, function is main. The programs in Chapters 1 through 5 use only the functiq
336 l Chapter 6: User—Defined Functions
In Chapter 2, you learned that a C+ program is a collection of functions. One sugii
main; the programming instructions are packed into on

320 Chapter 7 Arrays and Vectors
7.2 Arrays
An array is a consecutive group of memory locations that all have the same type. To refer
to a particular location or element in the array, we specify the name of the array and the
position number of the particu

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356 l Chapter-6: User-Defined Functions
Suppose str is a string. To determine whether str is a palindrome, ﬁrst compare the.
and the last characters of str. If they are not the same, str is not a palindrome and so
function should return false. If the

Question 1
Write a program using the forloop to calculate the factorial of the number
entered by the user. If the user enters a number less than zero, then display the
message Invalid Entry!. If the number is equal to zero then display one
otherwise calcu

506 1 Chapter 8: Arrays and Strings
In previous chapters, you worked with simple data types. In Chapter 2, you learned 1
C+ data types fall into three categories. One of these categories is the structured .
type. This chapter and the next few chapters foc

294 | Chapter 5: Control Structures ll (Repetition) Programming Example: Classifying Numbers | 295
EXAMPLE 5-17
-AMMING EXAMPLE: Classifying Numbers
This program reads a. given set of integers and then prints the number of odd and
evan integers. It also o

Wk13 Exercise:
A real state company rewards its employees with commission as follows:
Salary $300 plus 5% of the sale value of the property.
For example, an employee who sells a property worth $50,000 receives $2,500 extra for
that week. Develop a C+ prog

CIN531 Foundations of Programming
Lab 8
Task 1:
Given below is a program use to calculate volume of a cylinder
Assuming radius and height will be given as integers.
int man()
cfw_
int radius, height;
cout < "Enter radius of cylinder: ";
cin > rad;
cout <

Lab exercise on Functions
Q1
i.
Name at least three features of any function.
ii.
Write a function named cal_volume, which will calculate and return the volume of a
box to the main program.
iii.
Write the main program that will accept length, width and he