Unlike most of the computer programming languages, a **while loop** is a control flow statement that allows code to be executed repeatedly based on a given boolean condition in C or C++. The **while loop** can be thought of as a repeating if statement. Here is some program using **while Loop:** Continue reading

# Example Program Using ‘for’ Loop

Unlike any programming, language loops play a very important role in C or C++ . Here is some example program using for loop. Continue reading

# Iteration Statements (Frequently Called Loops)

Well, friends today we discuss about loops in C /C++. Iteration statements (Loops) allow a set of instruction to be executed repeatedly until a certain condition meets. The condition may be predefined or open ended like (for loop and do-while or while loop) Continue reading

# Selection Statements (If, Switch) for Flow Control

C/C++ supports two types of selection statements: if and switch. In addition, the ? operator is an alternative to if in certain circumstances for flow control.

**if**

The *Syntax* of if statement is

if *(expression) statement*;

else *statement*; Continue reading

# Find GCD and LCM Using C Program

**GCD:** The *greatest common divisor* (GCD), which is also known as the *greatest common factor* (GCF), of two or more integers, is the largest integer that is a common divisor (factor) of all the given integers.

**LCM: **The *least common multiple* (LCM), which is also known as the *least common denominator* (LCD) in fractions, of two or more integers is the smallest integer that is a common multiple (denominator) of all the given integers. Continue reading

# C program to check odd or even and check any integer that divisible by another integer value

C program to check odd or even: In childhood As you have studied in mathematics that in decimal number system even numbers are divisible by 2 while odd are not divisible by 2, we may use modulus operator(%) which returns remainder, For example, 7%2 gives 1 ( remainder when seven is divided by two). Even numbers are of the form 2*X and odd are of the form (2*X+1) where X is is an integer.We will determine whether a number is odd or even by using different methods all are provided with a code in c language.

# C program to perform basic arithmetic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

C program to perform basic arithmetic operations which are an addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of two numbers. Numbers are assumed to be integers and will be entered by the user.

# Print sum of two or more number

**Write a c program that takes two or more numbers from the user then print the sum of these number.**

This c language program performs the basic arithmetic operation of addition on two numbers and then prints the sum on the screen. For example, if the user entered two numbers as 2, 4 then 6 (2 + 4) will be printed on the screen. Continue reading

# C program print integer

Let’s talk about integers. Whole numbers less than zero are called negative **integers**. The **integer** zero is neither positive nor negative and has no sign. Two **integers** are opposites if they are each the same distance away from zero but on opposite sides of the number line. Positive **integers** can be written with or without a sign. Besides that, an integer without any sign is called **Unsigned integer.**

The `int`

data type is signed and has a minimum range of at least -32767 through 32767 inclusive. The actual values are given in `limits.h`

as `INT_MIN`

and `INT_MAX`

respectively.

An `unsigned int`

has a minimal range of 0 through 65535 inclusive with the actual maximum value being `UINT_MAX`

from that same header file.

# C program print integer

# C – Variable Data Types

Data types in c give you abilities to choose exact data type of variable for your operation. The type of a variable determines how much space it occupies in storage and how the bit pattern stored is interpreted.