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Can someone explain this questions?

Can someone explain this questions?


double r1, r2; 

int p=11; q=4; 

r1=p/(double)q; 

r2=(double)(p/q)




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r1=p/(double)q; =>divides an integer p with double=>int/double=>double... View the full answer

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  • How did you get it? Please explain
    • baharoo
    • Jul 19, 2016 at 11:08pm

double r1, r2; you have just created (defined) a variable r1 and r2 with a data type of double.  int p=11; q=4; you have... View the full answer

r1=p/(double)q; In this case q is converted to double and then division is done ( This is known as explicit conversion... View the full answer

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