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C Exercises: Read month number and display month name

C Conditional Statement: Exercise-23 with Solution

Write a program in C to read any Month Number in integer and display Month name in the word.

Pictorial Presentation:

Read month number and display month name

Sample Solution:

C Code:

#include <stdio.h>
void main()
{
   int monno;
   printf("Input Month No : ");
   scanf("%d",&monno);
   switch(monno)
   {
	case 1:
	       printf("January\n");
	       break;
	case 2:
	       printf("February\n");
	       break;
	case 3:
	       printf("March\n");
	       break;
	case 4:
	       printf("April\n");
	       break;
	case 5:
	       printf("May\n");
	       break;
	case 6:
	       printf("June\n");
	       break;
	case 7:
	       printf("July\n");
	       break;
	case 8:
	       printf("August\n");
	       break;
	case 9:
	       printf("September\n");
	       break;
	case 10:
	       printf("October\n");
	       break;
	case 11:
	       printf("November\n");
	       break;
	case 12:
	       printf("December\n");
	       break;
	default:
	       printf("invalid Month number. \nPlease try again ....\n");
	       break;
      }
}

Sample Output:

Input Month No : 4                                                                                            
April  

Flowchart:

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