C LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING

Q1. Write a C program to print a string on the screen.

Q2. Write a C program to show the use of ‘char’ data type.

Q3. Write a C program to print the sum of two numbers.

Q4. Write a C program to read two values from user and print there sum.

Q5. Write a C program to input two values and print their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Q6. Write a C program to show the use of chain assignment.

Q7. Write a C program to show the use logical operator.

Q8. Write a C program to show the use of addition C shorthand operator.

Q9. Write a C program to show the use of subtraction C shorthand operator.

Q10. Write a C program to show the use of multiply C shorthand operator.

Q11. Write a C program to show the use of division C shorthand operator.

Q12. Write a C program to show the use of modulus C shorthand operator.

Q13. Write a C program to make use of ternary operator/conditional operator.

Q14. Write a C program to make use of ternary operator/conditional operator.

Q15. Write a C program to take input in three subjects Physics, Chemistry and Math’s and calculate the total and percentage.

Q16. Write a C program to input user’s age and display a message you can vote or cannot vote.

Q17. Write a C program to accept a character and determine whether it’s upper case or lower case.

Q18. Write a C program to accept a character and determine whether its number, alphabet or symbol.

Q19. Write a C program to accept a number and determine whether it is even or odd.

Q20. Write a C program to accept a number and if it is less than 10 then print its square value.

Q21. Write a C program to accept a number and if it is less than 50 and greater than 20 than print its square value.

Q22. Write a C program to accept percentage and print division accordingly.

Q23. Write a C program to calculate the square of a number.

Q24. Write a C program that inputs a student’s marks in three subjects (out of 100) and prints the percentage marks.

Q25. Write a program to display the following output using a single cout statement.

Program = 20

Documentation = 23

Logic = 21

Flow chart = 18

Q26. Write a C program to read values of w, x, y and z and display the value of P, where

P= w+x / y-z

Q27. Write a C program that reads temperature in Celsius and displays it in Fahrenheit.

Q28. Write a C program that displays on screen

  1. the character ‘z’
  2. the name ‘Mohan’
  3. the number 1977

Using

Q29.  Assuming that there are 7.481 gallons in a cubic foot, write a C program that asks the user to enter the number of gallons, and then displays the equivalent in cubic feet.

Q30. Write a C program to generate the following table:

        1992                       17421

        1993                       29210

        1994                       100523

        1995                       106802

        1996                       127000

Use a single cout statement for output.

(Hint : Make use of \n and \t)

Q31. Write a C program that generates the following output:

        5

        10

        9

Assign value 5 to a variable using =. Multiply it with 2 to generate 10 and subtract 1 to generate 9.

Q32. Write a C program that accepts radius of a circle and prints its area.

Q33. Write a C program that accepts marks in 5 subjects and outputs average marks.

Data Handling

Q34. Write a C program to display ASCII code of a character and vice versa.

Q35. Write a C program (using a function) to accept a number and print its cube.

Q36. Write a C program to compute the area of a square. Make assumption on your own.

Q37. Write a C program to convert a given number of days into years, weeks and days.

Q38. Write a C program that accepts a character between a to j and prints next 4 characters.

Q39. Write a short C program that asks for your height in centimeters and then converts your heights to feet and inches. (1 foot = 12 inches, 1 inch = 2.54 cm).

Q40. An electricity board charges according to following rates:
For the first 100 units – 40 P per unit  (P-Paise)

For the next 200 units – 50 P per unit

Beyond 300 units – 60 P per unit.

All users are charged meter charge also which is R50/-.

Write a program to read the names of users and number of units consumed, and print out the charges with names.

Q41. Write a C program to read a number n and print n2, n3, n4 and n5.

Q42. Write a C program to find area of a triangle.

Q43. Write a C program to find whether a given number is even or odd.

Q44. Write a C program to accept three digits (that is, 0-9) and print all possible combinations from these digits. (For example, if the three digits are 1, 2 and 3 then all possible combinations are 123, 132, 231, 213, 312 and 321).

Q45. Write a program to convert given inches into its equivalent yards, feet and inches.

(1 yard = 36 inches, 1 foot = 12 inches)

 Q46. Write a program to read two numbers and print their quotient and remainder.

Q47. Write a C program to

(Hint: Store escape sequence for backspace in an integer variable).

Q48. Write a C program to compute simple interest and compound interest.

 

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