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C++ 2012

C++ 2012 Random multiply or fill in the blank

#include < io_______ > <br> <hr color=red> const int double return stream main function stream #include < iostream >
using ____________ std; Statement Expression Variable namespace Array namespace using namespace std;
What is the required function <br> main<br> return main int main()
cout <br> cin <br> << <br> >> cout << cin >>
cout << 5/2 <br> 2<br> 2.5 2 when you divide 2 int <br> result is int or 2 and not 2.5
Conversion <br> widening narrowing implicit explicit all of above all of above Widening conversion narrowing conversion implicit conversion explicit conversion
#include < cmath > to use abs() ________ function abs(x + Y);
pow(x, 3); x^3 or x*x*x next is pointers strings structures typecasting
Overloading Recursion Scope <hr> Data types <hr> Header Files Inheritance <hr> Polymorphism <hr> Encapsulation Object Oriented <hr> Procedural Programming
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