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    Assignment Help...maybe..

    Hey everyone.

    I have been out sick from school for the last week. I get back here and I get a hand out assignment from my teacher to do.
    Now we have no text book in C ( im not even sure why I need this course to begin with but that's another story) we are supposed to find
    the information ourselves because C is such a small unit in our course and really I will probably never look at the stuff after about 4 more weeks.

    Anyway, I scanned through the forum rules and didn't see anything against this... If it is, im sorry i'll delete this. If you dont weant to help thats cool too.
    Anyway this is a very small assignment, here it is as follows.


    1. Use a printf statement to print out the value of the integer variable sum

    2. Use a printf statement to print out the text string "Welcome", followed by a newline

    3. Use a printf statement to print out the character variable letter

    4. Use a printf statement to print out the float variable discount

    5. Use a printf statement to print out the float variable dump using two decimal places

    6. Use a scanf statement to read a decimal value from the keyboard, into the integer variable sum

    7. Use a scanf statement to read a float variable into the variable discount_rate

    8. Use a scanf statement to read a single character from the keyboard into the variable operator. Skip leading blanks, tabs and newline characters.

    Even if you cant help thanks for reading through this. Peace.

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    Those questions are the fundamentals of C.

    It would be bad for you if i told you the answers.

    However, i will point you in the right direction.

    --> http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c/lesson1.html

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    you should post your attemp and describe the concrete problem, not the whole assignment
    about homework - read this http://cboard.cprogramming.com/annou...t.php?f=4&a=39

    if you wonder how the printf works, here is the sample
    printf("%d",sum);
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    the last 10% takes the other 90% of the time.

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    >Anyway, I scanned through the forum rules and didn't see anything against this...
    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/annou...t.php?f=4&a=39
    My best code is written with the delete key.

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    Im sorry I didn't see that part, I will delete this post. Sorry everyone.

    Or let it Die, I'm not sure how to delete my topic.

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    bro come on, did you even try? Did you go to class? Do you need with the syntax or the body of the program. Its strange that you know its called printf() and scanf() and yet have no clue to use them. He is some prototype for your printf("data to be printed") if you wanted to print a value
    Code:
    int x;
    x=12;
    printf("%d",x);
    %d= decimal int
    %c= char
    %e=float in scientific e notation
    %f=float
    %i=decimal int
    %s= string
    \a makes a funny noise lol
    \n is a new line, make sure to include it after every printf statement.


    Bro just try and post what you can do up here and we can walk you through it young padiwan but we wont hook you up with a light saber yet.
    You rant and rave about it, but at the end of the day, it doesn't matter if people use it as long as you don't see.
    People are free to read the arguments, but if the only way for you to discover gravity is by jumping off a cliff, then that is what you're going to have to experience for yourself.
    Eventually, this "fast and loose" approach of yours will bite you one too many times, then you'll figure out the correct way to do things. - Salem

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