The elements of an integer -valued array can be set to 0 (i.e., the array can be cleared) recursively as follows: An array of size 0 is already cleared; Otherwise, set the first element of the array to 0, and clear the rest of the array Write a void function named clear that accepts an integer array, and the number of elements in the array and sets the elements of the array to 0.

The elements  of an integer -valued array can be set to 0 (i.e., the array can be cleared) recursively as follows: An array of size 0 is already cleared; Otherwise, set the first element of the array to 0, and clear the rest of the array Write a void function named clear that accepts an integer array, and the number of elements  in the array and sets the elements of the array to 0.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

The elements  of an integer -valued  array  can be set to 0 (i.e., the array  can be cleared) recursively as follows:
An array  of size 0 is already  cleared;
Otherwise, set the first element  of the array  to 0, and clear the rest of the array  Write a void function named  clear that accepts an integer  array , and the number of elements  in the array  and sets the elements  of the array  to 0.

This content requires that you purchase additional access. The price is $2.99 or free for our Make Life Easier and 30 Days – Not Recurring members.

Purchase this Content ($2.99) Choose a Membership Level