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Temperature conversion c2f and f2c

Converting given temperature assuming if it is in Celsius as Fahrenheit and if is in Fahrenheit as Celsius

Learning Objectives

  • Applying both C2F and F2C formulas in the same data input.
  • Displaying all possible conversion outputs in one go.

Source Code

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Source Code

Run Output

Give temperature = 100
100 deg. C = 212 deg. F
100 deg. F = 37.7778 deg. C

Code Understanding

cout<<“Give temperature = “; cin>>t;
Only one value of temperature is input and the target is to show both C2F and F2C types of conversion together.

tf=t*9/5+32;
tc=(t-32)*5/9;
Formula for Celsius to Fahrenheit and Fahrenheit to Celsius are both applied and results are saved in aptly named taget variables as tf and tc.

cout<<t<<” deg. C = “<<tf<<” deg. F”<<endl;
cout<<t<<” deg. F = “<<tc<<” deg. C”<<endl;
Both the converted values are displayed.

Notes

  • Appropriate data inputs or test cases shall be provided so that the outputs displayed are some logical values.


Suggested Filename(s): temp-both.cpp, c2f-f2c.cpp



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sunmitra| Created: 21-Dec-2017 | Updated: 15-Sep-2018|






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