C examples for Data Type:int

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- Use a variable of type int
- Create and use Unsigned Integer Types
- Create and use Signed Integer Types
- Specifying Integer Constants with int type literal
- Define and use Octal Constants
- Hexadecimal Constants
- Hexadecimal Digits and Their Values in Decimal and Binary
- Read input with gets_s() function and use atoi() to convert it into an integer value.
- Hexadecimal and Octal Constants
- Do math inside printf()
- Do simple math on int type
- Use minus operator to get the difference between two integers
- Finds the next largest even multiple for some pairs of sample data.
- Calculating the 200th Triangular Number with the for statement.
- Calculating the Eighth Triangular Number
- Generate a table of prime numbers.
- Convert a positive integer to another base.
- Generate Fibonacci numbers into array.
- Generate a Fibonacci Sequence
- Compute the Factorial of a Number
- Sum 1 to N Numbers using for statement
- Determine Whether a Given Number Is Prime
- Compute the Reverse of an Integer, 12345 becomes 54321
- Print the Prime Numbers from a List of Numbers, say, 1 to 1000.
- What does this program do, int input and calculation
- Count the number of even numbers between 0 and 100.
- Convert integer to string with padding
- Convert integer to binary
- Converts a string of hexadecimal digits into its equivalent integer value
- What is the output from the following program? Int type variable assignment and printf.
- What is the output from the following program? Int type variable assignment.
- In scientific notation, numbers are represented as decimal numbers times powers of 10.
- Use portable names for integer types
- Displays code number for a character
- Examples of Integer Constants in hexadecimal, octal and decimal
- Print out unsigned int, short, long, long long
- Exceeds maximum int size on our system
- Declaring Integer Types: long, short, unsigned int, long long
- Prints 100 in decimal, octal, and hex
- Set width for int value output in printf
- %z modifier -- try %u or %lu if you lack %zd
- Operator precedence test between sum and product
- Converts time in minutes to time in hours and minutes.
- Sums integers entered interactively
- Finds cube of entered number, create separate function for display
- Finds sum of first n integers with while loop, read the upper limit from user
- Asks the user to enter the number of days and then converts that value to weeks and days.
- Raises numbers to integer powers
- Prints a table giving an integer using a for loop, its square, and its cube. Ask the user to input the lower and upper limits for the table.
- Reads eight integers into an array and then prints them in reverse order.
- Write a program that accepts a positive integer as input and then displays all the prime numbers smaller than or equal to that number.
- Reads integers until 0 is entered and report the total number of even integers excluding the 0 entered
- Read lower and upper integer limits, calculates the sum of all the integer squares from the square of the lower limit to the square of the upper limit, and displays the answer.
- Prints a table with each line giving an integer, its square, and its cube.
- Computes the sum of the squares of the integers
- Read an integer and then prints all the integers from that value up to a value larger by 10.
- Sort an integer array in decreasing order
- Binary Equivalents for Octal Digits
- What is Hexadecimal
- Write a function that converts a binary string to a numeric value.