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The Increment and Decrement Operators Of the many features C++ inherited from C, some of the most useful are the increment operator ++ and decrement operator -. These operators transform a variable into a statement expression that abbreviates a special form of assignment. The pre-increment operator (++m) and the post-increment operator (m++) when used as a stand-alone expression statement are both equivalent to the assignment: m=m+1;. They simply increase the value of m by 1. Similarly, the expression statements -n and n- are both equivalent to the assignment: n=n-1;. They simply decrease the value of n by 1. (The increment operator ++ was used in the name "C++" because it "increments" the original C programming language; it has everything that C has, and more.) When used as subexpressions (i.e., expressions within expressions), the pre-increment operation ++m is different from the post-increment operation m++. The pre-increment increases the variable first before using it in the larger expression, whereas the post-increment increases the value of the variable only after using the prior value of the variable within the larger expression. Since the incrementing process is equivalent to a separate assignment, there are really two statements to be executed when the increment operation is used as a subexpression: the incrementing assignment and the larger enclosing statement.
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Note! The difference between the Pre-increment and the post-increment is simply the difference between executing the assignment before or after the enclosing statement.
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Example 1.4 Pre-Increment and Post-Increment Operations #include <iostream.h. int main ( ) { int m=66, n; n = ++m;
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67, n = 67 68, n = 67 68 69 70
In the first assignment, m is pre-incremented, increasing its value to 67, which is then assigned to n. Next, m is post-incremented, so 67 is assigned to n and then m is increased to 68. In the third output statement, m is post-incremented, so 68 is dropped into the output stream and then m is increased to 69. In the last output statement, m is pre-incremented to 70 and then that value is dropped into the output stream. Compound Assignment Statements C++ allows us to combine assignment with other types of operators. The general syntax for these combined assignments is: variable op= expression, where op is any binary operator. The effect of the combined assignment is: variable = variable op expression. For example, the combined assignment number_so_far += 8; has the same effect as the simple statement: number_so_far = number_so_far + 8; Character, Integer, and Real Types An integer is a whole number: 0, 1, -1, 2, etc. An unsigned integer is an integer that is not negative. C++ has the following integer types: short int char unsigned unsigned char int long int unsigned int unsigned long int unsigned short int
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The difference between these types is the range of values allowed. The ranges depend on the computer system being used. For example, on most PCs, int ranges between -32,768 and 32,767. On most UNIX workstations it ranges between -2,147,483,648 and 2,147,483,647. The int part may be omitted from short int, unsigned short int, unsigned int, long int, and unsigned long int. C++ supports three real number types: float, double, and long double. Usually, double uses twice as many bytes as float. Typically, float uses 4 bytes, double 8, and long double between 8 and 16 bytes. Types that are used for real numbers are called "floating-point" types because of the way they are stored internally in the computer. On most systems, a number like 123.45 is first converted to binary form: 123.45=1111011.011100112. Then the point is "floated" so that all the bits are on its right. In this example, the floating-point form is obtained by floating the point 7 bits to the left, producing a mantissa 27 times smaller. So the original number is 123.45 = 0.111101101110011227 This number would be represented internally by storing the mantissa 0.111101101110011 and the exponent 7 separately. For a 32-bit float type, the mantissa is stored in a 23-bit segment and the exponent in an 8-bit segment, leaving 1 bit for the sign of the number. For a 64-bit double type, the mantissa is stored in a 52-bit segment and the exponent in an 11-bit segment. If you wished to determine how many bytes any particular machine uses for each type you can use the sizeof operator, which returns the size in bytes of the type specified. For example, sizeof (unsigned short) and sizeof (double) would evaluate to the number of bytes used to store an unsigned short and a double, respectively.
All floating-point arithmetic is done in double precision. So the only time you should use float instead of double is when you are storing large quantities of real numbers and. are concerned about storage. space or access time.
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