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- Are rational numbers always integers?
- What is a rational number thats not an integer?
- Is it possible for a number to be a rational number that is not an integer but is a whole number?
- How do you know if a number is a double or integer?
- Is integer function in C++?
- What are the two types of function in C ++?
- Is a digit C++?
- How do you tell if a char is a digit C++?

The rational numbers include all the integers, plus all fractions, or terminating decimals and repeating decimals. All natural numbers, whole numbers, and integers are rationals, but not all rational numbers are natural numbers, whole numbers, or integers.

Explanation: Integers can be expressed as rational numbers such as: -3/1, -6/2. But rational numbers like -5/3, 8/11, 2/5, etc are not integers as they don’t simplify to give us a whole number (including negatives) Therefore, all integers are rational numbers but all rational numbers are not integers.

Using set notation, we can say that the set of integers is while the set of whole numbers is basically . So coming back to the question; No, there is no rational number that is not an integer but is a whole number.

Java Math Exercises: Test if a double number is an integer

- Sample Solution:
- Java Code: import java.util.*; public class Example3 { public static void main(String[] args) { double d_num = 5.44444; if ((d_num % 1) == 0) { System.out.println(“It’s not a double number”); } else { System.out.println(“It’s a double number”); } } }
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User defined functions However, C++ functions either return one value or no value. The integer variable n is the input to the function and it is also called the parameter of the function. If a function is defined after the main() function then its prototype must be specified int fact (int);

There are two types of function in C programming:

- Standard library functions.
- User-defined functions.

The isdigit() function checks if ch is a digit or not i.e one of 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9. The behaviour of isdigit() is undefined if the value of ch is not representable as unsigned char or is not equal to EOF. It is defined in header file.

The function isdigit() is used to check that character is a numeric character or not. This function is declared in “ctype. h” header file. It returns an integer value, if the argument is a digit otherwise, it returns zero.