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#include
#include
#include

#define SIZE 10
#define BOUND (SIZE * SIZE)

int main(int argc, char **argv) {
/* We run the program with one number as command line argument and use it as a seed
* for the random number generator. */
srand(strtoul(argv[1], NULL, 10));
int data[SIZE];
/* We randomly generate 10 numbers in the range [0, 100) and store them in data. */
for (int i = 0; i < SIZE; ++i)
data[i] = rand() % BOUND;
int nb_of_odd_numbers = 0;
int nb_of_numbers_at_least_equal_to_50 = 0;
int min = BOUND - 1;
int max = 0;
int gap = 0;
int inversions = 0;


/***********Missing code here************/

for (int i = 0; i < SIZE; ++i)
printf("%4d", data[i]);
printf("\n contains ");
nb_of_odd_numbers > 1 ?
printf("%d odd numbers,\n contains ", nb_of_odd_numbers) :
nb_of_odd_numbers ?
printf("1 odd number only,\n contains ") :
printf("no odd number at all,\n contains ");
nb_of_numbers_at_least_equal_to_50 > 1 ?
printf("%d numbers at least equal to 50, and\n ", nb_of_numbers_at_least_equal_to_50) :
nb_of_numbers_at_least_equal_to_50 ?
printf("1 number at least equal to 50 only, and\n ") :
printf("no number at least equal to 50 at all, and\n ");
printf("has %d as minimal value and %d as maximal value.\n", min, max);
printf("The maximal gap between two successive numbers is %d.\n", gap);
printf("There are %d occurrences of pairs of numbers (x, y) with x > y.\n", inversions);
return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}
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the output should looke something like this:


Sample outputs
$ a.out 0
30 91 15 72 61 41 10 37 98 41
contains 6 odd numbers,
contains 4 numbers at least equal to 50, and
has 10 as minimal value and 98 as maximal value.
The maximal gap between two successive numbers is 76.
There are 22 occurrences of pairs of numbers (x, y) with x > y.
$ a.out 1
7 49 73 58 30 72 44 78 23 9
contains 5 odd numbers,
contains 4 numbers at least equal to 50, and
has 7 as minimal value and 78 as maximal value.
The maximal gap between two successive numbers is 55.
There are 24 occurrences of pairs of numbers (x, y) with x > y.
$ a.out 2
14 98 99 16 13 44 88 9 99 71
contains 5 odd numbers,
contains 5 numbers at least equal to 50, and
has 9 as minimal value and 99 as maximal value.
The maximal gap between two successive numbers is 90.
There are 21 occurrences of pairs of numbers (x, y) with x > y.
$ a.out 3
21 47 25 27 43 16 32 40 75 33
contains 7 odd numbers,
contains 1 number at least equal to 50 only, and
has 16 as minimal value and 75 as maximal value.
The maximal gap between two successive numbers is 42.
There are 16 occurrences of pairs of numbers (x, y) with x > y.
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