# Thread: How do I simulate a program with a \frac{}{} command

1. and what is your question?

no one will do your homework for you.

2. Code:
what do they mean by simulate a \frac{}{}
command?

3. Integer division gives you the whole number:

int result, five=5, four=4;
result = five / four;

Modulo operator gives you the remainder:

int rem = five &#37; four;

Floating point division gives you the fraction:

float fraction = (float) rem / (float) four;

4. Code:
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
double num1;
double num2;
int n1;
int n2;
char slash;
int spaces = 9 + n1 + n2;

cout << " enter the fraction asgiven  num1/num2 ";

cin >> num1 >> slash >> num2 ;

if ( (num1 >=0) && ( num1 <= 9) )
n1 = 1;

else if ( num1 <=99 )
n1 = 2

else	 n

1 = 3;

if ( ( num2 >=0 ) && ( num2 <=9 ))

n2 = 1;

else if ( (  n2  <= 99 )

n2= 2;

else

n2= 3

if ( ( n1 > 0 ) && ( n1 > 999 ) ||  ( n2 > 0 ) &&

What do I do next?

5. fix your indentations next, and choose sensible names for you variables, and post the whole code

6. Code:
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
double num1;
double num2;
int n1;
int n2;
char slash;
int spaces = 9 + n1 + n2;

cout << " enter the fraction asgiven  num1/num2 ";

cin >> num1 >> slash >> num2 ;

if ( (num1 >=0) && ( num1 <= 9) )
n1 = 1;

else if ( num1 <=99 )
n1 = 2

else

n1 = 3;

if ( ( num2 >=0 ) && ( num2 <=9 ))

n2 = 1;

else if ( (  n2  <= 99 )

n2= 2;

else

n2= 3

if ( ( n1 > 0 ) && ( n1 > 999 ) ||  ( n2 > 0 ) &&
Now?

7. indentation isn't any better, variable names aren't changed, and you are still only posting half the code.