C Programming

Practise Exercise 1: Defining Variables

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1. The statement that correctly defines an integer called sum is

sum : integer;
integer sum;
int sum;
sum int;

2. The statement that correctly defines a character called letter is

letter := char;
char letter;
letter : char;
character letter;

3. The correct define statement for a constant called TRUE, which has a value of 1 is

int TRUE = 1;
#define TRUE = 1
#define TRUE 1;
#define TRUE 1

4. The correct definition for a variable called money which can be used to hold currency, is

money : real;
real money;
float money;
money float;

5. The correct definition of a variable called arctan which will hold scientific notation values (+e), is

arctan : float;
real arctan;
double arctan;
arctan float;

6. The correct definition of an integer variable called total initialized to zero, is

total : integer = 0;
total = 0, int;
int total = 0;
int = 0, total;

7. The correct definition of a variable called loop, which can hold an integer value, is

loop : integer;
integer loop;
int loop;
loop int;

8. The correct define statement for a constant called GST with a value of .125, is

#define GST 0.125
GST .125;
float GST=0.125;
#define GST .125;


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