How to check Armstrong Number in C++ | C++ Tutorials For Beginners 29
How to check the Armstrong number in C ++:
The Armstrong number is a number equal to the sum of the cubes of its digits. For example, 0, 1, 153, 370, 371 and 407 are the Armstrong numbers. Let's try to understand why 371 is an Armstrong number.
Reading list of C ++ tutorials for beginners:
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Variables and data types in C ++:
Floating and double variables in C ++:
Char data type in C ++:
String data types in C ++:
User input in C ++:
How to get a full line entry in a string in C ++:
If Else Statement in C ++:
Average and percentage program in C ++:
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Odd even program in C ++:
How to make a calculator in C ++:
Nested statement otherwise in C ++:
Switching instructions in C ++:
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Increment and decrement operators in C ++:
For Loop in C ++:
This video is very useful for beginners to improve their conditional thinking and learn how the if, if else and if else-if conditions work in c ++ programming.
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C ++ programming is one of the great programming languages and C ++ is also one of the fastest high-level programming languages.
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