Algorithms Quiz | SP2 Contest 1 | Question 2
Predict the output of the below C program:
i = 2, j = -2;
(\"%d\", j)) < (
We know that printf() returns the number of character it prints. Hence printf(“%d”,j) will return -2 and newline i.e. 3 characters, and printf(“%d”, i) will return 2 and newline i.e. 2. Thus if statement will look like (3 > 2) which is false. So the else block is executed followed by the execution of printf() statements within the if condition.
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