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What would be the output of the following program? 

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main()

{

        char huge * near * far *ptr1;

        char near * far * huge *ptr2;

        char far * huge * near *ptr3;

         printf ("%d%d%d", sizeof (ptr1), sizeof (ptr2), sizeof (ptr3));

}

 

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Q:

What's the difference between the functions rand(), random(), srand() and randomize()?

Answer

rand()  returns a random number


random()  returns a random number in a specified range


srand()  initialise a random number generator with a given seed value


randomize()   initializes a random number generator with a random value based o time.

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Q:

How would you use the function memmove()?

Answer

#include "mem.h"


#include "alloc.h"


main()


{


      int area;


      char *dest;


      char src[] = "Life is the camera and you are the target"


                                  "so keep smiling always";


      area = sizeof (src);


      dest = malloc (area);


      memmove (dest, src, area);


      printf("\n%s", dest);


      printf("\n%s",src);


}

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Q:

How would you use qsort() function to sort an array of structures?

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#include "string.h"


#include "stdlib.h"


struct stud


{


       int rollno;


       int marks;


       char name[30];


};


int sort_m (struct stud *, struct stud *);


int sort_name (struct stud *, struct stud *);


int sort_marks (struct stud *, struct stud *);


 


main()


{


static struct stud ss[] = {


                                            { 15, 96, "Akshay" },


                                            { 2, 97, "Madhuri" },


                                            { 8, 85, "Aishvarya" },


                                            { 10, 80, "Sushmita" }


                                   };


int x,w;


clrscr();


w = sizeof (struct stud);


 


printf ('\nIn order of roll numbers:");


qsort (ss, 4, w, sort_rn);


for(x=0; x<4;x++)


     printf ("\n%d%s%d", ss[x].rollno, ss[x].name,ss[x].marks);


 


printf("\n\nIn order of names:");


qsort(ss, 4, sort_name);


 


for (x=0; x<4;x++)


      printf("\n%d%s%d",ss[x].rollno, ss[x].name,ss[x].marks);


printf("\n\nIn order of marks:");


qsort(ss,4,w,sort_marks);


 


for (x=0;x<4;x++)


      printf ("\n%d%s%d",ss[x].rollno,ss[x].name,ss[x].marks);


}


int sort_rn (struct stud *t1, struct stud *t2)


{


     return (t1->rollno-t2->rollno);


}


 


int sort_name (struct stud *t1, struct stud *t2)


{


     return (strcmp(t1->name,t2->name));


}


int sort_marks (struct stud *t1, struct stud *t2)


{


     return (t2->marks-t1->marks);


}


 


 


 

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Q:

What do the functions atoi(), itoa() and gcvt () do? Show how would you use them in a program.

Answer

atoi()         Converts a string to an integer.


itoa()         Convert an integer to a string


gcvt()        Converts a floating-point number to a string


 


#include "stdlib.h"


main()


{


      char s[] = "12345";


      char buffer [15], string[20];


      int i;


      


      i = atoi (s);


      printf("\n%d",i);


 


       gcvt (20.141672, 4, buffer);


       printf ("\n%s", buffer);


 


       itoa(15, string,2);


        printf ("\n%s", string);


}

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Q:

If I use the following printf() to print a long int why I am not warned about the type mismatch?

printf ("%d",num );

Answer

When a function accepts a variable number of arguments , its prototype cannot provide any information about the number of arguments and type of those variable arguments. Hence the compiler cannot warn about the mismatches. The programmer must make sure that arguments match or must manually insert explicit typecast.

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