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int a[SIZE] = {1,,5}; for (int i = 0; i < SIZE; i++) { cout <<"a[" <<i <<"]"=" <<a[i] <<" "; } a[0]=l a[1]=0 a[2]=5 a[3]=0
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Note that the uninitialized elements are set to zero. If we omitted the initializer list entirely, the results would be four ''garbage" values of whatever happened to be in the memory used for the array. Passing Arrays as Function Arguments
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In C++ an array name is a symbolic reference to the memory location where the first element of the array is located. Some programming languages make the number of array elements available at execution time. The designers of C++ decided not to do this, so that the only attributes that are know about an array are the type of the elements and the location of the start of the array. The program in Ex. 5.3 illustrates how arrays are passed to functions.
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Example 5.3 An Array I/O Function const int SIZE = 100; void getArr(double[], int&); void dispArr(const double[], const int) main () { double a[SIZE] = (1,,5}; int n; getArray(a, n); cout <<"Array has " << n << " elements\n"; dispArr (a, n); } void getArr (double x[], int& num) { num = 0; cout <<"Enter data (enter 0 to end):\n"; do {
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while (x[num-1] !=0.0); } void dispArr(const double x[ ], const int num) { for (int i=0; i<num; i++) cout <<'\t' <<i <<": " <<x[i] <<endl; } The function getArr() changes the formal parameter num, so it is passed by reference. The formal parameter x is passed to the address of the first element of an array and that address is not changed, so it is declared as a const. Since x is the name of an array (indicated by x[] ), the function can still change the array values. C++ Does NOT Check the Range of an Array Index Some languages will generate a run-time error if a program attempts to reference an array element with an index that is less than 0 or greater than the declared array size. The designers of C++ elected to leave this checking to the programmer. If you attempt to access array elements with an index which is out of bounds, seemingly unpredictable results will occur. Since the array name references the location in memory where the array starts, a negative index will refer to memory located before the space reserved for the array. A positive index greater that the number of array elements will refer to memory above the array.
If the reference falls within the program's address space, the reference will be valid. If the reference reads data, it will probably reference a meaningless data item or program code. A write operation will overwrite some other data item or program instructions.
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Note! If the reference is outside the space owned by the executing program a segmentation fault (memory access violation) will occur and your program will terminate abnormally.
Multi-Dimensional Arrays So far, we have looked only at one-dimensional arrays. Since the element type of an array may be any type, it can be an array type. An array of arrays is called a multi-dimensional array. A one-dimensional array of onedimensional arrays is called a two-dimensional array; a one-dimensional array of two-dimensional arrays is called a three-dimensional array; etc. The simplest way to declare a multi-dimensional array is like this: double a[32] [10] [4]; This is a three-dimensional array with dimensions 32, 10, and 4. The statement a [25] [8] [3] = 99.9 would assign the value of 99.9 to the element identified by the multi-index (25,8,3). Example 5.4 An Array I/O Function const int R=3, C=5; void read(int [ ] [C]); void print (const int [ ] [C]); main () { int a[R][C]; read(a); print(a); } void read (int x[ ] [C]) { cout <<"Enter " <<R*C <<" " <<C <<"/row\n"; for (int i=0; i<R; i++) { cout <<"Row " <<i << ": "; for (int j=0; j<C; j++) cin >> x[i] [j]; } }
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