# C++ Program to Swap Two Numbers1 min read

This is the most basic of swapping two numbers in C++ program. This tutorial provides you with the source code to swap numbers in C++.

There are basically two ways to swap numbers.

• Using third Variable
• Without using third variable.

In this section, we will learn using the third variable and in the next section, you will learn without the use of the third variable.

## C++ Program to Swap Two Numbers using a Third Variable

Output:

`Enter num1: 10Enter num2: 20Result after Swapping Two Numbers:num1: 20num2: 10`

The program takes the two numbers from the users as input and swaps those values using a third or temporary variable. Finally, print the result of swapped values.

You may go through the following program in C++:

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