# GSC ALL SUBJECTS PAST PAPERS

## GSC ALL SUBJECTS PAST PAPERS

GSC ALL SUBJECTS PAST PAPERS

#### GSC201 PAST PAPERS

n in our daily lives, many things are repeated. Days and nights repeat themselves
themselves 30 times a month. The four seasons change the year. We see
the same event in real life. For example, in the payment system, some
procedures are the same for all employees. These are used repeatedly while working
and staff. So repetition is a very useful structure in the system. GSC ALL SUBJECTS PAST PAPERS

Let’s talk about the problem so that we can better understand it. We must calculate the sum of
dd numbers from 1 to 10. The following statement may
o ok. This accepted while calculating the sum of numbers from 1 to 100. d 1 on the previous number (i.e. 2) and find the nextif we have to find the next number, we have to add 1
eger i.e. 1. Add this to the sum (the sum becomes 0 + 1 = 1).
r can be obtained by adding 1 to the previous number. GSC ALL SUBJECTS PAST PAPERS

This method is correct as the syntax is correct. The answer is als
the process can also
We can write the above statement and add all the digits from 1 to 100. But this way
will not be ready to calculate the sum of numbers from 1 to 1000. In addition o
a very large number of digits will lead to u too
analyze it carefully. Our first number is 1, is there any other way to find out what th
next number? Yes, we can add 1 to a number and get the next 2 numbers. To
find the next number (i.e. 3) we are advertising
number 3.

So when to the previous full number.
We must calculate the sum of the first 1000 values ​​by subtracting the variable number of variables
int. It is a good practice to set a flexible startup before using it. Here,
we start the variable amount with zero.
int sum = 0;
Now we get the first int
Now find the next number.

i.e. 2 and add to the sum (total becomes 1 + 2 = 3). Find the next number with addin
to the previous number and add to the sum (total is 3 + 3 = 6) and so on.
In this way, we get the next number by adding 1 to the previous number and