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void print(const int x[ ] [C]) { for (int i=0; i < R; i++) { cout "\nRow" <<i; for (int j=0; j<C j++) cout <<'\t' <<x[i] [j]; } } Notice that in the function's parameter lists, the first dimension is not specified while the second dimension (C) is specified. This is because the array a is stored as a one-dimensional array of R with each entry being an array containing c integers. a[0] [0], a[0] [1], ..., a[0] [C-l], a[1] [0], a[1] [1], The computer doesn't need to know the number of rows, but it must know the length of each row (the number of columns) to be able to compute the distance from the first element to the one being accessed. When a multi-dimensional array is passed to a function, the first dimension is not specified while all remaining dimensions are specified. Example 5.5 Processing a Three-Dimensional Array This counts the number of zeros in a three-dimensional array. const int TBL=2, R=4, C=3; int numZero(int X[ ] [R] [C], int n1, int n2, int n3); main ( ) { int a[TBL] [R] [C] ' = { {{5,0,2},{0,0,9},{4,1,0},{7,7,7}}, {{3,0,0},{8,5,0},{0,0,0},{2,0,9}} }; cout <<numZero(a, TBL, R, C) <<" zeros. \n"; } int numZero(int x[][R][C], int t, int r, int c) { int count = 0; for (int i=0; i<t; i++) for (int j=0; j<r; j++) for (int k=0; k<c; k++) if (x[i][j][k]==0) count++; return count; }
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Arrays with Enumeration Types Enumeration types were discussed in 2. They are naturally processed with arrays. The following program fragment defines an array of seven real numbers, representing the high temperature for each of the seven days of a week: Example 5.6 Days of the Week enum Day {SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT}; double high[SAT+1] = {87.2, 81.0, 67.2, 72.2, 75.5, 79.2, 81.5 }; for (Day d=SUN; d<=SAT; d++) cout <<"\nDay " <<d <<" high=" <<high[d];
Day Day Day Day Day Day Day
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high=87.2 high=81.0 high=67.2 high=72.5 high=75.5 high=79.2 high=81.5
A type Day variable can be assigned the values SUN, ..., SAT and can be used the same way an int can. The array has dimension SAT+1 because we need seven elements and the value of SAT is 6. The loop takes the values of SUN, MON,..., SAT (0, l, . . . 6). Using enumeration in this way makes your code more readable. Type Definitions As shown in the last section, enumeration is one way to define your own types. C++ also provides a way to rename existing types. The keyword typedef declares a new name (i.e., an alias) for a specified type. A typedef does not define a new type; it only provides a synonym for an existing type. In Ex. 5.7 we use a typedef to name an array of doubles TempList. Example 5.7 Days of the Week with typedef #include <iostream. h> typedef double TempList[ ]; enum Day{SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT }; void disp(const TempList); typedef TempDay Day;
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main() { TempList high = {87.2, 81.0, 67.2, 72.2, 75.5, 79.2, 81.5}; disp (high); } void disp (const TempList) { for (TempDay d=SUN; d<=SAT; d++) cout <<"\nDay" <<d <<" high was " <<high[d]; } Observe that the array declaration TempList high shows us that the array specifier, [], is part of the definition. It is not needed in the declaration. The array has seven elements as the initializer specifies seven values. The variable d of type TempDay is actually of type Day. Finally, the formal parameter is specified as a TempList. This alerts us that the argument should be a list of temperatures, not just any array of doubles.
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