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  • Partner Demo: Integrating Turing's Craft Exercises

    Now it's easier than ever to integrate our exercises (like the one below) into other content.

    Try One!
    EXERCISE: Assume that an integer array named a has been declared and initialized. Write a C++ statement that adds 10 to the first element of the array.

    Before you read further-- try the above exercise! Type in an answer (right or wrong) and click submit.

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        <TD>
          <font face=arial size=2 color=black>
            <B>EXERCISE:</B>
            Assume that an integer array named <code>a</code>
            has been declared and initialized. Write a
            <b>C++ statement</b> that adds <code>10</code>
            to the <b>first</b> element of the array.
          </font>
          <FORM TARGET=_blank METHOD=POST
                    ACTION=https://codelab3.turingscraft.com/codelab/jsp/thinex.jsp>
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            <INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT>
            <TEXTAREA NAME=submission COLS=66>
            </TEXTAREA>
          </FORM>
    </TD></TR></TABLE>
    
    


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