I have to enter 5 different words in my c++ program, then define the length and THEN output those words (from those 5 which I defined) which is similar with the length I defined. Maybe I explained difficult.. here's the example -->
-> user types 5 words: apple, bag, pineapple, crocs, x THEN user types a length, like 5 and THEN there is an output: apple, crocs. (Because other words length is not 5)
If your teacher lets you use std::string instead of char arrays, that will make the program a bit more elegant.
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#include <cstddef> // for std::size_t
#include <iostream> // for std::cin, std::cout
#include <string> // for std::string
std::string words; // an array of five strings
std::size_t desired_length = 0; // what length are we searching for?
std::cin >> desired_length;
for (/* loop five times, to read into the words array */)
std::cin >> words[i];
for (/* loop five times again to check lengths */)
if (words[i].length() == desired_length)
// print words[i]