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fuction to divide by three


 Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
number by 3.
   itoa() function is available

rajm2@gmail.com writes:
>  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> number by 3.

Do your own homework.

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In article <1180189817.862810.237@r19g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,

 rajm2@gmail.com wrote:
>  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> number by 3.
>    itoa() function is available

Who needs itoa()? Assuming integer division and only positive inputs,
it's trivial, although not precisely efficient, or necessarily fast, to
simply do repetitive subtraction.

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In article <hbf.20070526u@bombur.uio.no>,
 Hallvard B Furuseth <h.b.furus@usit.uio.no> wrote:

> rajm2@gmail.com writes:
> >  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> > number by 3.

> Do your own homework.

Hey! I just had a great idea... Let's see if this one gets him dinged:

int DivBy3(int x)
  {
     int q;

     for (q=0;x>2;x-=3,q++);
     return q;
   }

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rajm2@gmail.com wrote:

> Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> number by 3.
>    itoa() function is available

   d = 0;
   while ((a -= 3) > 0) d++;

(I think this is such as not to be assumed the poor students work)

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In article <4658774B.ED13E@yahoo.com>,

 CBFalconer <cbfalco@yahoo.com> wrote:
> rajm2@gmail.com wrote:

> > Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> > number by 3.
> >    itoa() function is available

>    d = 0;
>    while ((a -= 3) > 0) d++;

> (I think this is such as not to be assumed the poor students work)

Heh... GMTA :)

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CBFalconer said:

> rajm2@gmail.com wrote:

>> Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
>> number by 3.
>>    itoa() function is available

>    d = 0;
>    while ((a -= 3) > 0) d++;

> (I think this is such as not to be assumed the poor students work)

Since the itoa function is available, wouldn't it be simpler to use:

result_of_division_by_3 = itoa(n);

Of course, this assumes that itoa divides its numeric input by 3, but
that's not an unreasonable assumption, given the question text.

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On 2007-05-26 07:30:18 -0700, rajm2@gmail.com said:

>  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> number by 3.
>    itoa() function is available

Here ya' go; enjoy:

#include <stdbool.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <complex.h>

int divide(int n, unsigned d)
{
        int j,l;
        for(j=0;j<d;j-=(int)cpow(I,2));
        {
                int k=0;
                if(n>=0) for(k=n,l=0;k>=j;k-=j,++l);
                else for(k=-n,l=0;k>=j;k-=j,--l);
        }

        return l;

}

int divide_by_3(int i)
{
        return divide(i, 3);

}

int main()
{
        int i;

        while(true)
        {
                printf("Enter a number (enter a non-number to quit): ");
                fflush(stdout);

                if(scanf("%d", &i) != 1)
                {
                        return 0;
                }
                else
                {
                        printf("%d / 3 == %d\n", i, divide_by_3(i));
                }
        }

}

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On May 26, 3:30 pm, rajm2@gmail.com wrote:

>  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> number by 3.
>    itoa() function is available

double divide_by_3 (double x) {
  return x > 0.0 ? exp (log (x) - log (3.0)) :
         x < 0.0 ? -exp (log (-x) - log (3.0)) : x;

rajm2@gmail.com wrote On 05/26/07 10:30,:

>  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> number by 3.
>    itoa() function is available

        #include <stdlib.h>
        int divideBy3(int aNumber) {
            div_t d = div(aNumber, 3);
            return d.quot;
        }

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rajm2@gmail.com wrote:

>  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> number by 3.
>    itoa() function is available

Untested:

int DivideByThree(int number)
    {
    char mybuf[64];
    sprintf(mybuf,"exit `expr %d / 3`",number);
    return( system(mybuf) );
    }

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On May 28, 3:15 pm, "christian.bau" <christian.@cbau.wanadoo.co.uk>
wrote:

> On May 26, 3:30 pm, rajm2@gmail.com wrote:

> >  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> > number by 3.
> >    itoa() function is available

> double divide_by_3 (double x) {
>   return x > 0.0 ? exp (log (x) - log (3.0)) :
>          x < 0.0 ? -exp (log (-x) - log (3.0)) : x;
> }

I like this one.  I do see a minor problem for x == 0.
On May 29, 11:21 am, user923005 <dcor@connx.com> wrote:

> On May 28, 3:15 pm, "christian.bau" <christian.@cbau.wanadoo.co.uk>
> wrote:

> > On May 26, 3:30 pm, rajm2@gmail.com wrote:

> > >  Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a
> > > number by 3.
> > >    itoa() function is available

> > double divide_by_3 (double x) {
> >   return x > 0.0 ? exp (log (x) - log (3.0)) :
> >          x < 0.0 ? -exp (log (-x) - log (3.0)) : x;
> > }

> I like this one.  I do see a minor problem for x == 0.

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