November 17th, 2012, 09:44 PM
The program seems to print out the s and c values for every integer up until n, including n, but I only want to print out the values of s and c for n. Any help with this problem?
printf("%d %d\n", s,c)
November 17th, 2012, 10:09 PM
%d is to output a decimal integer. s and c are not integers, but rather double (double precision floating-point). Their internal formats are completely different. You are telling the compiler to misrepresent floating-point values as if they were integer, the results of which is incomprehensible garbage.
%f and %g are used for floating point. You should also consider using them in the scanf, since you are now telling scanf to store an integer value in the memory location of a double, thus immediately turning the input value into instant garbage as the program will thereafter misinterpret that integer as a floating-point value, a really messed up one. Garbage in, raised to the garbage power, rehashed as new garbage on the way out ... you've got a real mess on your hands there.
So input and output those floating-point values as floating-point. After you've gotten that corrected, then come back with more questions.