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  • Partner Demo: Integrating Turing's Craft Exercises

    Now it's easier than ever to integrate our exercises (like the one below) into other content.

    Try One!
    EXERCISE: Assume that an integer array named a has been declared and initialized. Write a C++ statement that adds 10 to the first element of the array.

    Before you read further-- try the above exercise! Type in an answer (right or wrong) and click submit.

    To incorporate this exercise into your content, just copy the HTML code below into your web page:

    <TABLE ALIGN=CENTER><TR>
        <TD>
          <font face=arial size=2 color=black>
            <B>EXERCISE:</B>
            Assume that an integer array named <code>a</code>
            has been declared and initialized. Write a
            <b>C++ statement</b> that adds <code>10</code>
            to the <b>first</b> element of the array.
          </font>
          <FORM TARGET=_blank METHOD=POST
                    ACTION=https://codelab4.turingscraft.com/codelab/jsp/thinex.jsp>
            <INPUT TYPE=HIDDEN NAME=exNNN VALUE="00000-00003">
            <INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT>
            <TEXTAREA NAME=submission COLS=66>
            </TEXTAREA>
          </FORM>
    </TD></TR></TABLE>
    
    


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