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Program reads 4 values a, b, c, and d and evaluates the ratio of (a+b) to (c-d) and prints the result, if c-d is not equal to zero using if statement

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Program reads four values a, b, c, and d from the terminal and evaluates the ratio of (a+b) to (c-d) and prints the result, if c-d is not equal to zero using if statement.

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main()                                                      
   {                                                           
       int a, b, c, d;                                         
       float ratio;                                            
                                                               
       printf("Enter four integer values\n");                  
       scanf("%d %d %d %d", &a, &b, &c, &d);                   
                                                               
       if (c-d  != 0)  /* Execute statement block */
{ ratio = (float)(a+b)/(float)(c-d); printf("Ratio = %f\n", ratio); } } Output Enter four integer values 12 23 34 45 Ratio = -3.181818 Enter four integer values 12 23 34 34
  
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