Size: px
Start display at page:

Transcription

1 The Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet, Hyderabad, A.P Department of Computer Science Class 8 Worksheet 3 1) How many times will the following statement execute? ( ) int a=5; while(a>6) { printf( Times ); a=a+2; } 2) How many times will be Hello printed when the following is executed? for(int i=2; i<9; i++) { printf( Hello ); } 3) Write the C - Expression for the following a. S= ut + ½ at 2 b. F = uv/(u+v) c. z= x 3 +y 3 xy/2 d. X = (b+b 2-4ac)/2a e. Y = 2(lb+bh+lh) f. 3x 2 + 2x + 5 4) What will be the output if x = 8? i. 2 * ++x - 3 ii. 3 * x ) int a=0, b = 30, c=40; a. a = --b + c++ + b; printf(( a = %d,a); 6) Identify the datatype, data value and variable name in the following statement. a. const float pi = 3.14; b. int year = 2009; c. char ans = y ; d. double g = ; 7) In the statement int a,b,c how many variables are declared and how much space is reserved for each. 8) Identify the Data type, data value and variable name in the following statements a) int a = 100; b) float c = 10.05; c) char c = a ; 9) Identify the following as valid or invalid variable names i. Student name ii. Admn.No. iii. Test2 iv. 2term 10) Write down the data types for the following i. Name of a person ii. A fractional number iii. Pi Value iv. Total Marks

3 27) Write a program to accept the age of a person and test whether eligible to vote or not. 28) Write a program to accept the year and test whether it is a leap or not. 29) Write a program to accept the week day number and print the corresponding week day name 30) Write a program to accept the Month number and print the corresponding Month name. 31) Write a program to print your name when as even number is entered or your age when an odd number is entered using if..else statement. 32) Write a program to print your name when an even number is entered or your age when an odd number is entered using Conditional operator. 33) Write a program to calculate the bill amount depending on the number of units consumed where bill amount is calculated as per the following specifications. Units consumed First 100 units Next 200 units Above 300 units Charge per unit 40 P per unit 60 P per unit Rs.1 per unit 34) Write a program to calculate the commission on sales for a salesman where commission is calculated based on the following conditions: Sales Commission in % <Rs % Rs.5000 to Rs % Above Rs % 35) Write a program to calculate the fine on a library book where the fine is calculated based on the number of days the book is returned late as per the following conditions. Days Fine per day First 10 days Rs.1 Next 10 days Rs.5 Later than 20 days Rs.8

4 I. Fill in the blanks 1. The statement x-=y is equal to. 2. The statement x+= yis equal to. 3. The statement x*=y is equal to. 4. The statement x/= y is equal to. 5. The commands used to write a program are known as. 6. The data type float occupies bytes. 7. Write a statement to include Checking Condition as a comment. 8. In the statement scanf( %d, &a), & is called as operator. 9. Keyword is used to declare a constant. 10. The Modulus operator is a 11. is a mixture of constants, variables and operators. 12. The format specifier for char data type is. 13. Variable can start or can have an 14. The commands used to write a program are called. 15. A statement in C ends with. 16. Write a statement to include the header file math..h. 17. The software that translates the source code into object code is called. 18. developed C language. 19. Declare a variable with x with the value Double occupies bytes of memory. 21. The function used to output a value is. 22. A=10, b=2, c=a%b, the value of c is. 23. Write a c statement to include the header files conio.h, math.h, string.h,. 24. In a switch statement, the default case is executed when the evaluated expression. 25. The appropriate data type for the value class is 26. The appropriate data type for the value c 27. The appropriate data type for the value The appropriate data type for the value The appropriate data type for the value The appropriate data type for the value COMPUTERSCIENCE 31. A variable cannot start with 32. The break statement is used when. 33. One byte equals to bits. 34. Declare a constant x with a value 4.5 with the requisite data type. 35. Declare a constant y with a value 125 with the requisite dtata type. 36. Write a statement to include software program as a comment line. 37. Write a statement to include the header file stdio.h 38. Write a statement to include the header file conio.h

5 39. Loops gets executed continuously until the user press the ctrl-c keys to stop it. 40. is an example of entry controlled lops. 41. is an example of exit controlled loop. 42. are useful when certain statements need to be executed repeatedly. 43. While loops takes one in the brackets. 44. Loops the loop is performed first, before the evaluation part. 45. Identify the data type, variable name and the date value in the following statements. a. int x = 45 ; b. float a= ; c. int y= 100; d. double s= ; e. char a= x ; f. AND (&&) is a operator. II. Correct and rewrite the sentences with out using the Not word. 1. To output a value we use a common library function called scanf(). 2. % operator is used to extract the quotient after dividing two numbers is the decrementing operator. 4. In the statement int a= 10; a is float type variable 5.!= is the logical operator. 6. The commands used to write a program are known as permissions. 7. To data type int is best suited to store the value The format specifier used for float and double is %c. 9. Variables are the predefined words which convey special meaning to the compiler. 10. If you write a program called computer in C it should be saved as computer.cpp 11. Include keyword is used to define a constant. 12. In the statement c=100; c is a constant. 13. Diagrams that logically represent instructions of a program are called as photos. 14. All Header files end with the extension.hd. 15. Char data type occupies 2 bytes. 16. Int data type occupies 6 bytes. 17. OR is a Relational operator. 18. The format specifier for integer data type is %S. 19. The keyword else is used with switch statement is called as the decrementing operator. 21. <> is the not equal to operator. 22. Switch statement is used to input a value. 23. The size off ( ) operator returns the size of the data type specified in brackets in Gigabits. 24. The format specified for float and double is %c. 25. Do while is an example of entry controlled loop.

6 26. For is example of exit controlled loop. 27. While is example of exit controlled loop. 28. To come out of the infinite loop we press shift key. 29. If want the loop to execute at least once before the condition is tested we for loops. 30. Addition(+),subtraction(-),multiplication(*) and division(/) are the examples of relational operators. 31. Logical operators are used for comparison. 32. AND is an example of arithmetic operator.

### CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL, NOIDA ASSIGNMENT 1, TOPIC: C++ PROGRAMMING CLASS VIII, COMPUTER SCIENCE

CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL, NOIDA ASSIGNMENT 1, TOPIC: C++ PROGRAMMING CLASS VIII, COMPUTER SCIENCE a) Mention any 4 characteristic of the object car. Ans name, colour, model number, engine state, power b) What

### PROGRAMMING IN C AND C++:

PROGRAMMING IN C AND C++: Week 1 1. Introductions 2. Using Dos commands, make a directory: C:\users\YearOfJoining\Sectionx\USERNAME\CS101 3. Getting started with Visual C++. 4. Write a program to print

### Multiple Choice Questions ( 1 mark)

Multiple Choice Questions ( 1 mark) Unit-1 1. is a step by step approach to solve any problem.. a) Process b) Programming Language c) Algorithm d) Compiler 2. The process of walking through a program s

### WARM UP LESSONS BARE BASICS

WARM UP LESSONS BARE BASICS CONTENTS Common primitive data types for variables... 2 About standard input / output... 2 More on standard output in C standard... 3 Practice Exercise... 6 About Math Expressions

### INDEX. Sl. No. Programs Page No. Procedure 2. 1 To check whether person is eligible for vote or not. 2 To find the given number is even or odd 6-8

INDEX Sl. No. Programs Page No. Procedure 2 1 To check whether person is eligible for vote or not 3-5 2 To find the given number is even or odd 6-8 3 To find the given year is leap year or not 9-11 4 To

### LAB 6 FUNCTIONS I School of Computer and Communication Engineering

LAB 6 FUNCTIONS I School of Computer and Communication Engineering 1 Universiti Malaysia Perlis 1. OBJECTIVES: 1.1 To apply functions as building blocks of programs. 1.2 To write C programs using functions.

### BCA-105 C Language What is C? History of C

C Language What is C? C is a programming language developed at AT & T s Bell Laboratories of USA in 1972. It was designed and written by a man named Dennis Ritchie. C seems so popular is because it is

### UNIT- 3 Introduction to C++

UNIT- 3 Introduction to C++ C++ Character Sets: Letters A-Z, a-z Digits 0-9 Special Symbols Space + - * / ^ \ ( ) [ ] =!= . \$, ; : %! &? _ # = @ White Spaces Blank spaces, horizontal tab, carriage

### DEPARTMENT OF MATHS, MJ COLLEGE

T. Y. B.Sc. Mathematics MTH- 356 (A) : Programming in C Unit 1 : Basic Concepts Syllabus : Introduction, Character set, C token, Keywords, Constants, Variables, Data types, Symbolic constants, Over flow,

### Subject: PROBLEM SOLVING THROUGH C Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100

Code: DC-05 Subject: PROBLEM SOLVING THROUGH C Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100 NOTE: There are 11 Questions in all. Question 1 is compulsory and carries 16 marks. Answer to Q. 1. must be written in the space

### School of Computer Science Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Winter Midterm Examination # 1 Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Page 1 of 8 School of Computer Science 60-141-01 Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Winter 2015 Midterm Examination # 1 Wednesday, February 11, 2015 Marking Exemplar Duration of examination: 75

### ADARSH VIDYA KENDRA NAGERCOIL COMPUTER SCIENCE. Grade: IX C++ PROGRAMMING. Department of Computer Science 1

NAGERCOIL COMPUTER SCIENCE Grade: IX C++ PROGRAMMING 1 C++ 1. Object Oriented Programming OOP is Object Oriented Programming. It was developed to overcome the flaws of the procedural approach to programming.

### B. V. Patel Institute of Business Management, Computer & Information Technology, UTU 2013

Information Technology, UTU 203 030000 Fundamentals of Programming Problems to be solved in laboratory Note: Journal should contain followings for all problems given below:. Problem Statement 2. Algorithm

### Computer System and programming in C

1 Basic Data Types Integral Types Integers are stored in various sizes. They can be signed or unsigned. Example Suppose an integer is represented by a byte (8 bits). Leftmost bit is sign bit. If the sign

### Laboratory 2: Programming Basics and Variables. Lecture notes: 1. A quick review of hello_comment.c 2. Some useful information

Laboratory 2: Programming Basics and Variables Lecture notes: 1. A quick review of hello_comment.c 2. Some useful information 3. Comment: a. name your program with extension.c b. use o option to specify

### Programming and Data Structures

Programming and Data Structures Teacher: Sudeshna Sarkar sudeshna@cse.iitkgp.ernet.in Department of Computer Science and Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur #include int main()

### These are reserved words of the C language. For example int, float, if, else, for, while etc.

Tokens in C Keywords These are reserved words of the C language. For example int, float, if, else, for, while etc. Identifiers An Identifier is a sequence of letters and digits, but must start with a letter.

### UNIT - I. Introduction to C Programming. BY A. Vijay Bharath

UNIT - I Introduction to C Programming Introduction to C C was originally developed in the year 1970s by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Laboratories, Inc. C is a general-purpose programming language. It has been

CS6202 - PROGRAMMING & DATA STRUCTURES UNIT I Part - A 1. W hat are Keywords? Keywords are certain reserved words that have standard and pre-defined meaning in C. These keywords can be used only for their

### PESIT Bangalore South Campus Hosur Road (1km before Electronic City), Bengaluru Department of Basic Science and Humanities

SOLUTION OF CONTINUOUS INTERNAL EVALUATION TEST -1 Date : 27-02 2018 Marks:60 Subject & Code : Programming in C and Data Structures- 17PCD23 Name of faculty : Dr. J Surya Prasad/Mr. Naushad Basha Saudagar

### Class 2: Variables and Memory. Laura Marik Spring 2012 C++ Course Notes (Provided by Jason Minski)

Class 2: Variables and Memory Variables A variable is a value that is stored in memory It can be numeric or a character C++ needs to be told what type it is before it can store it in memory It also needs

### Lab Session # 1 Introduction to C Language. ALQUDS University Department of Computer Engineering

2013/2014 Programming Fundamentals for Engineers Lab Lab Session # 1 Introduction to C Language ALQUDS University Department of Computer Engineering Objective: Our objective for today s lab session is

### Technical Questions. Q 1) What are the key features in C programming language?

Technical Questions Q 1) What are the key features in C programming language? Portability Platform independent language. Modularity Possibility to break down large programs into small modules. Flexibility

### VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE SRM NAGAR, KATTANGULATHUR

VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE SRM NAGAR, KATTANGULATHUR 603 203 FIRST SEMESTER B.E / B.Tech., (Common to all Branches) QUESTION BANK - GE 6151 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING UNIT I - INTRODUCTION Generation and

### 3 The L oop Control Structure

3 The L oop Control Structure Loops The while Loop Tips and Traps More Operators The for Loop Nesting of Loops Multiple Initialisations in the for Loop The Odd Loop The break Statement The continue Statement

### P.E.S. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BANGALORE SOUTH CAMPUS 1 ST INTERNAL ASSESMENT TEST (SCEME AND SOLUTIONS)

FACULTY: Ms. Saritha P.E.S. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BANGALORE SOUTH CAMPUS 1 ST INTERNAL ASSESMENT TEST (SCEME AND SOLUTIONS) SUBJECT / CODE: Programming in C and Data Structures- 15PCD13 What is token?

### Fundamentals of Programming

Fundamentals of Programming Lecture 3 - Constants, Variables, Data Types, And Operations Lecturer : Ebrahim Jahandar Borrowed from lecturer notes by Omid Jafarinezhad Outline C Program Data types Variables

The Hyderabad Public School Begumpet, Hyderabad, A.P. Department of Computer Science Mid Term Examination 2013 Worksheet-1 Sub: Computer Applications Class:10 1. Define the term Byte code. 2. What do you

### SHARDA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Mid Term Examination, (Odd Term, ) SOLUTION

SHARDA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Mid Term Examination, (Odd Term, 2016-17) SOLUTION Program: B. Tech. Branch: All Term:I Subject: Logic Building and Problem Solving Using C Paper Code:

### Chapter 2: Overview of C. Problem Solving & Program Design in C

Chapter 2: Overview of C Problem Solving & Program Design in C Addison Wesley is an imprint of Why Learn C? Compact, fast, and powerful High-level Language Standard for program development (wide acceptance)

### Scheme G. Sample Test Paper-I. Course Name : Computer Engineering Group Course Code : CO/CD/CM/CW/IF Semester : Second Subject Tile : Programming in C

Sample Test Paper-I Marks : 25 Time:1 Hrs. Q1. Attempt any THREE 09 Marks a) State four relational operators with meaning. b) State the use of break statement. c) What is constant? Give any two examples.

### Guide for The C Programming Language Chapter 1. Q1. Explain the structure of a C program Answer: Structure of the C program is shown below:

Q1. Explain the structure of a C program Structure of the C program is shown below: Preprocessor Directives Global Declarations Int main (void) Local Declarations Statements Other functions as required

### UNIT IV 2 MARKS. ( Word to PDF Converter - Unregistered ) FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTING & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

( Word to PDF Converter - Unregistered ) http://www.word-to-pdf-converter.net FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTING & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING INTRODUCTION TO C UNIT IV Overview of C Constants, Variables and Data Types

### SECTION A TRUE / FALSE QUESTIONS (10 MARKS) (INSTRUCTION: Please answer all 10 questions)

SECTION A TRUE / FALSE QUESTIONS ( MARKS) (INSTRUCTION: Please answer all questions) 1) In pre-test loop, the condition is tested first, before executing the body of the loop. ) The while loop can be used

### M1-R4: Programing and Problem Solving using C (JULY 2018)

M1-R4: Programing and Problem Solving using C (JULY 2018) Max Marks: 100 M1-R4-07-18 DURATION: 03 Hrs 1. Each question below gives a multiple choice of answers. Choose the most appropriate one and enter

### Fundamental of Programming (C)

Borrowed from lecturer notes by Omid Jafarinezhad Fundamental of Programming (C) Lecturer: Vahid Khodabakhshi Lecture 3 Constants, Variables, Data Types, And Operations Department of Computer Engineering

### C Programming Multiple. Choice

C Programming Multiple Choice Questions 1.) Developer of C language is. a.) Dennis Richie c.) Bill Gates b.) Ken Thompson d.) Peter Norton 2.) C language developed in. a.) 1970 c.) 1976 b.) 1972 d.) 1980

### Variables Data types Variable I/O. C introduction. Variables. Variables 1 / 14

C introduction Variables Variables 1 / 14 Contents Variables Data types Variable I/O Variables 2 / 14 Usage Declaration: t y p e i d e n t i f i e r ; Assignment: i d e n t i f i e r = v a l u e ; Definition

### VARIABLE, OPERATOR AND EXPRESSION [SET 1]

VARIABLE, OPERATOR AND EXPRESSION Question 1 Write a program to print HELLO WORLD on screen. Write a program to display the following output using a single cout statement. Subject Marks Mathematics 90

### P.E.S. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BANGALORE SOUTH CAMPUS DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES EVEN SEMESTER FEB 2017

P.E.S. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BANGALORE SOUTH CAMPUS DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES ST INTERNAL ASSESMENT TEST (SCEME AND SOLUTIONS) EVEN SEMESTER FEB 07 FACULTY: Dr.J Surya Prasad/Ms. Saritha/Mr.

### I SEMESTER EXAM : : XI :COMPUTER SCIENCE : MAX MARK a) What is the difference between Hardware and Software? Give one example for each.

I SEMESTER EXAM : : XI :COMPUTER SCIENCE : MAX MARK 70. a) What is the difference between Hardware and Software? Give one example for each. b) Give two differences between primary and secondary memory.

### Course Outline Introduction to C-Programming

ECE3411 Fall 2015 Lecture 1a. Course Outline Introduction to C-Programming Marten van Dijk, Syed Kamran Haider Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Connecticut Email: {vandijk,

### Question Bank (SPA SEM II)

Question Bank (SPA SEM II) 1. Storage classes in C (Refer notes Page No 52) 2. Difference between function declaration and function definition (This question is solved in the note book). But solution is

### Introduction to C programming. By Avani M. Sakhapara Asst Professor, IT Dept, KJSCE

Introduction to C programming By Avani M. Sakhapara Asst Professor, IT Dept, KJSCE Classification of Software Computer Software System Software Application Software Growth of Programming Languages History

### Introduction to C Language

Introduction to C Language Instructor: Professor I. Charles Ume ME 6405 Introduction to Mechatronics Fall 2006 Instructor: Professor Charles Ume Introduction to C Language History of C Language In 1972,

### Suggestive List of C++ Programs

Suggestive List of C++ Programs 1. Write a C++ program to display Hello World! on the output screen. 2. Write a program to display Multiplication Table of a number inputted by the user. 3. Write a program

### Dept. of CSE, IIT KGP

Control Flow: Looping CS10001: Programming & Data Structures Pallab Dasgupta Professor, Dept. of Computer Sc. & Engg., Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Types of Repeated Execution Loop: Group of

### 3. Java - Language Constructs I

Educational Objectives 3. Java - Language Constructs I Names and Identifiers, Variables, Assignments, Constants, Datatypes, Operations, Evaluation of Expressions, Type Conversions You know the basic blocks

### Course Outline. Introduction to java

Course Outline 1. Introduction to OO programming 2. Language Basics Syntax and Semantics 3. Algorithms, stepwise refinements. 4. Quiz/Assignment ( 5. Repetitions (for loops) 6. Writing simple classes 7.

### Lesson #3. Variables, Operators, and Expressions. 3. Variables, Operators and Expressions - Copyright Denis Hamelin - Ryerson University

Lesson #3 Variables, Operators, and Expressions Variables We already know the three main types of variables in C: int, char, and double. There is also the float type which is similar to double with only

### Lecture 3. Review. CS 141 Lecture 3 By Ziad Kobti -Control Structures Examples -Built-in functions. Conditions: Loops: if( ) / else switch

Lecture 3 CS 141 Lecture 3 By Ziad Kobti -Control Structures Examples -Built-in functions Review Conditions: if( ) / else switch Loops: for( ) do...while( ) while( )... 1 Examples Display the first 10

### Subject: Computer Science

Subject: Computer Science Topic: Data Types, Variables & Operators 1 Write a program to print HELLO WORLD on screen. 2 Write a program to display output using a single cout statement. 3 Write a program

### BASIC ELEMENTS OF A COMPUTER PROGRAM

BASIC ELEMENTS OF A COMPUTER PROGRAM CSC128 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER PROBLEM SOLVING LOGO Contents 1 Identifier 2 3 Rules for naming and declaring data variables Basic data types 4 Arithmetic operators

### Lab Exam 1 D [1 mark] Give an example of a sample input which would make the function

CMPT 127 Spring 2019 Grade: / 20 First name: Last name: Student Number: Lab Exam 1 D400 1. [1 mark] Give an example of a sample input which would make the function scanf( "%f", &f ) return -1? Answer:

### Note: unless otherwise stated, the questions are with reference to the C Programming Language. You may use extra sheets if need be.

CS 156 : COMPUTER SYSTEM CONCEPTS TEST 1 (C PROGRAMMING PART) FEBRUARY 6, 2001 Student s Name: MAXIMUM MARK: 100 Time allowed: 45 minutes Note: unless otherwise stated, the questions are with reference

### Character Set. The character set of C represents alphabet, digit or any symbol used to represent information. Digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 9

Character Set The character set of C represents alphabet, digit or any symbol used to represent information. Types Uppercase Alphabets Lowercase Alphabets Character Set A, B, C, Y, Z a, b, c, y, z Digits

### UIC. C Programming Primer. Bharathidasan University

C Programming Primer UIC C Programming Primer Bharathidasan University Contents Getting Started 02 Basic Concepts. 02 Variables, Data types and Constants...03 Control Statements and Loops 05 Expressions

### C Program. Output. Hi everyone. #include <stdio.h> main () { printf ( Hi everyone\n ); }

C Program Output #include main () { printf ( Hi everyone\n ); Hi everyone #include main () { printf ( Hi everyone\n ); #include and main are Keywords (or Reserved Words) Reserved Words

### Programming in C++ 5. Integral data types

Programming in C++ 5. Integral data types! Introduction! Type int! Integer multiplication & division! Increment & decrement operators! Associativity & precedence of operators! Some common operators! Long

### 2.1. Chapter 2: Parts of a C++ Program. Parts of a C++ Program. Introduction to C++ Parts of a C++ Program

Chapter 2: Introduction to C++ 2.1 Parts of a C++ Program Copyright 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley 2-1 Parts of a C++ Program Parts of a C++ Program // sample C++ program

### H192 Midterm 1 Review. Tom Zajdel

H192 Midterm 1 Review Tom Zajdel Declaring variables Need to specify a type when declaring a variable. Can declare multiple variables in one line. int x, y, z; float a, b, c; Can also initialize in same

### Lecture 2. Examples of Software. Programming and Data Structure. Programming Languages. Operating Systems. Sudeshna Sarkar

Examples of Software Programming and Data Structure Lecture 2 Sudeshna Sarkar Read an integer and determine if it is a prime number. A Palindrome recognizer Read in airline route information as a matrix

### Basics of Programming

Unit 2 Basics of Programming Problem Analysis When we are going to develop any solution to the problem, we must fully understand the nature of the problem and what we want the program to do. Without the

### Chapter 3 Problem Solving and the Computer

Chapter 3 Problem Solving and the Computer An algorithm is a step-by-step operations that the CPU must execute in order to solve a problem, or to perform that task. A program is the specification of an

### Programming and Data Structure

Programming and Data Structure Sujoy Ghose Sudeshna Sarkar Jayanta Mukhopadhyay Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Spring Semester 2012 Programming and Data

### 6-1 (Function). (Function) !*+!"#!, Function Description Example. natural logarithm of x (base e) rounds x to smallest integer not less than x

(Function) -1.1 Math Library Function!"#! \$%&!'(#) preprocessor directive #include !*+!"#!, Function Description Example sqrt(x) square root of x sqrt(900.0) is 30.0 sqrt(9.0) is 3.0 exp(x) log(x)

### Programming Fundamentals (CS 302 ) Dr. Ihsan Ullah. Lecturer Department of Computer Science & IT University of Balochistan

Programming Fundamentals (CS 302 ) Dr. Ihsan Ullah Lecturer Department of Computer Science & IT University of Balochistan 1 Outline p Introduction p Program development p C language and beginning with

### Computer Programming C++ (wg) CCOs

Computer Programming C++ (wg) CCOs I. The student will analyze the different systems, and languages of the computer. (SM 1.4, 3.1, 3.4, 3.6) II. The student will write, compile, link and run a simple C++

### Lecture 10. Daily Puzzle

Lecture 10 Daily Puzzle Imagine there is a ditch, 10 feet wide, which is far too wide to jump. Using only eight narrow planks, each no more than 9 feet long, construct a bridge across the ditch. Daily

### I Internal Examination Sept Class: - BCA I Subject: - Principles of Programming Lang. (BCA 104) MM: 40 Set: A Time: 1 ½ Hrs.

I Internal Examination Sept. 2018 Class: - BCA I Subject: - Principles of Programming Lang. (BCA 104) MM: 40 Set: A Time: 1 ½ Hrs. [I]Very short answer questions (Max 40 words). (5 * 2 = 10) 1. What is

### IECD Institute for Entrepreneurship and Career Development Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli 23.

Subject code - CCP01 Chapt Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO C 1. A group of software developed for certain purpose are referred as ---- a. Program b. Variable c. Software d. Data 2. Software is classified into

### Tribhuvan University Institute of Science and Technology 2065

1CSc.102-2065 2065 Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as for as practicable. 1. Draw the flow chart for finding largest of three numbers and write an algorithm and explain

### 2/29/2016. Definition: Computer Program. A simple model of the computer. Example: Computer Program. Data types, variables, constants

Data types, variables, constants Outline.1 Introduction. Text.3 Memory Concepts.4 Naming Convention of Variables.5 Arithmetic in C.6 Type Conversion Definition: Computer Program A Computer program is a

### Writing an ANSI C Program Getting Ready to Program A First Program Variables, Expressions, and Assignments Initialization The Use of #define and

Writing an ANSI C Program Getting Ready to Program A First Program Variables, Expressions, and Assignments Initialization The Use of #define and #include The Use of printf() and scanf() The Use of printf()

### Topic 2: C++ Programming fundamentals

Topic 2: C++ Programming fundamentals Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this topic you will be able to: describe basic elements of C++ programming language compile a program identify and

### Computer Programming, I. Laboratory Manual. Experiment #2. Elementary Programming

Think Twice Code Once The Islamic University of Gaza Engineering Faculty Department of Computer Engineering Fall 2017 ECOM 2005 Khaleel I. Shaheen Computer Programming, I Laboratory Manual Experiment #2

### Programming in C and Data Structures [15PCD13/23] 1. PROGRAMMING IN C AND DATA STRUCTURES [As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme]

Programming in C and Data Structures [15PCD13/23] 1 PROGRAMMING IN C AND DATA STRUCTURES [As per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) scheme] Course objectives: The objectives of this course is to make students

### from Appendix B: Some C Essentials

from Appendix B: Some C Essentials tw rev. 22.9.16 If you use or reference these slides or the associated textbook, please cite the original authors work as follows: Toulson, R. & Wilmshurst, T. (2016).

### n Group of statements that are executed repeatedly while some condition remains true

Looping 1 Loops n Group of statements that are executed repeatedly while some condition remains true n Each execution of the group of statements is called an iteration of the loop 2 Example counter 1,

### UNIT IV INTRODUCTION TO C

UNIT IV INTRODUCTION TO C 1. OVERVIEW OF C C is portable, structured programming language. It is robust, fast.extensible. It is used for complex programs. The root of all modern language is ALGOL (1960).

### Laboratory 0 Week 0 Advanced Structured Programming An Introduction to Visual Studio and C++

Laboratory 0 Week 0 Advanced Structured Programming An Introduction to Visual Studio and C++ 0.1 Introduction This is a session to familiarize working with the Visual Studio development environment. It

### Assignment: 1. (Unit-1 Flowchart and Algorithm)

Assignment: 1 (Unit-1 Flowchart and Algorithm) 1. Explain: Flowchart with its symbols. 2. Explain: Types of flowchart with example. 3. Explain: Algorithm with example. 4. Draw a flowchart to find the area

### At the end of this lecture you should be able to have a basic overview of fundamental structures in C and be ready to go into details.

Objective of this lecture: At the end of this lecture you should be able to have a basic overview of fundamental structures in C and be ready to go into details. Fundamental Programming Structures in C

### 6.096 Introduction to C++ January (IAP) 2009

MIT OpenCourseWare http://ocw.mit.edu 6.096 Introduction to C++ January (IAP) 2009 For information about citing these materials or our Terms of Use, visit: http://ocw.mit.edu/terms. Welcome to 6.096 Lecture

### BİL200 TUTORIAL-EXERCISES Objective:

Objective: The purpose of this tutorial is learning the usage of -preprocessors -header files -printf(), scanf(), gets() functions -logic operators and conditional cases A preprocessor is a program that

### Programming Language A

Programming Language A Takako Nemoto (JAIST) 22 October Takako Nemoto (JAIST) 22 October 1 / 28 From Homework 2 Homework 2 1 Write a program calculate something with at least two integer-valued inputs,

### CCE RR REVISED & UN-REVISED KARNATAKA SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION BOARD, MALLESWARAM, BANGALORE G È.G È.G È..

CCE RR REVISED & UN-REVISED B O %lo ÆË v ÃO y Æ fio» flms ÿ,» fl Ê«fiÀ M, ÊMV fl 560 003 KARNATAKA SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION BOARD, MALLESWARAM, BANGALORE 560 003 G È.G È.G È.. Æ fioê, d È 2018 S.

### B.V. Patel Institute of Business Management, Computer & Information Technology, Uka Tarsadia University

Unit 1 Programming Language and Overview of C 1. State whether the following statements are true or false. a. Every line in a C program should end with a semicolon. b. In C language lowercase letters are

### Materials covered in this lecture are: A. Completing Ch. 2 Objectives: Example of 6 steps (RCMACT) for solving a problem.

60-140-1 Lecture for Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. *** Dear 60-140-1 class, I am posting this lecture I would have given tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 so you can read and continue with learning the course

### ANSI C Programming Simple Programs

ANSI C Programming Simple Programs /* This program computes the distance between two points */ #include #include #include main() { /* Declare and initialize variables */ double

### AN OVERVIEW OF C, PART 3. CSE 130: Introduction to Programming in C Stony Brook University

AN OVERVIEW OF C, PART 3 CSE 130: Introduction to Programming in C Stony Brook University FANCIER OUTPUT FORMATTING Recall that you can insert a text field width value into a printf() format specifier:

### Intermediate Programming, Spring 2017*

600.120 Intermediate Programming, Spring 2017* Misha Kazhdan *Much of the code in these examples is not commented because it would otherwise not fit on the slides. This is bad coding practice in general

### 1. Look carefully at the program shown below and answer the questions that follow.

1. Look carefully at the program shown below and answer the questions that follow. a. What is the name of the class of this program? BillClass b. Identify one variable that holds a String. item c. What

### Structured programming

Exercises 2 Version 1.0, 22 September, 2016 Table of Contents 1. Simple C program structure................................................... 1 2. C Functions..................................................................

### 3. Types of Algorithmic and Program Instructions

3. Types of Algorithmic and Program Instructions Objectives 1. Introduce programming language concepts of variables, constants and their data types 2. Introduce types of algorithmic and program instructions

### INDIAN SCHOOL MUSCAT COMPUTER SCIENCE(083) CLASS XI

INDIAN SCHOOL MUSCAT COMPUTER SCIENCE(083) CLASS XI 2017-2018 Worksheet No. 1 Topic : Getting Started With C++ 1. Write a program to generate the following output: Year Profit% 2011 18 2012 27 2013 32

### Variables in C. Variables in C. What Are Variables in C? CMSC 104, Fall 2012 John Y. Park

Variables in C CMSC 104, Fall 2012 John Y. Park 1 Variables in C Topics Naming Variables Declaring Variables Using Variables The Assignment Statement 2 What Are Variables in C? Variables in C have the

### Precedence and Associativity Table. % specifiers in ANSI C: String Control Codes:

CMPE108, Homework-2 (C Fundamentals, Expressions, and Selection Structure.) Student Nr:... Name,Surname:...:... CMPE108 Group:... Signature... Please print this homework, and solve all questions on the