C program for diviser, C/C++ Programming


C Program for DIVISER

 

void main()

{

          int result,number,min;

          clrscr();

          printf("ENTER THE NUMBER=");

          flushall();

          scanf("%d",&number);

          min=1;

          while (min<=number)

          {

                   result=number%min;

                   if(result==0)

                   {

                             printf("THE NUMBER IS DIVISIBLE BY=%d\n",min);

                   }

                   min=min+1;

          }

          getch();

}

OUTPUT :

 ENTER THE NO: 10

THE NO IS DIVISIBLE BY : 1

THE NO IS DIVISIBLE BY : 2

THE NO IS DIVISIBLE BY : 5

THE NO IS DIVISIBLE BY : 10

 

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