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    My homework

    i need full information about the pgm
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    please any one answer the questions...

    Execute the following program

    1.

    a) Read the file A o/p-> aaaaaaabbbbbbb………..ppppppp

    b) Read the file B o/p -> 11111112222222…………00000001111111

    2. The o/p of the file c based on the outputs of the files a & b. The output of the file C
    Should be like using interleaving techniques.

    aaaaaa1111111bbbbbbb22222222………….

    3. The output of the file D should be the o/ps of the above 3 files

    aaaaaa1111111aaaaaa111111…………..bbbbbb222222222bbbb bbbb2222222……………..

    4. What is pseudo code?

    5. Develop the program using pseudo code.

    6. Show the o/p of the file C which must based on the file A & B

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    Your questions doesn't even make sense. Start your own thread, read the homework policy, and state your problem clearly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Adak View Post
    io.h certainly IS included in some modern compilers. It is no longer part of the standard for C, but it is nevertheless, included in the very latest Pelles C versions.
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    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

    Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless.

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    i need full information about the pgm
    Then figure it out yourself and stop demanding it from others who couldn't care less about your program.


    please any one answer the questions...

    Execute the following program

    1.

    a) Read the file A o/p-> aaaaaaabbbbbbb………..ppppppp

    b) Read the file B o/p -> 11111112222222…………00000001111111

    2. The o/p of the file c based on the outputs of the files a & b. The output of the file C
    Should be like using interleaving techniques.

    aaaaaa1111111bbbbbbb22222222………….

    3. The output of the file D should be the o/ps of the above 3 files

    aaaaaa1111111aaaaaa111111…………..bbbbbb222222222bbbb bbbb2222222……………..

    4. What is pseudo code?

    5. Develop the program using pseudo code.

    6. Show the o/p of the file C which must based on the file A & B
    Read the forum guidelines relating to our homework policy. Do your own work.

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