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Table of contents
Exercise 3: Xiaolele finds the largest number
Exercise 4: Judging whether it is a letter
Exercise 5: Divide by 237 of Niuniu
Exercise 6: Positive and Negative Numbers of Statistical Data
Exercise 1: The Four Seasons
describe
Meteorologically, spring is usually from March to May, summer is from June to August, autumn is from September to November, and winter is from December to February. Please output the corresponding season according to the input year and month.
Enter description:
The input data format is a fixed YYYYMM format, that is, the year occupies 4 digits, and the month occupies 2 digits.
Output description:
Output the season corresponding to the month (expressed in English words, all in lowercase).
Example 1
Input: 201901
output: winter
Note: The year entered should be 4 digits, and the month entered should be 1~12.
 #include<stdio.h>
 int main()
 {
 int year,month;
 scanf("%4d%2d", &year, &month);
 if(month >= 3 && month <= 5)
 printf("spring\n");
 else if(month >= 6 && month <= 8)
 printf("summer\n");
 else if(month >= 9 && month <= 11)
 printf("autumn\n");
 else
 printf("winter\n");
 return 0;
 }
Exercise 2: Health Assessment
describe
The BMI index (ie body mass index) is a number obtained by dividing the weight in kilograms by the square of the height in meters. For example: a person is 1.75 meters tall and weighs 68 kg, his BMI=68/(1.75^2)=22.2 (kg/m^2). When the BMI index is 18.5 to 23.9, it is normal, otherwise it means that the body has a health risk. Program to judge human health.
Enter description:
On one line, enter a person's weight (kg) and height (m), separated by a space.
Output description:
One line, output body Normal (normal) or Abnormal (abnormal).
Example 1
Input: 68 1.75
Output: Normal
Example 2
Input: 67.5 1.65
Output: Abnormal
 #include <stdio.h>
 int main()
 {
 float w,h;
 scanf("%f %f",&w,&h);
 float BMI=w/(h*h);
 if(BMI>=18.5 && BMI<=23.9)
 printf("Normal");
 else
 printf("Abnormal");
 return 0;
 }
Exercise 3: Xiaolele finds the largest number
describe
Xiaolele got 4 maximum numbers, please help him find the maximum number by programming.
Enter description:
One line, 4 integers, separated by spaces.
Output description:
A line, an integer, is the largest integer among the four input integers.
Example 1
Input: 5 8 2 5
output: 8
 #include <stdio.h>
 int main()
 {
 // method 1
 int a,b,c,d;
 scanf("%d%d%d%d",&a,&b,&c,&d);
 if(a<b)
 {
 int tmp=a;
 a=b;
 b=tmp;
 }
 if(a<c)
 {
 int tmp=a;
 a=c;
 c=tmp;
 }
 if(a<d)
 {
 int tmp=a;
 a=d;
 d=tmp;
 }
 printf("%d",a);

 // method 2
 int main()
 {
 int arr[4]={0};
 for(int i =0;i<4;i++)
 scanf("%d",&arr[i]);
 int max = arr[0];
 for(int i=0;i<4;i++){
 if(max<arr[i]){
 max = arr[i];
 }
 }
 printf("%d\n",max);
 return 0;
 }
Exercise 4: Judging whether it is a letter
describe
KiKi wants to determine whether the input character is a letter or not, please help him program it.
Enter description:
Multiple sets of input, one character per line.
Output description:
For each group of input, the output occupies a separate line to determine whether the input character is a letter. For the output content, see the output example.
Example 1
enter:
A
6
output:
A is an alphabet.
6 is not an alphabet.
 #include <stdio.h>
 int main()
 {
 int ch=0;
 while((ch=getchar()) != EOF)
 {
 if((ch>='A' && ch<='Z')  (ch>='a' && ch<='z'))
 {
 printf("%c is an alphabet.\n",ch);
 getchar();
 }
 else
 {
 printf("%c is not an alphabet.\n",ch);
 getchar();
 }
 }

 return 0;
 }
Exercise 5: Divide by 237 of Niuniu
describe
Niu Niu input an integer from the keyboard, please judge which number of 2 3 7 this integer can be divided by, and output it in ascending order. If it is not divisible by any number 2 3 7 then output n.
Enter description:
enter an integer
Output description:
Output which numbers are divisible by 2 3 7 and output in ascending order.
Example 1
Input: 6
Output: 2 3
Example 2
Input: 3
output: 3
Example 3
Input: 14
Output: 2 7
Example 4
Input: 11
output: n
 #include <stdio.h>
 int main()
 {
 int n=0;
 scanf("%d",&n);
 if(n%2==0)
 printf("2 ");
 if(n%3==0)
 printf("3 ");
 if(n%7==0)
 printf("7 ");
 if(n%2!=0 && n%3!=0 && n%7!=0)
 printf("n ");
 return 0;
 }
Exercise 6: Positive and Negative Numbers of Statistical Data
describe
Input 10 integers, and output the number of positive and negative numbers respectively.
Enter description:
Enter 10 integers (ranges ), separated by spaces.
Output description:
Two lines, the first line contains positive numbers, and the second line contains negative numbers. See the example for the specific format.
Example 1
Input: 1 2 3 6 7 8 1 6 8 10
output:
positive:7
negative:3
 #include <stdio.h>
 int main()
 {
 int arr[10]={0};
 int i=0;
 int count1=0,count2=0;
 for(i=0;i<10;i++)
 {
 scanf("%d ",&arr[i]);
 }
 for(i=0;i<10;i++)
 {
 if(arr[i]>0)
 count1++;
 else
 count2++;
 }
 printf("positive:%d\n",count1++);
 printf("negative:%d",count2++);

 return 0;
 }
concluding remarks
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Related: Take you to brush (Nioke.com) C language 100 questions (tenth day)
 Exercise 1: The Four Seasons
 describe
 Example 1
 Exercise 2: Health Assessment
 describe
 Example 1
 Example 2
 Exercise 3: Xiaolele finds the largest number
 describe
 Example 1
 Exercise 4: Judging whether it is a letter
 describe
 Example 1
 Exercise 5: Divide by 237 of Niuniu
 describe
 Example 1
 Example 2
 Example 3
 Example 4
 Exercise 6: Positive and Negative Numbers of Statistical Data
 describe
 Example 1
 concluding remarks