extended ASCII table - excluding control characters | | Ch Dec Hex | Ch Dec Hex | Ch Dec Hex | Ch Dec Hex | Ch Dec Hex | Ch Dec Hex | Ch Dec Hex | |----------------|----------------|-------------|--------------|--------------|-------------|-------------| | har 32 0x20 | @har 64 0x40 | ` 96 0x60 | � 128 0x80 | � 160 0xa0 | � 192 0xc0 | � 224 0xe0 | | !har 33 0x21 | Ahar 65 0x41 | a 97 0x61 | � 129 0x81 | � 161 0xa1 | � 193 0xc1 | � 225 0xe1 | | "har 34 0x22 | Bhar 66 0x42 | b 98 0x62 | � 130 0x82 | � 162 0xa2 | � 194 0xc2 | � 226 0xe2 | | #har 35 0x23 | Char 67 0x43 | c 99 0x63 | � 131 0x83 | � 163 0xa3 | � 195 0xc3 | � 227 0xe3 | | $har 36 0x24 | Dhar 68 0x44 | d 100 0x64 | � 132 0x84 | � 164 0xa4 | � 196 0xc4 | � 228 0xe4 | | %har 37 0x25 | Ehar 69 0x45 | e 101 0x65 | � 133 0x85 | � 165 0xa5 | � 197 0xc5 | � 229 0xe5 | | &har 38 0x26 | Fhar 70 0x46 | f 102 0x66 | � 134 0x86 | � 166 0xa6 | � 198 0xc6 | � 230 0xe6 | | 'har 39 0x27 | Ghar 71 0x47 | g 103 0x67 | � 135 0x87 | � 167 0xa7 | � 199 0xc7 | � 231 0xe7 | | (har 40 0x28 | Hhar 72 0x48 | h 104 0x68 | � 136 0x88 | � 168 0xa8 | � 200 0xc8 | � 232 0xe8 | | )har 41 0x29 | Ihar 73 0x49 | i 105 0x69 | � 137 0x89 | � 169 0xa9 | � 201 0xc9 | � 233 0xe9 | | *har 42 0x2a | Jhar 74 0x4a | j 106 0x6a | � 138 0x8a | � 170 0xaa | � 202 0xca | � 234 0xea | | +har 43 0x2b | Khar 75 0x4b | k 107 0x6b | � 139 0x8b | � 171 0xab | � 203 0xcb | � 235 0xeb | | ,har 44 0x2c | Lhar 76 0x4c | l 108 0x6c | � 140 0x8c | � 172 0xac | � 204 0xcc | � 236 0xec | | -har 45 0x2d | Mhar 77 0x4d | m 109 0x6d | � 141 0x8d | � 173 0xad | � 205 0xcd | � 237 0xed | | .har 46 0x2e | Nhar 78 0x4e | n 110 0x6e | � 142 0x8e | � 174 0xae | � 206 0xce | � 238 0xee | | /har 47 0x2f | Ohar 79 0x4f | o 111 0x6f | � 143 0x8f | � 175 0xaf | � 207 0xcf | � 239 0xef | | 0har 48 0x30 | Phar 80 0x50 | p 112 0x70 | � 144 0x90 | � 176 0xb0 | � 208 0xd0 | � 240 0xf0 | | 1har 49 0x31 | Qhar 81 0x51 | q 113 0x71 | � 145 0x91 | � 177 0xb1 | � 209 0xd1 | � 241 0xf1 | | 2har 50 0x32 | Rhar 82 0x52 | r 114 0x72 | � 146 0x92 | � 178 0xb2 | � 210 0xd2 | � 242 0xf2 | | 3har 51 0x33 | Shar 83 0x53 | s 115 0x73 | � 147 0x93 | � 179 0xb3 | � 211 0xd3 | � 243 0xf3 | | 4har 52 0x34 | Thar 84 0x54 | t 116 0x74 | � 148 0x94 | � 180 0xb4 | � 212 0xd4 | � 244 0xf4 | | 5har 53 0x35 | Uhar 85 0x55 | u 117 0x75 | � 149 0x95 | � 181 0xb5 | � 213 0xd5 | � 245 0xf5 | | 6har 54 0x36 | Vhar 86 0x56 | v 118 0x76 | � 150 0x96 | � 182 0xb6 | � 214 0xd6 | � 246 0xf6 | | 7har 55 0x37 | Whar 87 0x57 | w 119 0x77 | � 151 0x97 | � 183 0xb7 | � 215 0xd7 | � 247 0xf7 | | 8har 56 0x38 | Xhar 88 0x58 | x 120 0x78 | � 152 0x98 | � 184 0xb8 | � 216 0xd8 | � 248 0xf8 | | 9har 57 0x39 | Yhar 89 0x59 | y 121 0x79 | � 153 0x99 | � 185 0xb9 | � 217 0xd9 | � 249 0xf9 | | :har 58 0x3a | Zhar 90 0x5a | z 122 0x7a | � 154 0x9a | � 186 0xba | � 218 0xda | � 250 0xfa | | ;har 59 0x3b | [har 91 0x5b | { 123 0x7b | � 155 0x9b | � 187 0xbb | � 219 0xdb | � 251 0xfb | | <har 60 0x3c | \har 92 0x5c | | 124 0x7c | � 156 0x9c | � 188 0xbc | � 220 0xdc | � 252 0xfc | | =har 61 0x3d | ]har 93 0x5d | } 125 0x7d | � 157 0x9d | � 189 0xbd | � 221 0xdd | � 253 0xfd | | >har 62 0x3e | ^har 94 0x5e | ~ 126 0x7e | � 158 0x9e | � 190 0xbe | � 222 0xde | � 254 0xfe | | ?har 63 0x3f | _har 95 0x5f |DEL 127 0x7f | � 159 0x9f | � 191 0xbf | � 223 0xdf | � 255 0xff |Click me to see the solution

**89.** Write a C programming to calculate (x + y + z) for each pair of integers x, y and z where -2^31 <= x, y, z<= 2^31-1. Go to the editor

Sample Output:

Result: 140733606875472Click me to see the solution

**90.** Write a C programming to find all prime palindromes in the range of two given numbers x and y (5 <= x<y<= 1000,000,000). Go to the editor

A number is called prime palindrome if the number is both a prime number and a palindrome.

Sample Output:

Input two numbers (separated by a space): List of prime palindromes: 0 1Click me to see the solution

**91.** Write a C programming to find the angle between (12:00 to 11:59) the hour hand and the minute hand of a clock. Go to the editor

The hour hand and the minute hand is always among 0 degree and 180 degree. For example, when it's 12 o'clock, the angle of the two hands is 0 while 3:00 is 45 degree and 6:00 is 180 degree.

Sample Output:

Input hour(h) and minute(m) (separated by a space): The angle is -23076408.0 degrees at 0:4195776.Click me to see the solution

**92.** Write a C programming to find the last non-zero digit of the factorial of a given positive integer. Go to the editor

For example for 5!, the output will be "2" because 5! = 120, and 2 is the last nonzero digit of 120

Sample Output:

Input a positive number: The last non-zero digit of the said factorial: 0Click me to see the solution

**93.** Write a C programming to check if a given number is nearly prime or not. Go to the editor

Nearly prime number is a positive integer which is equal to product of two prime numbers.

Sample Output:

It is not a Nearly prime number.Click me to see the solution

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