Program to representing a length Using a structure


#define INCHES_PER_FOOT 12
#define FEET_PER_YARD 3

struct Length
unsigned int yards;
unsigned int feet;
unsigned int inches;

struct Length add(struct Length first, struct Length second);
void show(struct Length length);

int main(void)
char answer = 'n';
struct Length length;
struct Length total = { 0,0,0};
int i = 0;
printf("Enter a length in yards, feet, and inches: ");
scanf(" %d %d %d", &length.yards, &length.feet, &length.inches);
total = add(total,length);
printf("Do you want to enter another(y or n)?: ");
scanf(" %c", &answer);
}while(tolower(answer) == 'y');
printf("The total of all the lengths is: ");
return 0;

struct Length add(struct Length first, struct Length second)
unsigned long inches = 0;
struct Length sum;
inches = first.inches + second.inches+
sum.inches = inches%INCHES_PER_FOOT;
sum.feet = inches/INCHES_PER_FOOT;
sum.yards = sum.feet/FEET_PER_YARD;
sum.feet %= FEET_PER_YARD;
return sum;

void show(struct Length length)
printf("%d yards %d feet %d inches", length.yards,length.feet, length.inches);

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