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Problem Statement - Output writing using structure copy and strcat use

struct Employee{double salary,hra;};
void change(Employee &a,double h=100)
int main() 
  Employee A={5000,2000};
  cout<<"Initial Payment  = "<<A.salary+A.hra<<endl;
  cout<<"After 1st Change = "<<A.salary+A.hra<<endl;   
  cout<<"After 2nd Change = "<<A.salary+A.hra<<endl;
  return 0; 

Write the output of the above program. Assume that required header files are present.


TC++ #7691


Run Output

Initial Payment  = 7000
After 1st Change = 8500
After 2nd Change = 9600

Employee A={5000,2000};
cout<<“Initial Payment = “<<A.salary+A.hra<<endl;
Initial value directly read from structure and added as 5000+2000 as 7000
This will pass structure and value 500 to change function which will add 1000 to salary and 500 to hra making it 6000 and 2500 respectively.
cout<<“After 1st Change = “<<A.salary+A.hra<<endl;
Value printed now would be 6000+2500 as 8500.
This will pass structure and default value 100 to change function which will add 1000 to salary and 100 to hra making it 7000 and 2600 respectively.
cout<<“After 2nd Change = “<<A.salary+A.hra<<endl;
Value printed now would be 7000+2600 as 9600.


CSKC| Created: 20-Feb-2020 | Updated: 20-Feb-2020|

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