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by Dinesh Thakur Category: Control Structures

 A program segment to calculate a sum of integers from 1 to n is given in Example. In this example, similar technique is used to determine the sum of n numbers entered from the keyboard. In each iteration of this loop, a number is read from the keyboard in variable n of type float and added to variable sum as shown below.

Note that the body of the loop is a block containing two statements. A complete program to determine the sum and average of n given numbers is given below. Initially, the value of n is read from the keyboard. Then n numbers are accepted from the keyboard and their sum is determined as explained above. Finally, the average of the given numbers (av) is calculated after the for loop and the values of  sum and av are printed.

#include<stdio.h>

 

#include<conio.h>

 

void main()

 

int n,i,sum;

 

float av;

 

clrscr();

 

printf("\n Enter the value of N:");

 

scanf("%d",&n);

 

for(i =1;i<=n;i++)

 

{

 

sum= sum+i;

 

}

 

printf("\n sum is:%d",sum);

 

av=(float)sum/n;

 

printf("\n Average is: %f",av);

 

getche();

 

}

 

 

OUTPUT:

 

 

Enter the value of n: 10

 

sum is: 55

 

Average is: 5.5

 



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