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H typedef struct unsigned int unsigned int rational

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Unformatted text preview: = dob.day)) age = today.year - dob.year else age = today.year - dob.year - 1 printf("Age = %d\n", age) return 0 } CSC 1500 { Lecture 11 11 Structures as function arguments #include <stdio.h> typedef struct { unsigned int unsigned int } Rational num den float rationalToReal(Rational local_rat_copy) { return ((float) local_rat_copy.num / local_rat_copy.den) } int main(void) { Rational rat={3, 4} printf("float=%.2f\n", rationalToReal(rat)) return 0 } float=0.75 Call-by-value is being used when structures are passed as function arguments. That is, a copy of the struct will be made in rationalToReal(). CSC 1500 { Lecture 11 12 Structures as function return values #include <stdio.h> typedef struct { unsigned int unsigned int } Rational num den Rational rationalCreate(unsigned int num, unsigned int den) { Rational rat unsigned int gcd gcd = hcf(nu...
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