Need help with c++ program

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i've just started studying programming...nd i cant understand how to write these programs:

1:to recognize palindromes using goto condition
2:to recognize palindromes using for loop
3:to convert binary into decimal nd decimal into binary

i m seriously lost nd cant understand for loop...plzz help
actually i ve finally done palindrome question by goto method:)
plzz help me with for loop
nd tell me how to get output for required binary or decimal no.?doz it use for loop?
 
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We're not going to do your homework for you. You can post programs you've attempted, but which don't work, and we can try to help you fix them.

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sorry i wasnt asking you to do it...actually my vc++ has some problem as soon as i run program computer shuts down...i ve made codes can any1 check them

for 1.
{
int a,b,c,d,n,div,div1;
cout<<"length of no. :";
cin>>n;
cout<<"Number :";
cin>>a;
flag:
div=pow(10,n-1);
div1=pow(10,1);
b=a/div;
c=a%div1;
d=a%div;
a=d/div1;
n=n-2;
if (b!=c)
cout<<"No. isnt a palindrome"<<endl;
else if (n==0 || n==1)
cout<<"No. is palindrome"<<endl;
else
goto flag;
}

for 2.
{
int num,n,x,length,division1,a,b,y;
cout<<"length :";
cin>>n;
cout<<"number :";
cin>>num;

for (n=1;n<=length;n++)
{
x=num/pow(10,length-n);
division1=pow(10,n-1);
a=x%10;
y=num%division1;
b=x/pow(10,n-1);

if (n>length)
break;

if (a==b)
cout<<"no. is a palendrome"<<endl;
else if (a!=b)

cout<<"no. is not a palendrome"<<endl;

}
nd i m working on 3rd
 
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what is the use of the pow() function please specify

another method just find reverse of a no and compare it to the orignal no
 
  • #5
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actually i need to apply only pow(a,b){it is a power function meaning a^b}
nd for loop nd goto conditions
pow(a,b) requires source file math.h
i ve done somethings for 3rd but cant check output
plz some1 do

{
int n,a,s,m,i;
cout<<"length of no.";
cin>>n;
cout<<"number";
cin>>a;

s=8*n-1;
m=1<<s;

cout<< setw( 10 )<<a<<"=";
for (i=1;i<=s+1;i++)
{
cout<<(a & m ? "1" : "0" );
a<<=1;
if (a%8==0)
cout<<" ";
}
cout<<endl;
}
 
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Well, I'm not too familiar with several of the functions you used in the third problem (setw(n), <<=, etc.) but for binary to decimal conversion, a rough algoithm might consist of passing each digit in the input to an array of a size equal to the length of the input, then multiplying each element by 2^n (where n represents the placement of the digit, i.e. n=0 for least significant digit, etc.), and then adding the multiplied value if the digit to the output.
 
  • #7
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but i vent done arrays till now....can we do it by loop?
 
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As a FYI you can use a code tag so that your code is easier to read

Code:
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[code]
 {
int n,a,s,m,i;
cout<<"length of no.";
cin>>n;
cout<<"number";
cin>>a;

s=8*n-1;
m=1<<s;

cout<< setw( 10 )<<a<<"=";
for (i=1;i<=s+1;i++)
{
cout<<(a & m ? "1" : "0" );
a<<=1;
if (a%8==0)
cout<<" ";
}
cout<<endl;
}
 
  • #9
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how about finding reverse of a no by this logic and comparing it to the orignal one
int sum,a,b;
sum=0;
cin>>a;
b=a;
while(a!=0)
{
sum=(sum*10)+(a%10);
a=a/10;
}
if(sum==b)
cout<<"palindrome";
 

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