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1)writte a pseudocode to accept to string from the user.Compare both of them and display a message indicating whether the string are equal or not.
2)how do we join two string.
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by:alexo
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According to our agreement with EE, we cannot do ther people homework (not to mention it would be unethical).  We can however answer SPECIFIC questions.  So why don't you try to do it yourself and if you get stuck we'll try to help.
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by:joy007
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i agree with your point of view...thanks for the advise
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by:The_Brain
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delete the question and you will get fully refunded.
in case you dont know psuedocode is the english of programming, not a language but desrcibing what should happen.

like

reads user input
preccesses it through a calculation 4*x
displays the answer.

something similar to this.
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viktornet earned 400 total points
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Here is how this can be done...

Joining strings....

char *str1 = "Hello ", *str2 = "World";
strcat(str1, str2);

when you do...

cout << str1; the output should be "Hello World" without the quotes...

As far as reading a comparing strings here is an example program...

int main()
{
  char str1[10], str2[10]; //You could also have a pointer to the string...
  cout << "Please enter a string ==> ";
  cin >> str1; //You can also use gets(str1); instead of cin >> str1;
  cout << "Please enter another string ==> ";
  cin >> str2; //Same goes for this one...
  if(!strcmp(str1, str2))
    cout << "Wow, the strings you entered are the same";
  else
    cout << "The strings you entered are different";
  return 0;
}

That's about it. If you need more help please say so. Hope this helps!

Cheers,
Viktor
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by:nietod
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viktor, this is a school assignment.  We can provide limited help on an assingment.  Help them to reach the answer, don't give it to them.  
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by:viktornet
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Oh sorry... I am a beginner my self and that's why when I see a question that I'm capable of asnwering I answer it and most of the time I learn something new, because most of the time I have to a research. This one was easy, but anyone. I'll try not to do it again.

Regards,
Viktor Ivanov
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by:alexo
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Viktor, it also helps reading previous comments...

>>  am a beginner my self [...]
Dobro pozhalovat.
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by:viktornet
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Zdravei Alexo ;o)

Sorry Alexo... I read the comments and I answered it anyway, but that's not the point...

btw- I'm not Russian even though I understand some of it...

Cheers,
Viktor
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by:viktornet
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oh, and that's not an excuse... I really am a beginner in C++...
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by:alexo
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>> I'm not Russian even though I understand some of it
Inanov sounds russian...

>> oh, and that's not an excuse... I really am a beginner in C++...
Don't worry about it, everybony is allowed one mistake.  Then we shoot them.
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by:viktornet
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>>Inanov sounds russian...

Well, it's a Bulgarian name also ;-)

>>Don't worry about it, everybony is allowed one mistake.  Then we shoot them.

Ok, I'll look out for that one :)

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