Write a complete C/C++ program for the following tasks

i. Create two arrays named intArray[] and squareArray[] with a user defined size.

ii. The intArray[] should accept positive integer values from the user.

iii. squareArray[] should have the square value of the corresponding element of the

intArray[]. Use pointer arithmetic and pointers to functions techniques in order to

write your program.

eg:- intArray[] = {3,4, 5}

squareArray[] = { 9,16,25}

iv. Display both the arrays.

Write a complete C++ program introducing functions for each task listed below. You are

supposed to use arguments passed by value technique in order to write the program.

i. To input a sentence with more than 20 characters and less than 100 characters.

ii. To replace each first letter character (given in lower case) of a word to upper

case in any given sentence and display the new sentence.

iii. To count the number of characters in the string and display the count.

iv. To find whether any word in the sentence occurs multiple times. If so display Yes

and if not No.

Write a complete C/C++ program to implement a simple calculator with following menu and

execute different functions depending on the user selection. The calculator should perform

Addition( + ), Subtraction ( - ), Multiplication (*), Division (/ ) and find Modulus(%) of two

numbers.

-----------Menu---------1. Enter the numbers to perform the mathematical operations

2. Add the two numbers

3. Subtract the second number from the first number

4. Multiply the two numbers

5. Divide the first number from the second number

6. Find the remainder after the division

7. Check whether the numbers are even or odd

8. Check whether the numbers are prime numbers

9. Exit program

Use a pointer to call different functions depending on the option that the user has entered.

If the user selects Option no 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or 6 without selecting Option no 1 the user

should be prompt with a message asking him/her to select Option no 1 first. The user

should always enter an integer value for the option selection, if not the user should be

prompt with another message asking for proper input for selection.

You may write your own assumptions you made when building the program considering

the functionalities that the program need to execute.

Write a complete C++ program to calculate the volume of a cube, cylinder and a cuboid. Use

function overloading technique in order to write the program.

NOTE:- Formulas necessary to find the volume are as follows

Volume of a cube = s ×s × s =s

3

Volume of a cylinder = h r r = h r

2

Volume of a cuboid = h b l = lbh

Where s – Length of a side of the cube

r - Radius of the base of the cylinder

h – Height of the cylinder

l- Length of the cuboid

b – Width of the cuboid

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