Alrighty, I have two questions to ask: 1. Is there a [I]length[/I] function in Dev Pascal ? If so, what is it? If not, is there a way to achieve the length of a string? 2. Can you change a string into an integer and/or vice versa. (example: entering '123' as a string and turning it into the number 123.) Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. Cheers, Shane |
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If anyone has any good ideas for a program please let me know... My final is coming up, and we have to create our own program, but i'm drawing a blank, any help would be great! |
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I have been trying to write this program since 9:00 am. and I am exhausted now. Could someone give a some direction??????? I am to write a program for a two dimensional (5 rols and 5 cols) and then write a procedure to rotate it 90 degrees. I wrote the matrix part but I can't get it to rotate . thanks Linda |
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This is due tomorrow, and i am absoltuly lost, can anyone help with some examples or point in the right direction, MANY THANKS for any help Mathematician Stanislav Ulam proposed that any positive integer would reduce to 1 if the following algorithm was repeated a sufficient number of times. If the number is even, divide it by 2. If the number is odd, multiply it by 3 and then add 1. For example, if the original number were 13, the algorithm would generate the following sequence of numbers: 13, 40, 20, 10, 5, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1. This sequence … |
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i want to do aprogram to convert from octal to binary and vise versa i tried many but without aresult help me blease |
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Hi I am a new user of this forum. I have a Pascal script (I din't know this language) and I would like translate it into Matlab script. Is there any translator for that or any dictionnary to help the translation ? Ciao Vincent |
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Hi, I',m not sure but I think I'm allowed to post questions here showing my own work. I have the following question (not homework or anything assessed - Im revising for my final exam and this is a past paper question that i dont have model answers to). I'd appreciate any help. I think It's relatively simple but I am unfamiliar with pascal and unsure of my own answers. Question a) Each of these definitions of a type is expressed in a PASCAL-like notation. For each right hand side: 1) Express it in terms of set-operations.2) Indicate one representative member … |
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