C Exercises: Check if a number is Mersenne number or not

C Numbers: Exercise-32 with Solution

Write a program in C to Check if a number is Mersenne number or not.

Test Data
Input a number: 127

Sample Solution:

C Code:

# include <stdio.h>
# include <stdlib.h>
# include <math.h>

int main()
    int n,p,ans,i,n1;
	double result;
	printf("\n\n Check whether a given number is Mersenne number or not:\n");
	printf(" Input a number: ");
        p = 0;
        ans = 0;
            else if(p==n1)
               printf(" %d is a Mersenne number.\n",n);
   printf(" %d is not a Mersenne number.\n",n);

Sample Output:

 Input a number: 127                                                                                          
 127 is a Mersenne number.

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