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Calculator using Switch and Conditional Statements


Calculator using Switch and Conditional Statements

In this part you will learn:
1. To make a calculator using Conditional statements
2. What is switch statement
3. To make a calculator using switch statment
4. C syntax
5. Showing output

In this tutorial I will teach you how to make a calculator using two different ways, firstly using the Conditional statement method and then using switch statement.

Using Conditional statments:

Basic Step:
Open Dev C++ then File > new > source file and start writing the code below.

  2. #include<stdio.h>&#13;
  3. #include<conio.h></conio.h></stdio.h>

These are the header files that

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Submitted byranie.azote (not verified)on Thu, 12/10/2015 - 15:08

it is not helped me but i get the idea of thi kind of programming
it is actually completed my idea

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