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Backslash Character Constants Enclosing character constants in single quotes works for most printing characters A few, however, such as the carriage return, can't be For this reason, C includes the special backslash character constants, shown in Table 2-2, so that you may easily enter these special characters as constants These are also referred to as escape sequences You should use the backslash codes instead of their ASCII equivalents to help ensure portability For example, the following program outputs a new line and a tab and then prints the string This is a test
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#include <stdioh> int main(void) { printf(''\n\tThis is a test"); return 0; }
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Meaning Backspace Form feed New line Carriage return Horizontal tab Double quote Single quote Backslash Vertical tab Alert Question mark Octal constant (where N is an octal constant) Hexadecimal constant (where N is a hexadecimal constant)
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Operators C is very rich in built-in operators In fact, it places more significance on operators than do most other computer languages There are four main classes of operators: arithmetic, relational , logical, and bitwise In addition, there are some special operators, such as the assignment operator, for particular tasks The Assignment Operator You can use the assignment operator within any valid expression This is not the case with most computer languages (including Pascal, BASIC, and FORTRAN), which treat the assignment operator as a special case statement The general form of the assignment operator is variable_name = expression; where an expression may be as simple as a single constant or as complex as you require C uses a single equal sign to indicate assignment (unlike Pascal or Modula-2, which use the := construct) The target, or left part, of the assignment must be an object, such as a variable, that can receive a value Frequently in literature on C and in compiler error messages you will see these two terms: lvalue and rvalue Simply put, an lvalue is an object If that object can occur on the left side of an assignment statement, it is called a modifiable lvalue Thus, for all practical purposes, a modifiable lvalue means ''variable" The term rvalue refers to expressions on the right side of an assignment and simply means the value of an expression Type Conversion in Assignments When variables of one type are mixed with variables of another type, a type conversion will occur In an assignment statement, the type conversion rule is easy: The value of the right side (expression side) of the assignment is converted to the type of the left side (target variable), as illustrated here:
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int x; char ch; float f; void func(void) { ch = x; x = f; f = ch; f = x; } /* /* /* /* line line line line 1 2 3 4 */ */ */ */
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In line 1, the left high-order bits of the integer variable x are lopped off, leaving ch with the lower 8 bits If x were between 255 and 0, ch and x would have identical values Otherwise, the value of ch would reflect only the lower-order bits of x In line 2, x will receive the nonfractional part of f In line 3, f will convert the 8-bit integer value stored in ch to the same value in the floating-point format This also happens in line 4, except that f will convert an integer value into floating-point format When converting from integers to characters and long integers to integers, the appropriate amount of high-order bits will be removed In many 16-bit environments, this means that 8 bits will be lost when going from an integer to a character, and 16 bits will be lost when going from a long integer to an integer For 32-bit environments, 24 bits will be lost when converting from an integer to a character, and 16 bits will be lost when converting from an integer to a short integer Table 2-3 summarizes several common assignment type conversions Remember that the conversion of an int to a float, or a float to a double, and so on, does not add any precision or accuracy These kinds of conversions only change the form in which
Target Type signed char char char char char short int short int int (16 bits) int (32 bits) long int (32 bits) int float double Expression Type char short int int (16 bits) int (32 bits) long int int (16 bits) int (32 bits) long int long int long long int (64 bits) float double long double Possible Info Loss If value > 127, target is negative High-order 8 bits High-order 8 bits High-order 24 bits High-order 24 bits None High-order 16 bits High-order 16 bits None High-order 32 bits (applies to C99 only) Fractional part and possibly more Precision, result rounded Precision, result rounded
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