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Assignment 5 1. Write a program to identify the smallest negative number and largest positive number that can be store in a variable of data type “short int”. Your program MUST use while statement (and break if necessary) only for looping. Call this program positive-negative.c. #include <stdio.h> main() { short int i; short int smallest; short int largest; i = 0; do{ smallest = i--; } while(i < 0); largest = i; printf("The smallest possible number is %d. \nThe largest possible number is %d.\n", smallest, largest); } 2. Write a program to check if a given positive integer is a palindrome or not. A palindrome number is one that reads the same forward and backwards. Your program MUST use while statements only. Call this program palindrome-number.c. #include <stdio.h> int main() { int x, y, z, temp; printf("Please enter a positive number: "); scanf("%d", &x); while (x < 0) {
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printf("Incorrect value, please enter a positive number:"); scanf("%d", &x); } y = x; temp = 0; while (y > 0) { z = y%10; y = y/10; temp = (temp*10) + z; } while (x != temp) { printf("The number you entered is not a palindrome.\n"); return(0); }
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