There are three integers x, y and z (each of them >= 1) and a given upper bound integer n < 10^6. Also, n = x + y + z and output = cos(x) + cos(y) + cos(z).

## Why does double in C print fewer decimal digits than C++?

I have this code in C where I've declared 0.1 as double.This is what it prints, a is 0.10000000000000001000000000000000000000000000000000000000

## Integer divisions of a number

How do I split a number into equal parts or as close to equal as possible. See example below: If I have a value of 61 that i want to distribute between two groups, it would be 30.5 and 30.5. Doubles (decimals) are no good, so in this regard the...

## parsing/converting task with characters and numbers within

It is necessary to repeat the character, as many times as the number behind it. They are positive integer numbers.

## Is there a way to write a large number in C++ source code with spaces to make it more readable? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here:Imagine I have the code:The above will not compile as the compiler will complain about the spaces. Is it possible to indicate to C++ to ommit those spaces when compiling, or otherwise make the number easier to read?

## How to show certain numbers from an Array in Java?

I want to single out only positive numbers in one line and only negative numbers in one line, but they only show one by one with the text. Here's my code: