= Quadratic Equation (getting input and doing calculations) = ''Part of'' TutorialFundamentals == Description == This program will calculate the real roots for a user-specified quadratic equation. == Example == {{{ #!d import std.c.stdio; /* for scanf */ import std.stdio; /* for writef/writefln */ import std.math; /* for sqrt */ int main() { double a, b, c, d; writefln("For the equation: ax^2 + bx + c = 0"); writef("What is a? "); scanf("%lf", & a); writef("What is b? "); scanf("%lf", & b); writef("What is c? "); scanf("%lf", & c); writefln("\nFor a = %s, b = %s, c = %s:", a, b, c); d = (b*b) - (4*a*c); if (d < 0) { writefln("There are no real roots."); } else { double r1, r2; r1 = (-b - sqrt ( d )) / (2*a); r2 = (-b + sqrt ( d )) / (2*a); if(r1 == r2) writefln("Root: %s", r1); else writefln("Roots: %s, %s", r1, r2); } return 0; } /* For the quadratic equation: ax^2 + bx + c = 0 Roots = (-b +/- sqrt ( b^2 - 4ac )) / 2a For example: a = 1, b = -5, c = 6 The roots are 2 and 3. */ }}} == More Information == Note the use of curly braces around the bodies of the ''if'' and ''else'' clauses. These are ''compound statements'' and allow multiple statements to be executed as part of conditional and looping statements, such as ''if-else'' and ''while''.