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will What be the output of the following??? int a=3, b=4; if (a=5) (Comparison needs ==) cout &lt;&lt; a; else cout &lt;&lt; b; cout &lt;&lt; char(toupper(b + b));F cout &lt;&lt; b++; 4 cout &lt;&lt; 8 2;6 struct pair { const string first; int second; }; p-&gt;first = &quot;&quot;; Error- first is a constant p-&gt;second = 0;...

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will What be the output of the following??? int a=3, b=4; if (a=5) (Comparison needs ==) cout << a; else cout << b; cout << char(toupper(b + b));F cout << b++; 4 cout << 8 2;6 struct pair { const string first; int second; }; p->first = ""; Error- first is a constant p->second = 0; OK Command Line Arguments int main(int argc, char* argv[]) a words.txt this is a testq cout<<argv[3];is cout<<argv[5];testq Maps map<double, char> m; m[8.5] = 'a'; m[6.0] = 'b'; m[4.5] = 'c'; m[6.0] = 'd'; map<double, char>::iterator p; for (p=m.begin(); p!=m.end(); ++p) cout << p->first << " " << p->second << "\n"; Ans : 4.5 c 6.0 d 8.5 a cout << (*m.begin()).second << "\n"; c cout << m.begin()->first << "\n";4.5 cout << m[6.0] << "\n";d cout << m.size() << "\n"; // number of pairs3 cout << m[1.23] << "\n"; Strings True or false? string s = "abc"; (s == "abc") ("abc" s) ("abc" == == "abc") Which are legal? s = s; s = "abc"; "abc" = s;Assignment has to be a variable "abc" = "abc";Assignment has to be a variable cout << s + s; cout << "abc" + s; cout << s + "abc"; cout << "abc" + "abc"; What do these print? cout << s; abc cout << "abc";abc cout << s[1];b cout << "abc"[1];b cout << s + "1";abc1 cout << "abc" + 1;bc cout << s.substr(1, 2);bc cout << s.substr(3);" " cout << (s+s)....

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