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C++ How To Add Two Numbers


Add Two Numbers

Learn how to add two numbers in C++:

Example

int x = 5;
int y = 6;
int sum = x + y;
cout << sum;
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Add Two Numbers with User Input

In this example, the user must input two numbers. Then we print the sum by calculating (adding) the two numbers:

Example

int x, y;
int sum;
cout << "Type a number: ";
cin >> x;
cout << "Type another number: ";
cin >> y;
sum = x + y;
cout << "Sum is: " << sum;
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