1112.Integer Inquiry.cpp

1112.Integer Inquiry.cpp - #include #include...

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#include <iostream> #include <cstring> using namespace std; int main() { int len1, len2, carry, temp, count = 1; char t1, t2, a[1000], ans[1000]; while (cin >> a) { if (strlen(a) == 1 && a[0] == '0') break; carry = 0; len1 = strlen(ans); len2 = strlen(a); if (count) { for (int i = len2 - 1;i >= 0;i--) ans[i] = a[i]; count = 0; continue; } for (int i = len1-1,j = len2-1;i>=0 || j>=0;i--,j--) { t1 = (i>=0) ? ans[i] : '0';
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