The code defines three overloaded functions named `findMin` that find...
The code defines three overloaded functions named
findMin that find the minimum element in an array of integers, doubles, or any other type (
findMin function for integers takes an array of integers (
arr) and the size of the array (
size). It initializes the
minElement variable with the first element of the array and then iterates over the remaining elements of the array. If an element is smaller than the current
minElement, it updates the
minElement with the smaller value. Finally, it returns the minimum element.
findMin function for doubles is similar to the integer version, but it operates on an array of doubles instead.
The template version of
findMin is a generic function that can work with any type
T. It follows the same logic as the other versions, but it can handle arrays of any type.
main function, the
SetConsoleCP functions are used to set the console code page to 1251, which is a Cyrillic code page.
Then, two arrays (
doubleArray) are defined and initialized with some values.
findMin function is called twice, once with the
intArray and once with the
doubleArray, to find the minimum elements in each array.
Finally, the minimum elements are printed to the console using
std::cout. The first line prints the minimum element of the integer array, and the second line prints the minimum element of the double array.