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Multiple integer inputs without extraction chaining

Taking more than one integer input without chaining of io extraction operator >>

Learning Objectives

  • More than one value collection using successive use of cin object.
  • Using expressions within the cout chain of insertion operators.

Source Code

TC++ #1715


Source Code

Run Output

Enter an integer number: 2
Enter another integer number: 3
Sum of two entries 5

Code Understanding

int a,b;
Here two integer variables are declared without initilisation. We may not give an initial value as it will soon be given by the user using the cin.

cout<<“Enter an integer number: “;
Prompt to input first value followed by value collection using cin.

cout<<“Enter another integer number: “;
Prompt to input second value followed by value collection using cin.

cout<<“Sum of two entries “<<a+b<<endl;
Here both the collected values are being added within the cout expression formation.

Suggested Filename(s): intinput2.cpp, input2.cpp, inputwoc.cpp


CSKC| Created: 14-Dec-2017 | Updated: 31-Aug-2018|

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