Answer to Question #39047 in C++ for Kerry

Question #39047
Hi there! i am a newbie in C++. So i have these simple lines of codes written down: when i run the program i get this (" Find: 0 "): before typing any number... My question is: where is 0 coming from? ]#./math Find: 0 3 1 3 5 ]# #include<iostream> using namespace std; int An, n, number, r=1; int main (void) { cout << "Find "<<number<<" "; cin>>number; for (int n=1;n<=number; n++ ) { An = n+(n-1)*r; cout <<" "<<An<<" \n"; } }
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Expert's answer
2014-03-04T11:04:08-0500
Answer:
the zero is coming from number variable:
cout << "Find " << number << " ";

As the number variable is not initialized you will see:
1) in Debug mode - 0
2) in Release mode - some unknown number

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