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need simple code to print pair numbers and odd numbers from a previous inserted numbers

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need simple code to print pair numbers and odd numbers from a previous inserted numbers
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Question by:paStiSSet
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by:jkr
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int numbers [] = { ... };

for ( int i = 0; i < sizeof ( numbers); ++i) {

  if ( numbers [ i] % 2) {

      printf ( "%d is odd\n", numbers [ i]);

  } else {

      printf ( "%d is even\n", numbers [ i]);
  }
}
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by:paStiSSet
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ok is right, so i'm not looking for a code wich has the numbers inserted in the code, the numbers will be inserted by the user who runs the program :)
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#include <iostream>
using namspace std;

int n;

 cout << "Enter a number: ";
 cin >> n;

 if ( n % 2) {

     cout << n " is odd\n" << endl;

 } else {

     cout << n " is even\n" << endl;
 }

:o)
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by:tinchos
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Hey paStiSSet

I don't believe that there is any reason to post the same question in 2 different areas

http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/C/Q_20775992.html
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