1.Write a C++ function that intakes 2 arguments: a character and an integer and prints the character given number of times.If ,however, the integer is missing the function prints the character twice.

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Still, in this case, it shouldn't require even that much work: this is about as simple as a C++ assignment gets. Seriously, if you cannot complete this assignment yourself in about five minutes, you're in the wrong course of study.

Edited 4 Years Ago by Schol-R-LEA: n/a

1.Write a C++ function that intakes 2 arguments: a character and an integer and prints the character given number of times.If ,however, the integer is missing the function prints the character twice.

Do you know how to write a for loop? Write one that uses a range of [0, counter). Then, put an output statement in the loop. Then put the loop in a function that contains 2 arguments.

Really not that difficult. You have a basic synopsis of the algorithm, now go write your own code. We're NOT rent-a-coders.

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{	
	int i;
	char ch;
	cout<<"Number ";
	cin>>i;
	cout<<"Letter:";
	cin>>ch;
	for(int j = 0 ; j < i; j++)
	{
		cout<<ch<<"\n";
	}
	
    return 0;
}
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You've been around long enough, and have enough posts. You should know better by now.

HEY GUYS!
Im kinda new here @! so please can you help me find out what my mistake here in this program is??
PROGRAM - WRITE A PROGRAM TO MAKE A GUESSING GAME ie (0-5) ( 5-10) etc to generate random nos b/w (0-50)

  {#include <iostream>
#include<stdlib.h>
using namespace std ;
int main ()

int n,x;
randomize ();
cout<<"number b/w 0-50\n";
cin>>n;
for (int i=3;i>0;i--)
                { x=random(51);
                   if ( x==n)
                   cout ++; break;
                }
               cout<<"play again? (0-stop)\n;" ;
               int opt;
               while ( opt);
               cout<<"you won ! ";
               getch();
               return 0; 
   }

To be honest, there's more wrong with this code than right.. The random curly-bracket on the first line for example. And C++ doesn't come with a function called random(). You're probably better of starting over and taking it small steps at a time.
1. Make a program with a main() which compiles;
2. Add something to take in a number and make sure it compiles;
3. Google around for a random-number generator and try adding it to your program
etc.

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