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Step 1: Put your code inside code tags. You can either highlight your code and click the # sign in the edit window, or you can type [code] at the beginning of the code and [/code] at the end.
Step 2. Why do you think "it" (whatever or whoever "it" is) has a problem (whatever the problem is, which is unspecified) with the if comparison (whichever of the if comparisons you have in your code)?
<< !! Posting Code? Read this First !! >>
That does not mean "Posting Code? Ignore this!"
#3 Describe the problem.
> int n;
> int s[n];
What garbage value of n is being used to specify the sizes of these arrays?
There's a 50% chance it's NEGATIVE!
> for (int i=1; i<=n; i++)
Arrays begin at 0, not 1
Oh, and having variables called p and P (differing only by case) will confuse you. Try picking some meaningful names.
For C programming, try using these options (for gcc)
It would throw out a lot of the dubious code you have.Code:gcc -W -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O2 prog.c
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