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ECE 1574 Homework Set #4 TANUJ GODARA 9052-79307 Problem Solving with C++ Due date: 2/14/10 by 11:55PM 1. Ask the user to enter two characters. Then use the relational greater than operator to compare the two characters and output whether or not the first character entered is greater than or less than the second character entered . #include <iostream> #include <cmath> using namespace std; void main() { double x; double y; cout << "Enter two digits that you want to compare." << endl; cin >> x; cin >> y; if (x>y) { cout << x << " is greater than " << y << endl; } if (x<y) { cout << y << " is greater than " << x << endl; } if (x==y) { cout << "Both numbers are the same." << endl; } } 2. Ask the user to enter a string then count and output the number of x's and 0's (zero and not character O) that occur in the string. #include <iostream> #include <cmath> #include <string> #include <iomanip> using namespace std; int main() {
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string text; char letter1 = 't' ; char letter2 = '0' ; int count = 0; int count2 = 0; int x=2; cout << "Press enter to start the program. =]" ; while (x>1) { count = 0; count2 = 0; cin.ignore(100, '\n' ); cout << "Enter a string of your choice: " ; getline(cin, text); for ( unsigned int i =0; i < text.length(); i++) { if (text[i] == letter1) count++; } for ( unsigned int i =0; i < text.length(); i++) { if (text[i] == letter2) count2++; } cout<< "The letter " <<letter1<< " occurs " <<count<< " times in the text." <<endl; cout<< "The number " <<letter2<< " occurs " <<count2<< " times in the text." <<endl; break ; } return 0; } 3.
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