Suppose x1 and x2 are two type double variables that you want to add as
integers and assign to an integer variable. Construct a C++ statement
for doing so.What if you want to add them as type double and then
convert to int?

Ans:

Either of the following would work for the first task:

int pos = (int) x1 + (int) x2;

int pos = int(x1) + int(x2);

To a d d t h e m a s t y p e double and then convert, you could do either of the following:

int pos = (int) (x1 + x2);

int pos = int(x1 + x2);

Ans:

Either of the following would work for the first task:

int pos = (int) x1 + (int) x2;

int pos = int(x1) + int(x2);

To a d d t h e m a s t y p e double and then convert, you could do either of the following:

int pos = (int) (x1 + x2);

int pos = int(x1 + x2);

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