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# Accenture Coding Question 8

## Coding Question 8

You are required to implement the following function, Int OperationChoices(int c, int n, int a , int b )

The function accepts 3 positive integers ‘a’ , ‘b’ and ‘c ‘ as its arguments. Implement the function to return.

• ( a+ b ) , if c=1
• ( a + b ) , if c=2
• ( a * b ) ,  if c=3
• (a / b) ,  if c =4

Assumption :

All operations will result in integer output.

Example:

• Input
• c :1
• a:12
• b:16
• Output:
• Since ‘c’=1 , (12+16) is performed which is equal to 28 , hence 28 is returned.

Sample Input

c : 2

a : 16

b : 20

Sample Output

-4

#include<stdio.h>

int operationChoices(int c, int a , int b)

{

if(c==1)

{

return a + b;

}

else if(c==2)

{

return a - b;

}

else if(c==3)

{

return a * b;

}

else if(c==4)

{

return a / b;

}

}

int main()

{

int x, y, z;

int result;

scanf("%d",&x);

scanf("%d",&y);

scanf("%d",&z);

result = operationChoices(x, y, z);

printf("%d",result);

}
Output:
2
16
20
-4
def operationChoices(c,a,b):

if c == 1 :

return(a+b)

elif c == 2:

return(a-b)

elif c == 3:

return(a*b)

else:

return(a//b)

c,a,b = map(int,input().split())
print(operationChoices(c, a, b))
Output:
2 16 12 20
-4