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In c langua can i add two no. without using arithmatical operator

In the whole programme of a c language.....there must not b any use of arithmatical operator like + etc... yeah there can b use of increment decrement operator though.........

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  • gopal_sk Mar 05, 2009

    how to add two no in c without any operator?(no use of =.+,-,*,% etc)

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Int number1,number2;

// get both d numbers as input n use d follown method

for(i=0;i<number2;i++)
{
number1++;
}

// number1 wil contain d result...

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

  • MUKESH Mar 25, 2009

    If u want i can write dwn d entire code 4 u.........

  • MUKESH Mar 25, 2009

    #include

    main()

    {

    int number1,number2;
    static int i; // Initializes i to 0 so u dnt need = operatoe in d for loop
    printf("\n Enter the two nos: ");

    scanf("%d%d",&number1,&number2);

    for(i;i{
    number1++;
    }

    // number1 wil contain d result...

    printf(\n The output is %d",number1);

    }

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