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I need help with verbal discription
This is my first assignment
I have no idea how to do it[^]

What I have tried:

I don't know how to do it myself and I have to do it by tomorrow
Updated 14-Sep-22 12:28pm

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Start by indenting the code correctly so it is readable before you go any further. Then look at each line and check back in your course notes. This isn't complicated - just bad code - so it shouldn't take you more than half an hour or so, even if you are nearly a complete beginner.
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First of all, it makes sense to type the code or OCR it into text.
The include file <iostream.h> indicates that a non-standard or outdated compiler was used. The variable o is not used, which usually causes a warning. The condition (a>0 && a%2 == 0) plays a central role and is met for a=6, 2 and 4.
The final output would be 483.
If you want to investigate it yourself I recommend to compile the source code and look at it line by line with a debugger. Alternatively, you can of course look at the code line by line. However, since the code is written very unclearly, this becomes more difficult.
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