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hi guys

Can anyone write a C++ program for me which convert military time to standard time without using return function. write a simple program which start from

#include<iostream.h>
#include<coino.h>
void main()
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getch();
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Last Post by Narue
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Try starting with this

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

void MyFunction()
{
	//does something
}


int main()
{
	MyFunction();

	return 0;
}
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Come on, think. :) This is very easy. How do we convert from 24h notation to 12? When someone says it's 23:00 you know, it is 11:00 pm, or 22:00 is 10:00 pm 21:00 is 9, 20:00 is 8.

24 -> 0
23 -> 11
22 -> 10
21 -> 9
20 -> 8
19 -> 7
18 -> 6

Look at the difference between 23 and 11, 22 and 10 and so on. It's always 12. You only need to subtract 12. It is slightly more elegant to do it with the modulo operator.

22 % 12 = 10
21 % 12 = 9
24 % 12 = 0;

Edited by LRRR: n/a

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Will your input be a time_t or some other time structure?
Will it be a string that is input by the user?

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OP clearly has no intention of doing any work, which means this violates our homework rule. Thread closed.

Edited by Narue: n/a

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