2. Write a personality literal representing acomma. 3. create a character literal representing the digit – 4. Declare a character variable called c. 5. Calculate the common (as a double) associated with valuescontained

within the integer variables num1, num2, num3 and assign thataverage to

the dual adjustable avg. Believe the factors num1, num2, and num3

havebeen declared and allocated values, as well as the adjustable

avgdeclared. 6. Provided two integer factors length and rate , compose an

appearance that divides length by rate utilizing floating-point

arithmetic, in other words. a fractionalresult must be created. 7. offered an integer adjustable drivingAge which has had alreadybeen

declared, compose a declaration that assigns the worth 17 to drivingAge

. 8. offered two integer factors oldRecord and newRecord , compose

a declaration that provides newRecord thesame price that oldRecord

features. 9. offered two integer factors matricAge and gradAge , compose a

declaration that provides gradAge a valuethat is 4 significantly more than the worth

of matricAge. 10. Provided an integer adjustable bridgePlayers , compose astatement

that escalates the worth of that adjustable by 4. 11. Provided an integer adjustable earnings , compose astatement that

escalates the worth of that adjustable by one factor of 10 . 12. offered two int factors, i and j , whichhave already been announced

and initialized, as well as 2 various other intvariables, itemp and jtemp ,

which were announced,write some signal that swaps the values in i

and j bycopying their particular values to itemp and jtemp correspondingly,and

after that copying itemp and jtemp to j and irespectively. 13. Provided three currently declared int factors, i , j , and

temp , compose some signal that swaps thevalues in i and j . Utilize temp

to put on the worth of i and designate j ‘s price to i . The

originalvalue of i , that was conserved in temp , are now able to beassigned

to j . 14. Provided two int factors, firstPlaceWinnerand

secondPlaceWinner , compose some signal that swaps theirvalues. Declare

any extra factors as required.

1. create a personality literal representing the (upper situation)letter

A .

‘A’

2. create a personality literal representing acomma.

‘,’

3. create a personality literal representing the digit –

‘1’

4. Declare a personality variable called c.

char c;

5. determine the common (as a two fold) associated with valuescontained in

the integer variables num1, num2, num3 and assign thataverage to

the dual adjustable avg.

Believe the factors num1, num2, and num3 havebeen

announced and assigned values, as well as the adjustable avgdeclared.

avg=(dual)(num1+num2+num3) /3.0 ;

6. offered two integer factors length and rate , compose an

appearance that divides length by rate utilizing floating-point

arithmetic, in other words. a fractionalresult must be created.

(float) length /(float) rate;

7. offered an integer adjustable drivingAge which has had alreadybeen

declared, compose a declaration that assigns the worth 17 to drivingAge

.

drivingAge=17;

8. offered two integer factors oldRecord and newRecord , compose a

declaration that provides newRecord thesame price that oldRecord

features.

newRecord=oldRecord;

9. offered two integer factors matricAge and gradAge , compose a

declaration that provides gradAge a valuethat is 4 significantly more than the worth

of matricAge.

gradeAge=matricAge+4;

10. offered an integer adjustable bridgePlayers , compose astatement

that escalates the worth of that adjustable by 4.

bridgePlayers=bridgePlayers+4;

11. Provided an integer adjustable earnings , compose astatement that

escalates the worth of that adjustable by one factor of 10 .

profits=profits *10

12. offered two int factors, i and j , whichhave already been announced

and initialized, as well as 2 various other intvariables, itemp and jtemp ,

which were announced,write some signal that swaps the values in i

and j bycopying their particular values to itemp and jtemp correspondingly,and

after that copying itemp and jtemp to j and irespectively.

itemp=i;

jtemp=j;

i=jtemp;

j=itemp;

13. Provided three currently declared int factors, i , j , and temp

, compose some signal that swaps thevalues in i and j . Utilize temp to

contain the worth of i and designate j ‘s price to i . The

originalvalue of i , that was conserved in temp , are now able to beassigned

to j .

temp=i;

i=j;

j=temp;

14. offered two int factors, firstPlaceWinnerand

secondPlaceWinner , compose some signal that swaps theirvalues. Declare

any extra factors as required.

int temp;

temp=firstPlaceWinner;

firstPlaceWinner=secondPlaceWinner;

secondPlaceWinner=temp;