C++ examples for Data Type:int

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- Integral Types with Minimum and Maximum Values
- A guess number game
- Show the results of the arithmetic operators. Adding Two Numbers
- Test for prime by checking for divisibility by all whole numbers from 2 to sqrt(n).
- Convert temperature from Celsius degrees into Fahrenheit
- Set output format to hexadecimal
- Average 3 numbers using integer arithmetic.
- Computes a circle with radius of 5 and 20.
- Determines if it is Summer Olympics year, U.S. Census year, or both.
- The negative of a variable that contains a negative value.
- Computes the factorial of numbers with for loop, no recursive function
- Countdown to the liftoff with a delay created by for loop.
- Use variables and assignments to compute the area of a rectangle and display the result.
- To express an integer in binary, precede it with the characters 0b or "0B"
- Working with Unsigned Integers
- Working with Different Types of Integers
- Initializing integers using operators
- Define an integer variable
- Using unsigned literals
- Reads in two integers and determines and prints if the first is a multiple of the second.
- Reads an integer and determines and prints whether it's odd or even.
- Reads in five integers and determines and prints the largest and the smallest integers. Use macro
- Calculate the product of three integers
- Calculate base exponent, integerPower(3, 4) = 3 * 3 * 3 * 3.
- Declare array unsigned int 'values' with 5 elements and initialize the elements to even ints from 2 - 10.
- Declare the variable longPtr to point type long.
- Read input for Decimal, Octal and Hexadecimal Values
- Using atoi to convert string to int
- Use atol to convert string to long value
- Using strtol to convert string to long integer.
- Output integer and its 1's complement in decimal and hexadecimal.
- Swapping integers.
- Hexadecimal Literals
- Octal Literals
- Calculations with Integers
- Formatting integer values
- Converts a length in yards as a decimal value to yards, feet, and inches.
- Test signed and unsigned integers
- Demonstrate integer variables
- Makes a number out of digits