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The main() and exit() Functions Every C++ program requires a function named main(). In fact, we can think of the complete program itself as being made up of the main() function together with all the other functions that are called either directly or indirectly from it.
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Most C++ compilers expect the main() function to have return type int. Since this is the default return type for any function, it need not be specified. So we usually just write main() instead of int main().
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Some C++ programmers, as we have seen previously, prefer to declare void main() and any return statement should appear simply as return, since in this case main() has no return type. If you want to terminate the program from within a function other than the main function, you cannot use a return statement. The return statement will only terminate the current function and return control to the invoking function. The exit() function that is defined in the <sbdlib.h> header file takes an integer argument that is returned to the operating system as the "value" of the program execution. This value is usually ignored by the operating system unless the user is executing the program as part of a script. Default Arguments C++ allows a function to have a variable number of arguments. Providing default values for the optional arguments does this. Consider a function p with 4 double parameters. The first is required and the last three are optional: double p(double, double=0, double=l, double=-l); The call p (1.2) is equivalent to the call p (1.2,0,1,-1) and the call p(x,7.6,5) is equivalent to the call p(x,7.6,5,-1) .
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In the example above, the function may be called with 1, 2, 3, or 4 arguments. So the effect of allowing default parameter values is really to allow a variable number of actual parameters passed to the function. If a function has default parameter values, then the function's parameter list must show all the parameters with default values to the right of all the parameters that have no default values, like this: void f(int a, int b, int c=4, int d=7, int e=3); //OK void g(int a, int b=2, int c=4, int d, int e=3); //NO The optional'' parameters must all be listed last.
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5 Arrays In this chapter: Processing the Elements of an Array Initializing an Array Passing Arrays as Function Arguments C++ Does NOT Check the Range of an Array Index Multi-Dimensional Arrays Arrays with Enumeration Types Type Definitions An array is a sequence of objects all of the same type. The objects, called elements, are numbered consecutively starting with 0. These numbers are called index values, or subscripts of the array. Subscripts locate element positions and allow direct access into the array. If the name of an array is a then a [0] is the name of the first element that element in position 0. Here is an array of 6 integers: a 1 a[0] 3 a[1] 55 a[2] 8 a[3] 3 a[4] 21 a[5]
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Numbering the ith element with index i - 1 is called zero-based indexing. The index is the distance from the start of the array. Processing the Elements of an Array Processing arrays allows us to manipulate a list of objects without having to name each object differently. This example reads in a list of 4 data values and displays then in reverse order. Example 5.1 Displaying a List of Values main ( ) { const iht SIZE=4; double a[SIZE]; cout <<"Enter " <<SIZE <<" reals:\n"; for (int i=0; i<SIZE; i++) { cout <<i <<": "; cin >>a[i]; } cout << "Here they are in reverse\n"; for (i=SIZE-1; i>=0; i-) { cout <<"\ta[" <<i <<"]" = <<a[i] <<endl; } As is customary in C++ we have defined the array size as a separate constant. This allows changing a single line of code to alter the size of an array and all places where that size is used. Initializing an Array In C++ an array can be initialized with a single initializer list. We list the initial values for each element in the array and they are assigned to the array elements in the order they are listed. If the list is shorter than the array, the remaining array elements are filled with zeros (null characters for character types). Example 5.2 Using an Array Initializer List main () { const int SIZE=4;
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