int main ()
         int a,b,c;


         return 0;

asked 12 Nov '15, 19:55

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edited 12 Nov '15, 20:39

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Tamanna Nishat Rini ♦♦

১. তুমি ইউজার থেকে ইনপুট নেয়ার আগেই যোগফল লিখে ফেলছো। a, b এর মান নাও নাই, কিন্তু আগেই c= a+b যোগ করে রাখছো।
২. তুমি ইনপুট নিতে চাচ্ছো দুইটা নাম্বার কিন্তু format spacifier (%d,%f,%lf এগুলো ফরম্যাট স্পেসিফায়ার) দিয়েছো একটা। এর জন্য প্রবলেম হচ্ছে। এগুলা একদমই বেসিক লেভেলের জিনিস। শুরুর দিকের। একটু বুঝে লজিক দিয়ে চিন্তা করে করার চেষ্টা করবা।

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scanf("%d %d",&a,&b);
c = a+b; 
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answered 12 Nov '15, 20:48

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Tamanna Nishat Rini ♦♦

When you run this your compiler it shows a warning: too many arguments for format [-Wformat-extra-args]| Why this happened? Here in your code you declare three integer =a,b,c.In scanf function you only use one %d but you passes two arguments=&a,&b.You don't declare another %d .That's why when you input 2 numbers like =1 and 2 .one has stored address of a ( &a) but 2 doesn't find his arguments .That's why it's overflow many numbers. Another wrong is you declare c=a+b -> scanf("%d",&a,&b). This is wrong .Why? Because at first you take input then compiler shows output . Here is your full code :

int main() { int a,b,c;//declare three integer variable scanf("%d %d",&a,&b);//give the two numbers in console c=a+b;//sum of two numbers. printf("%d",c);//c shows the two numbers sum. return 0;


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