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multiplying step by step

Discussion in 'C' started by Martin0027, May 18, 2011.

  1. Martin0027

    Martin0027 New Member

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    Hi, I need advice on how to multiply and store numbers in the box that way: 125 * 125 split to 125 * 5 (put in field1) 125 * 2 ​​* 10 (put in field2) 125 * 1 * 100 (put in field3) and then all added together and printed on a desktop.
     
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    xpi0t0s Mentor

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    You could use the modulo operator:
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    int x=125 % 10;
    int y=(125/10) % 10;
    
    results in x containing 5 and y 2.
     
  3. Chong

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    Hi
    What is your question? Is it your discovery or you mean to ask something?

    Best regards
    Chong
     
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    Hi
    I am sorry that you were giving a solution. I am new to this webiste and leraning how to use this website.
    Best regards
    Chong
     
  5. Martin0027

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    but how do I resolve read from the command line, I do not know how I enter the digits
    it would need to take that number from the back %10, erase the last digit and %10 again to get all the numbers what they are?
    could it be? or which functions i should use?
     

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