C++ for Beginners: C++ Program to Multiply two Numbers

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C++ Program to Multiply two Numbers

In this program, user is asked to enter two numbers (floating point numbers). Then, the product of those two numbers is stored in a variable and displayed on the screen.


C++Program to Multiply Two Numbers


#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main(){
    double firstNumber, secondNumber, productOfTwoNumbers;
    cout << "Enter two numbers: ";

    // Stores two floating point numbers in variable firstNumber and secondNumber respectively
    cin >> firstNumber >> secondNumber;
 
    // Performs multiplication and stores the result in variable productOfTwoNumbers
    productOfTwoNumbers = firstNumber * secondNumber;  

    cout << "Product = " << productOfTwoNumbers;    
    
    return 0;
}

Output

Enter two numbers: 3.4
5.5
Product = 18.7

In this program, user is asked to enter two numbers. These two numbers entered by the user is stored in variable firstNumber and secondNumber respectively.

Then, the product of firstNumber and secondNumber is evaluated and the result is stored in variable productOfTwoNumbers.

Finally, the productOfTwoNumbers is displayed on the screen.

 

C++ for Beginners: C++ Program to Multiply two Numbers

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