# Odd-Even Program C++

Topics: Programming language, C, Mathematics Pages: 3 (311 words) Published: January 17, 2013
LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY
CAVITE CAMPUS

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER STUDIES

LABORATORY ACTIVITY 3
ODD-EVEN NUMBER IN TURBO C

RATINGS

LIA G. BANDAHALA
2011 - 11502

MR. IVAN JAMES FERMANEJO
INSTRUCTOR

I. Aim :
* Write a Program to determine whether input number is ODD or EVEN. * Proper demonstration the use of Conditional Statements and Control Statements. II. Tools/Apparatus : Turbo C

III. Procedure :

A. Common Procedure
* Enter the number. Make the coding that if the entered number is ODD then display the message the “Number is odd”, else display that “Number is even”. B. Standard Procedure
* Analysing the problem
* Designing the solution
* Flowchart
START

int num;

if(num %2 ==0)

TRUE FALSE

printf(“%d is an EVEN number”, num);

printf(“%d is an ODD number”, num);

END

C. Implementing the Solution
* Writing the code
*
* #include<stdio.h>
* #include<process.h>
* #include<conio.h>
*
* main(){
*
* int num;
* int letter;
*
* clrscr();
*
* start:
* printf("\nEnter a number: ");
* scanf("%d", &num);
*
* if(num%2 == 0){
* printf("%d", num);
* printf(" is an EVEN number!");
* }
* else{
* printf("%d", num);
* printf(" is an ODD number!");
* }
*
* printf("\n*************\n");
* printf("Enter again? [y][n]\t");
* scanf("%s", &letter);
*
* if(letter == 'y'){
* goto start;
* }
* else if(letter == 'n'){
* exit(0);
* }
* else{
* printf("\nInvalid Input!");
* printf("\nThank you! Bye!");
* }
*
* getch();
* return 0;
*
* }

* Compiling/Debugging the code

IV. Conclusion

In creating a program that would accept a number and determines if the number is an ODD or...

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