## What errors can cause a C application crash

You have the source code of the application written in C, which crashes after launch. After ten starts in the debugger, you find that the application crashes each time in different places of the code. The application is single-threaded and uses only the standard C library. What errors can cause the application crashes? How will…

## Piece of cheese in the shape of a cube and a knife.

In order to get 27 small cubes, you need to divide each of the three cube faces into three parts. To reach three divisions, you need two cuts. An obvious solution is to create the cuts parallel to each other across all three axes. In order to make this, you will need only six cuts. …

## Piece of cheese in the shape of a cube and a knife.

In order to get 27 small cubes, you need to divide each of the three cube faces into three parts. To reach three divisions, you need two cuts. An obvious solution is to create the cuts parallel to each other across all three axes. In order to make this, you will need only six cuts. …

## You are given a piece of cheese in the shape of a cube and a knife.

In order to get 27 small cubes, you need to divide each of the three cube faces into three parts. To reach three divisions, you need two cuts. An obvious solution is to create the cuts parallel to each other across all three axes. In order to make this, you will need only six cuts. …

## Find errors in the following code block

Image that you have the following code block:   unsigned int i; for (i = 100; i >= 0; –i) printf(“%d\n”, i);   The mentioned above code block has two errors.   The first error is that we use the unsigned int type, which only works with values ​​greater than or equal to zero….