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CSc 17 Test 1 Thursday 12 February 1998 Page 1 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>ANSWERS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 1. (15 pts) State the output generated by the following code: ( int(true) is 1, int(false) is 0; indicate blanks with little squares ) cout << (2+3/4)<<" "<< (2+3%4)<< "\n" << (2+3.0/4) << " " << (2.0+3/4)<<" " << int( (2<3) || (3<4) ) << " " << int( (2>3) || (3>4) ) << " " << int( (2>3) && (3<4) ) << char('a'+2) << char('T'-'A'+'a'+2) << double( 't'-'p') << setw(4) <<'a'<<setw(5)<<"He" << int ( ((2<3)==(4>5)) == (3==6)) << int(!(2!=3)); >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 5 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2.75 2 1 0 0cv4 a He10 2. (10 pts) Given the function and variable declarations below, state what output is generated by the code below the dashed line. int a(int x, int y, int z) { if (x>0) if (y>0) return (y+x); else if (x>y) return (x*y); else return (x-y); if (x<0) if (y>0) return (y-x-1); else return z; return (x+y+z); } ----------------------------------------------------------------- int x=1,y=2,z=-3; cout << a(x,y,z) << " " <<a(z,z,z) << " " << a(0,x,y) << " " << a(x,y,a(x,y,z)) << " " << a(3,2,1); >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>3 -3 3 3 5 3. (15 pts) Given the function and variable declarations below, state
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