I know:
-basic cout/cin
-declaring single integers/strings
-currently learning 'for' loops
as you can see, my knowledge is extremely limited as of now, and i wish to have a few practice problems to have a go at. May i have some suggestions?
I know:
-basic cout/cin
-declaring single integers/strings
-currently learning 'for' loops
as you can see, my knowledge is extremely limited as of now, and i wish to have a few practice problems to have a go at. May i have some suggestions?
You could try Sane's Monthly Algorithms Challenges which are designed for people of all programming levels.
Here are some although googling would help you get more problems :
1) Create a program that checks if the input is odd or eve
2) Create a program that checks is a power of 2
3) Create a program that asks the user for a positive even number, if thats not supplied, then throw an error
4) Create a program that compares 2 strings and outputs its max
5) Create a program that has the user enter 2 numbers and outputs its max, min, and everage
6) Do #5 for 3 numbers then 4 numbers then 5
Try to generate a fibonacci series.....(range should be entered by user itself)
fibonacci series is.....
0 1 1 2 3 5 8......
i.e., initially 0 and 1 are printed and the next terms are the sum of previous two.....
try to solve it out...if u want, i'll provide you with hint....
Try to generate a fibonacci series.....(range should be entered by user itself)
fibonacci series is.....
0 1 1 2 3 5 8......
i.e., initially 0 and 1 are printed and the next terms are the sum of previous two.....
try to solve it out...if u want, i'll provide you with hint....
hmmm... seems like an interesting problem. i don't know how to get started with it though...