1. Do you think that it is valid if we address one element beyond the end of an array?

2. Is it necessary that the array subscripts always start with zero?

3. Do you know the difference between a string copy [s t r cpy] and a memory copy [memcpy]. When should be use each of both?

4. Write a program that can analyze the string:

char str[90]="i am shorter than my sister@1234321. She always a long girl, but not smarter than me"

a) Remove the spaces in between the words.

b) Which is the longest word in t he String?

c) How many letter 'e' are present in the String?

d) Find out the number of integers in the String.

e) Identify the number of doubles in the String.

f) Find out the number of words in teh String.

g) Extract the number of sentences in the String.

5. You are given with N players with weights as input. You need to divide them into two teams comprising of equal weights. But while dividing you need to make sure that the the difference between the number of players in the teams is minimum. Also, output the difference between the number of players in the two teams.

Input Weights: 3 2 1

Output: 1

6. Suppose that a String comprises of just three characters in a String - 'x', 'y', 'z'. Now suppose that in that string, if two different characters appear together they are replaced by the third character. This operation keeps repeating till no reduction is feasible. The String must now be always evaluated from left to right.

Input: abbc

Output: 1

7. How will you right-justify a string?

8. What can you do to avoid including a header more than once?

9. When is the concatenation operator used?

10. Do you think that we can execute a code even when the program exits the main() function?

2. Is it necessary that the array subscripts always start with zero?

3. Do you know the difference between a string copy [s t r cpy] and a memory copy [memcpy]. When should be use each of both?

4. Write a program that can analyze the string:

char str[90]="i am shorter than my sister@1234321. She always a long girl, but not smarter than me"

a) Remove the spaces in between the words.

b) Which is the longest word in t he String?

c) How many letter 'e' are present in the String?

d) Find out the number of integers in the String.

e) Identify the number of doubles in the String.

f) Find out the number of words in teh String.

g) Extract the number of sentences in the String.

5. You are given with N players with weights as input. You need to divide them into two teams comprising of equal weights. But while dividing you need to make sure that the the difference between the number of players in the teams is minimum. Also, output the difference between the number of players in the two teams.

Input Weights: 3 2 1

Output: 1

6. Suppose that a String comprises of just three characters in a String - 'x', 'y', 'z'. Now suppose that in that string, if two different characters appear together they are replaced by the third character. This operation keeps repeating till no reduction is feasible. The String must now be always evaluated from left to right.

Input: abbc

Output: 1

7. How will you right-justify a string?

8. What can you do to avoid including a header more than once?

9. When is the concatenation operator used?

10. Do you think that we can execute a code even when the program exits the main() function?

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