By Derek M. Capper, Elmar Ludolph
C++ is likely one of the strongest and renowned of programming languages for purposes. this is often an adoptable textbook for undergraduate scholars who have to use this language for purposes which are - mainly - numerical. so much engineering, phys ics, and arithmetic measure classes comprise a computing point: this publication will be used the place C++ is the selected language, already nearly all of instances. The ebook is entire and contains complicated good points of the language, indicating the place they ar e of unique curiosity to the reader. No earlier wisdom of C is believed, and the book's bias in the direction of numerical functions makes it distinct within the box.
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J; a = m j; II (i I j ) * j * b = a + n; II (i I j) * j + i cout « "i = " « i « " j = " « j « "\n\n" « "i I j = " « m « " i Y. j = " « n « "\n\nThe following result should be " « i « " : \n" « "(i I j) * j + i Y. j = " « b « "\n"; return(O); } In this example we use the C++ input stream, cin, so that the values of i and j can be entered from the keyboard. 1. INTEGRAL DATA TYPES extracts the value of i from the input stream. The operator, », is known as an extraction operator. It is possible to concatenate such operators so that the first few lines can be replaced by: cout « "enter two integers: "; cin » i » j; but notice that the following compile: cin» i, j; IS not equivalent, although the statement does II WRONG!
Exercise: Replace the increment by decrement operators in your program for the previous exercise. The use of increment and decrement operators can lead to very compact code, but some restraint should be exercised to ensure that readability is not discarded. Also the order of evaluation of expressions involving the increment or decrement operators can depend on the compiler in some circumstances, as in: k = ++i + i; II A very trivial example. As always, it is better to avoid writing compiler dependent code wherever possible.
There are five types of token: identifiers, keywords, constants, operators and other separators. • Use meaningful names for user-defined identifiers, such as flow_rate. • Identifiers with language-defined significance are known as keywords, examples of which are int, class, if, etc. The significance of keywords cannot be altered. • Constants can be integer, floating point, character, or string. 01, I a I , "Hello". • Operators are tokens representing operations, such as assignment, =, addition, +, multiplication, *, etc.