Unit 3 guided practice 1: two functions “called” from main() | programming | ECPI University

We introduce functions with a program that calls – or makes use of – two functions.  So, we have main(), which is included in every program, and we have firstFunction() and secondFunction().  Each time a function finishes, program control is returned to whatever called the function.  In this case, that is main().  The code and output are as follows:

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Notice the functions are “prototyped,” that is, the function definition is written above main() and followed with a semi-colon.

The flowchart for the code is as follows:

Now, you try copying the code, and writing the Flowcharts.

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