Can anyone please explain me the following:
1. First Example:
int i = get_int ("Integer:"); printf ("hello,%i"\n", i);
In this example near the
% operator we use the declared variable "
i" variable stores data and prints the stored data instead of "
1. Second Example:
int x = get_int("x: "); int y = get_int("y: "); printf("%i plus %i is %i\n", x, y, x+y );
Here @ 47: 05, near the
% sign, we also use a variable, but it is not declared:
In this example declared only 2 variables
y, but not "
But near the
% operator we use not declared variable "
Why we are not using here the declared variables
y, as in the first example?
- Can we use near the
%operator only declared variables?
- If yes, why we are using in the second example something, that is not declared previously ?
Thank you in advance