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Problem Exercices Chapter 02 1 Problem Exercises 1. Page 148: Exercise 20. Write a C++ program that inputs a series of 10 numbers, and determines and prints the largest of the numbers. #include <iostream.h> int main() { int counter = 0, number, largest; cout << "Enter the first number: "; cin >> largest; while (++counter < 10) { cout << "Enter the next number : "; cin >> number; if (number > largest) { largest = number; } } cout << "Largest is " << largest << endl; return 0; } Sample Output :
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Problem Exercices Chapter 02 2 6. Page 156: Exercise 63. Write a program that uses repetition and switch structures to print the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” One switch structure should be used to print the day (i.e., “First,” “Second,” etc.). A separate switch structure should be used to print the remainder of each verse. #include <iostream.h> int main() { for ( int day = 1; day < 13; day++) { cout << "On the "; switch (day) { // switch for current day case 1: cout << "first"; break ; case 2: cout << "second"; break ; case 3: cout << "third"; break ; case 4: cout << "fourth"; break ; case 5: cout << "fifth"; break ; case 6: cout << "sixth"; break ; case 7: cout << "seventh"; break ; case 8: cout << "eighth"; break ;
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