The following program fragment int m=n=b=8; char wer[80]; sprintf(wer, "%d%d%d", m, n, b,); puts (wer): 1. prints the string 8 8 8 2. prints the null string 3. prints the string m, n, b 4. none of these

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  • Mar 15th, 2007

Correct ans is 1. sprintf is same as printf except it stores a output to the buffer(here wer). we can say that it is opposite to atoi().

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  • Mar 20th, 2007

ans is 4 coz n and b are undecalred. first declare them and the assign the vaue. so in the code u will get error.

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