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Take as input a natural number, say n. Output all subsets of {1,2,...,n}.
You cannot use functions or recursion.
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Write a program to read a sequence of non-zero integers till the number zero is entered and at the end display the following:
a) the number of even and odd numbers,
b) sum of all the numbers entered,
c) the length and starting index (or position) of a largest subsequence of consecutive non-decreasing integers entered. Assume that the index of the numbers start from 1.
For example, if the user input is 1 -2 3 17 9 5 -10 -12 0, then the output will be:
No. of even numbers: 3
No. of odd numbers: 5
Sum of the numbers: 11
Length of largest non-decreasing subsequence: 3
Starting index: 2
Note: Do not use arrays.
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TopNewesti got it @Agnishom Chattopadhyay

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Nice!

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Thanks @Agnishom Chattopadhyay Can u post a solution to Question no 1.

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Try answering the hint

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i need to submit my assignment now please post the answer Bro.

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I have increased the scope of your problems from C to all other languages by editing "C" out of the discussion.

Hint about 2: How do functions work? What is the underlying data structure that keeps track of where the execution should return to?

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Answer 2.

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