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You need to write a program that: 1. Reads an integer N from the console. 2. If the number N is greater than 0, then the program reads an additional N integers. 3. Print the numbers to the console. If N is odd, display them in the order in which there were entered. Otherwise, display them in reverse
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ABHISHEK PANDEY
Level 8 , Mumbai , India
14 September, 16:04
Not able to understand problem clearly. If sample examples were there it will be much helpful
Attila Kiss
Level 6 , Hungary
27 September, 21:21
it shall work like this: you open a console, whick reads a number, you type in, its declared as "N". that number will be the lenght of your new array. then you need to store "N" many numbers read from the console in that new array. So if your first number was 5 - the console should read 5 more numbers, and store them in your new array. The order of the numbers depends on if they are even or odd. Once they are stored at the right index, they shall be printed in new lines. for example you enter: 5 - that will be "N". becasue its an odd number, the followin numbers will stored in normal order: 1 @ index 0 2 @ index 1 3 @ index 2 4 @ index 3 5 @ index 4 And then just print all these numbers - expected output is: 1 2 3 4 5 . If "N" was 4 it would look like this: Input: 1 2 3 4 Output: 4 3 2 1
Attila Kiss
Level 6 , Hungary
27 September, 21:24
I agree tho, the hardest part of these excercises is to understand what is expected. Samples would be great.
Chrizzly
Level 5 , Earth, Germany
13 August, 17:16
...am I the only dumb one here, who doesn't find the solution on the first run? 😅