Describe how a counter controlled iteration structure works include each syntax

computer science

Description

Please provide short answer explanations to the questions down below.  Include C syntax were noted.

1. Describe how a counter controlled iteration structure works. Include each syntax item that is

required to execute this structure successfully.  Provide a C for() statement syntax example with

your response. 

2. Explain the difference between a for() and a switch statement. Provide real world examples of

when you would use each. 

3. Explain why we would use a function in a C program. What are the three items that are needed to

implement this structure correctly?  

4. With functions we can pass arguments by value or by reference. Please describe the difference.  

5. What is a recursive function? How does recursion relate to iteration? 

Part 2: Instructions

Open your Visual Studio 2015 XenDesktop image, create a new project, and type the coding segments

down below into the compiler.  Run the program(s) (Debug > Start without debugging). 

1. Execute the following code and identify the errors in the program. Debug the program and

provide the correct version of the code. 


2. Execute the following code and identify the errors in the program. Debug the program and

provide the correct version of the code. Note:  Be sure to check the output screen to see if the

correct values are displaying according to the output statements.  


3. Execute the following code and identify the errors in the program. Debug the program and

provide the correct version of the code.

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