Hey all, there might be a solution to my problem in the tutorials but unfortunately I've procrastinated to the point where I need a solution a little quicker :/
The program I am writing is designed to take a number from a user and determine how many of each digit it contains.. pretty basic.
For example, 2345. Has 2 thousands, 3 hundreds, 4 tens and 5 ones.
I have the program written and everything works fine except I always get '0' for ones. I was hoping someone could take a look at it and let me know what I'm overlooking.
I am new to C so I know there is probably a quicker way to do all of this but you live you learn, eh?
int a, b, c, d, thousand, hundred, ten, one;
thousand = 1000;
hundred = 100;
ten = 10;
one = 1;
printf("Enter a Number: \n");
b = a%thousand;
c = b%hundred;
d = c%one;
printf("%d THOUSANDS\n", a / thousand);
printf("%d HUNDREDS\n", b / hundred);
printf("%d TENS\n", c / ten);
printf("%d ONES\n", d);
Thanks in advance to anyone who takes up any of their time to look it over.