`for`

loop needs to be from `start`

to `end`

; I show it as inclusive of the `end`

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int RangeSum(int start, int end) { int i, sum=0; for (i = start; i <= end; i++) { if (i % 2 != 0) { sum = sum + i; } } return sum; }

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I have

Int RangeSum(int start, int end)

{

Int i, sum=0;

Some one can explained for me how I need to do this?

It should return the sum of odd numbers within the range

**What I have tried:**

I tried with for function but it’s doesn’t work, how I can convert it in if function? Or maybe have another way for beginners? Without scanf and printf

for (i=0; I<10; I++)

{

If (i%2!=0)

{

Sum=sum+i;

}

}

Return sum;

Int RangeSum(int start, int end)

{

Int i, sum=0;

Some one can explained for me how I need to do this?

It should return the sum of odd numbers within the range

I tried with for function but it’s doesn’t work, how I can convert it in if function? Or maybe have another way for beginners? Without scanf and printf

for (i=0; I<10; I++)

{

If (i%2!=0)

{

Sum=sum+i;

}

}

Return sum;

Your code is broadly correct, but all those capital letters in type and variable names will cause compilation errors. Also, your

`for`

loop needs to be from `start`

to `end`

; I show it as inclusive of the `end`

value.C++

int RangeSum(int start, int end) { int i, sum=0; for (i = start; i <= end; i++) { if (i % 2 != 0) { sum = sum + i; } } return sum; }

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I guess your code is this:

You want the sum of odds between

The problem is that you don't use those variables in the for loop.

Your for loop goes from 0 to 10, and you want the loop to go from

Solution should be rather easy.

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Int RangeSum(int start, int end) { Int i, sum=0; for (i=0; I<10; I++) { If (i%2!=0) { Sum=sum+i; } } Return sum; }

You want the sum of odds between

`start`

and `end`

.The problem is that you don't use those variables in the for loop.

Your for loop goes from 0 to 10, and you want the loop to go from

`start`

to `end`

.Solution should be rather easy.

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Richard MacCutchan
8-Dec-22 10:14am

All those capital letters are sure going to confuse the C compiler.

Patrice T
8-Dec-22 10:21am

Just copied code from question :) and gave hint about the solution.

Never meant to do all the work.

Never meant to do all the work.

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