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BIGGER NUMBER


 Q1Write a C program to print "Bigger number" out of the three?


 Using nested if:


 #include<conio.h>                     
 #include<stdio.h>                      
 void main()                                 
 {                                                 
 //bigger number                         
 int a=20,b=405,c=78;                
 clrscr();                                      
 if(a>b)                                        
 {                                                 
 if(a>c)                                        
 {                                                 
 printf("\nthe bigger no.=%d",a); 
 }                                                 
 else                                            
 {                                                 
 printf("\nthe bigger no.=%d",c); 
 }                                                 
 }                                                 
 else if(b>c)                                 
 {                                                 
 printf("\nthe bigger no.=%d",b); 
 }                                                 
 else                                            
 {                                                 
 printf("\nthe bigger no.=%d",c); 
 }                                                 
 getch();                                      
 }  

 Using && :

 #include<conio.h>                          
 #include<stdio.h>                           
 void main()                                    
 {                                                     
 //bigger number                             
 int a=20,b=405,c=78;                  
 clrscr();                                          
 if(a>b && a>c)                               
 {                                                     
 printf("\n\nthe bigger no.=%d",a);  
 }                                                    
 else if(b>a && b>c)                       
 {                                                    
 printf("\n\nthe bigger no.=%d",b); 
 }                                                    
 else                                               
 {                                                    
 printf("\n\nthe bigger no.=%d",c); 
 }                                                    
 getch();                                         
 }                                                    

***********************************************************************************


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