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Write a program in C++ that can be used to read in two integers values through the keyboard, pass them as parameter to a function named sum() and computes their total and returns their result which is then output appropriately.
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Updated 13-Aug-10 22:25pm
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Emilio Garavaglia 14-Aug-10 3:46am    
Reason for my vote of 1
homework
Sandeep Mewara 14-Aug-10 3:53am    
Reason for my vote of 1
1. No Effort
2. Homework

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#include<iostream>
Int sum(int,inti);
Int main()
{
Int x,y,add;
X=20;
Y=50;
Add=sum(x,y);
Cout"The sum is:"<<add<<endl;
Return 0;
}
Int sum(intx,inty);
{
Intz;
Z=x+y;
Return y;
}
 
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Niklas L 14-Aug-10 8:12am    
C++ is case sensitive. Int is not the same as int. Looks like you used Microsoft Word as editor.

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