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Automatic garbage value taking in turbo c++

I cant even run simple programs involving addition of two numbers. compiling the program gives "success" but on running the program the compiter automatically take numbers (~7816 - the first no. and 0 as the second number and give the sum 7816).i am using the borland turbo c++ 1991 year version on my win XP media center edition 2005 pc. plz help me soon....

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When you are define the parameters you should initial them with zero. unless you do so the system will initial, then they will receive random number or minimum number.

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