This program creates a simple arithmetic calculator using if-else statements. It takes two numbers and an operator from the user as input and then performs the chosen operation on those numbers.
Program: Arithmetic calculator in C
In the 8th line of the program, unlike other operators, the ‘%’ operator is passed using character conversion. That is because in a string in C, % expects the flag character, field width, precision, length modifier, or the conversion specifier. So this is also how to print % in C.
Output: Calculator using if-else in C
Enter two numbers: 35 71 Enter an operator (+, -, *, /, %): + The sum is: 106
Calculator using switch-case statements in C is here.
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