1. Consider the following C program int ram float alpha, gamma
ram = 6400
alpha = 0.562
gamma = alpha ram + 1 Now consider the following statements about this program ram is an integer variablealpha, gamma are real variables, + are arithmetic operators0.562 may be an integer constant or real constant Which of the above are correct?





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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.02 am
    0.562 is not an integer constant.
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