3 like 0 dislike

You have received an encrypted message from Julius Caesar-- the message is ebiil.  You are asked to decipher the message in order to understand what Caesar trying to say to you.

Hint

Luckily, Caesar has given you a hint, he says: 'I, myself, encoded the message by shifting every word backwards by 3.' 

Solution

Write a program that receives 5 characters 'ebiil'. Then decode those characters into 5 new characters.

Example

#include <stdio.h>

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {


	char a;
    	char b;
	 	
	scanf("%c%c", &a, &b);
	
	//decode the message how??
	
	printf("%c%c", a,b);
	
	return 0;
}

Input

ebiil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Output

hello

** REMEMBER ** 
This is an online-compiler, don't put anything except the codes. If you want to make a comment, please use // or /* */

[Exercise] Coding (C) - asked in Chapter 2: Syntax structure of the C language by (5.9k points)
Available when: Unlimited - Due to: Unlimited

edited by | 332 views

22 Answers

0 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
* *** * * ** * *

int ** ** argc, char *** * * {
* * * ** * * * **** ** */

**** * * ** * int number;
*** * * ********* char a;
******* ** ** ** * *** * *** * * b;
* * * ** ***** * *** * * c;
* * * * * ** * * * d;
* *** ** **** **** * e;
** * * ** ** *****
* * *** * * forgert how to shift word * * * *** * *
* *** * * * * * * ** * ****** *** * * *** * * *** * * * ** *****
*** ** * *
* * * ** the message how??
** * * * *
** * * * *** ** * * ** ** * **
* * * * * * *
* * *** return 0;
}
100/100 answered by (449 points)
edited by
0 0
Case 0: Wrong output
Case 1: Wrong output
0 0
Case 0: Correct output
Case 1: Wrong output
0 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
* * ** * **

* * * * ** ** * {

*** * **
= ** ****
* * *
* = * *
= * * *
* = **

* = *
= *
= *
=

* * **
** ** **
** **
**
* ***

* * ******* ** *
100/100 answered by (153 points)
0 0
Case 0: Correct output
Case 1: Wrong output
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
#include ** * ** * *
#include ****** * * **

/* run this program using the console pauser or add your own getch, ** * ** ** * or input loop */

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
* * *** * * ** ** * a;
* *** * * *** ** * *** b;
* * **** *** * *** * * * * c;
* ** * *** *** * * d;
* *** * * * * * * e;
* ** * **** * * *
* * *** * * * * * **** * *** * the words you want to ***** *
*** * ****** **** ** **
*** ** ** * * ** * ** * = getchar();
***** * * ** * *** ** * = a+3;
* * ** ** * * **** * ** **
*** * ** ** * * * = getchar();
* * *** **** * * *** = b+3;
* ** ** * * **** * *
*** * ******** ** ** * = getchar();
****** *** ** * *** * = c+3;
**** * ***** ** *** * *
* ** * * * * ***** ** ** = getchar();
** * * *** ** **** = d+3;
* * ** * *** * ** *
**** ******** ** = getchar();
** ******* * ** ***** ** * = e+3;
**** * *** * ***** * * **
* * *** * * * ** * *** ** * *** ** * ****
* * ** *** ** ** * ** ** * ** * * ** ** * * &a, &b, &c, &d, * * **
* ** * * * ***** * * *
**** *** * ** **** * * the message how??
***** * ********* * * ** ** *
** ** *** ** ** * * *** * * * ** * a, b, c, d, e);
** * ** * ******** *
* *** * *** ***** 0;
}
100/100 answered by (281 points)
edited by
0 0
Your program receives only 2 characters, and it doesn't move characters' positions.

Try to make it receive 5 characters, and move their positions forward by 3.
0 0
This exercise expects only 'hello'. However, your code has.....

printf("Put the words you want to decode:");

Kindly consider delete this part :)
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
* * ** **** * * *
* ** * *** * ***** *

int * ** * * char * ** {
/*
**** *** */

*** *****

* ** * * * * * * * * * * * ***** * *
a = a+3;
b = **
c = ***
d = d+3;
e = **

*** the ** * *
* ** * * * **
*** **** ** * **** * *

* * ** ** **** ***
** * * ** * ** * * *** * 0;
}
100/100 answered by (273 points)
edited by
0 0
prog.c:28:1: error: unknown type name 'INPUT'
 INPUT
 ^~~~~
prog.c:32:1: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'OUTPUT'
 OUTPUT
 ^~~~~~
prog.c:32:1: error: unknown type name 'OUTPUT'
0 0
Your program can end at
  
    return 0;
}
------------------------------------------
You don't need to put

INPUT

ebiil

OUTPUT

hello
0 0
Case 0: Correct output
Case 1: Wrong output
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
* ** *** * * * *
* * ** *** * *** **

/* run this *** *** the * * * or add your own ** * * *** * *** * or */

int ** **** char * ** {
* *** * int num, **
** ****** * ** ** *
***** * * * *
**** ** * * * **** * *** ****
** * * * * * for * * = *** ** * ******
{
* * * * * * **** * = ** * *
* ** * * if **
*** ** ** *** * = * * ** ****
*** * ** ** * *********
}
*** ** ** * * **
* * ** * ** 0;
50/100 answered by (252 points)
0 0
prog.c: In function 'main':
prog.c:19:2: error: expected declaration or statement at end of input
  return 0;
  ^~~~~~
0 0
Great job using an array and a loop. There are two mistakes found in your code. Please check
1.     printf("\n\n%s", code);  <--- in order to make it match the fixed output '\n\n' should be deleted
2.     At the end of your code, there's something missing.
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
* * *** * ****
*
* * * * *** ** *

** * * * * * * * * * * ****** * * ** ** ** * **
*
* * ** ** * * * **

*** * *

*** *

** ** ******* * * ** * * *** * * * * *** * * * *******
*
* =
*
** * b +

= c +

= d +
*
* *
*
****** ** * ****** * * * * ***

*

100/100 answered by (268 points)
0 0
It's correct lol you can't judge me
0 0
Well, that's because your output doesn't match with the fixed answer. Please take a look at this
printf("%c%c%c%c%c\n", a1, b1, c1, d1, e1);

Hint: You should delete something  :)

By the way, great job.
0 0
printf("%c%c%c%c%c", a1, b1, c1, d1, e1);

How's that?
0 0
That's correct.
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
* *** * * *****
*** ** * ** *** **

int * argc, char * * {
* ** ** * * char ** *
** * *** char ** **
* *** ***** char * *
* * * *** char ***
****** **** char **
* ** ** * *
** * ** * *** * input the letter to * ** * *
* ** * *
*** * ** ** * ** * ***** * ******* * ** * *** * * * * ** * * **** * * *
** * * * * ** = * + 3;
* * *** ** * ** * * = * + 3;
** ** * * ** * * = * * + 3;
* * * * * letterc = * * + 3;
* * ** ** = * * + 3;
* * * **
** * *** * * ***** * * ** * **** * * *** ***
**** ** * *
* * * ** ** return 0;
}
100/100 answered
reshown by
0 0
-----------Re-judge-----------
Case 0: Wrong output
0 0
Nice, it is correct. You might be wondering why your automatically-generated score is 0.
That's because it expects its output to be only 'hello'. However, what your program showed was:
     Please input the letter to encode: ebiil
     hello

Anyway, great job. Full marks.
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
** * * * **
*** * * ** **

int * ** argc, char *argv[]) {
* * char ***
*** * * char letteri;
*** * **** char * **
*** * * char * * *
* ** * * ** char *******
* **
* * * ** * * * * * ** * input the letter to encode: * ** *** ***
** * **** **
* ** * ** ** * * * * ** * ** *** * *** * ** * * * ** * * * * * ******* ** **
* *** ** ** * +3;
* * * ***** *** +3;
**** * * ** ** *** ** * +3;
* * * ** * ***** * * +3;
** * *** *** * *** *** +3;
* * **
* ** ****
* * ** * ** * ** ******* * * * **** ** *** * ** * **
***** * **
** * * return 0;
}


INPUT
**** ***** *
** ***** **
OUTPUT
* **** ** ** *
100/100 answered by (269 points)
0 0
Nice, it is correct. You might be wondering why your automatically-generated score is 0.
That's because it expects its output to be only 'hello'. However, what your program showed was:
     Please input the letter to encode: ebiil
     hello

Also, it's an online compiler, if you want to make a comment don't forget to use //. For example, //input ebiil
//output hello

Anyway, great job. Full marks.
0 0
prog.c:27:1: error: unknown type name 'INPUT'
 INPUT
 ^~~~~
prog.c:30:1: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'OUTPUT'
 OUTPUT
 ^~~~~~
prog.c:30:1: error: unknown type name 'OUTPUT'
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
*** * ***** ****
* * * * *** *

int ** * argc, char ***** {
** * ** *** ** char * **
* *** *** char
** ** ***** char ***
** * * * * char *
*** *** ** ** char ***
*** *** ***
* * * * * * * * ** ** input the * * to ** **** * * * * **
**** * * ***
* *** * *** * **** * * * * * * ** ** * * *** * ** * ** * * * ** * * ** ** ** *
**** ***
****** * *** letter = letter + 3;
*** * * * * **** = * + 3;
*** * * ******* * = ** + 3;
* **** * ** ** * = **** + 3;
*** * * * = **** + 3;
** * * * * *
** ** * * * ** * * * * ** letter is ** * * * * * * * *** * * *** * * ** **
***** ** *
** * * **** ** return 0;
}

INPUT
* * ** **** * ****
* ** ** *
* *
* ** ******* *
100/100 answered by (290 points)
reshown by
0 0
Nice, it is correct. You might be wondering why your automatically-generated score is 0.
That's because it expects its output to be only 'hello'. However, what your program showed was:
     Please input the letter to encode: ebiil
     The encrypted letter is hello

Also, it's an online compiler, if you want to make a comment don't forget to use //. For example, //input ebiil
//output hello

Anyway, great job. Full marks.
0 0
prog.c:26:1: error: unknown type name 'INPUT'
 INPUT
 ^~~~~
prog.c:29:1: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'OUTPUT'
 OUTPUT
 ^~~~~~
prog.c:29:1: error: unknown type name 'OUTPUT'
1 like 0 dislike
Hidden content!
#include * * * * *** *

int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
* ** ** * * * * ** * * lettera;
* **** * * * * ** * *** letterb;
*** **** *** * ** * * * letterc;
**** ** **** ** * * * letterd;
*** * * * ** * * lettere;
* * * ** * ****** * ***
*** * * * *** ** *** * *** %c %c %c *** ** * * *** ***** * * * ** *** * * ** * * *
** * * ****** *** *** = lettera + 3;
** * * * * * ** **** = letterb + 3;
** * ** * ***** = letterc + 3;
** * ** * ** *** = letterd + 3;
** * * * * * ** * ** ** ** * = lettere + 3;
** * * ***** * *** ** ** **** ** ** * *
* * * ** ** * ** * * * * * *** * * %c %c %c * * ** * * letterb, * **** * * *
** * * * * **** *
* * ** * * ** ***** ** *** 0;
}

*
* **
* * *
*
//hello
100/100 answered by (271 points)
edited by
0 0
Nice, it is correct. You might be wondering why your automatically-generated score is 0.
That's because it expects its output to be only 'hello'. However, what your program showed was:
     Please input the letter to encode: e b i i l
     h e l l o

Also, it's an online compiler, if you want to make a comment don't forget to use //. For example, //input ebiil
//output hello

Anyway, great job. Full marks.
0 0
prog.c:25:1: error: unknown type name 'INPUT'
 INPUT
 ^~~~~
prog.c:28:1: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'OUTPUT'
 OUTPUT
 ^~~~~~
prog.c:28:1: error: unknown type name 'OUTPUT'
0 0
prog.c: In function 'main':
prog.c:10:5: warning: implicit declaration of function 'scanf' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
     scanf("%c %c %c %c %c", &lettera, &letterb, &letterc, &letterd, &lettere);
     ^~~~~
prog.c:10:5: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function 'scanf'
prog.c:10:5: note: include '<stdio.h>' or provide a declaration of 'scanf'
prog.c:17:5: warning: implicit declaration of function 'printf' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
     printf("%c %c %c %c %c", lettera, letterb, letterc, letterd, lettere);
     ^~~~~~
prog.c:17:5: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function 'printf'
prog.c:17:5: note: include '<stdio.h>' or provide a declaration of 'printf'
Get it on Google Play Welcome to Peer-Interaction Programming Learning System (PIPLS) LTLab, National DongHwa University
English 中文 Tiếng Việt
IP:172.69.62.172
©2016-2020

Related questions

0 like 0 dislike
2 answers
[Normal] Essay (Open question) - asked Dec 12, 2017 in Chapter 2: Syntax structure of the C language by 許哲瑋 (449 points)
Available when: Unlimited - Due to: Unlimited
| 53 views
10,769 questions
120,689 answers
112,784 comments
3,802 users