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requests, called user prompts. Each user prompt is indented with the tab character '\t', and by omitting the newline character '\n' it leaves the cursor on the same line for the user to enter a response there. More than one variable may be read in the same input statement: cin >>first >>last; reads the items from left to right; i.e., the left-most variable is read first. Since the char type is an integer type, cin will ignore all leading white space (i.e., blanks, tabs, and newlines) when it reads input. The input in this example could have been entered on several lines with leading and/or trailing blanks and tabs. Notice that this prevents the input of blanks as characters using the input operator <<. In later chapters, we will see additional methods for character input. The if Statement The if statement allows conditional execution. Its syntax is if (condition) statement; where condition is an integer expression and statement is any executable statement. The statement will be executed only if the condition has a nonzero value. (Whenever an integer expression is being evaluated as a condition, a nonzero value is interpreted to mean "true" and a zero value to mean "false.") Notice the required parentheses around the condition. Example 2.3 Testing for Divisibility int n, d; cout <<"Enter two integers: "; cin >>n >>d; if (n%d==0) cout <<d <<" divides " <<n <<endl;
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This code reads two integers and then checks the value of the remainder n%d. In this run, the value of 24%6 is 0, which means that 24 is divisible by 6. You will notice that we have omitted the void main() { and the closing }. Again this is to save space. The trouble with this last example is that it doesn't do anything when n is not divisible by d so inputs of 6 and 24 produce no results.
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To execute an alternative statement when the condition is zero, we need the if ... else statement. The if...else Statement The if . . . else statement executes one of two alternative statements, according to the value of the condition. It has the syntax if (condition) statementl; else statement2; where condition is an integer expression, and statementl and statement2 are any statements. The statement1 is executed if the condition has a nonzero value, and stateraent2 is executed if the condition has a zero value. Changing the if statement of Ex. 2.3 to: if (n%d==0) cout <<d <<" divides " <<n <<endl; else cout <<d <<" doesn't " <<n <<endl; will produce output for all inputs. A condition like (n%d==0) is an expression whose value is interpreted as being either "false" or "true." In C++ those two values are integers: 0 means "false," and any nonzero integer means "true." Because of that correspondence, conditions can be ordinary integer expressions. In particular, the integer expression (n%d) itself can be used as a condition. If it is nonzero (i.e., ''true'') precisely when n is not divisible by d, we could reverse the two print statements in the previous example and rewrite it as: if (n%d) cout <<d <<" doesn't divide " <<n <<endl; else cout <<d <<" divides " <<n <<endl; Relational Operators Relational operators allow us to write conditions more intuitively. A condition, such as (m>n), is an integer expression. If m is greater than n, the condition is "true" and evaluates to 1; otherwise, the condition is "false" and evaluates to 0. The symbol > is one of the relational operators. It is called "relational" because it evaluates how the two expressions relate; for example,
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