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EXAMPLE 1.23 Obtaining the ASCII Code #include <iostream.h> // Tests output of type char: main0 -t char c = 'A'; tout << c++ << " " << int(c) c< endl; tout << c++ << " " <C int(c) C< endl; / tout << c++ << " ' << int(c) << endl; return 0;
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CHAP. l]
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING IN C++
As this program executes, c takes the values 65, 66, 67, and 68. But since character variables are printed as characters, the first thing printed on each line is the character whose ASCII code is stored in c . Thus, A, B, and C are printed. We use int ( c ) to print the numeric value of the character c.
The expression int (c) is called a cast. It converts allows us to print the ASCII code of a character.
from char type to int type. This
Review Questions
1. 1 1.2
Describe the two ways to include comments in a C+-t program.
What is wrong with the following comment :
tout -CC "Hello, /* change */ World.\n
1.3 1.4
What does a declaration do What is the purpose of the preprocessing directive:
#include <iostream>
Is this a valid C++ program Explain:
main0 {
22; }
1.6 1.7
Where does the name of the language C++ come from What s wrong with these declarations:
int first = 22, last = 99, new = 44, old = 66;
What s wrong with these declarations:
int x = y = 22;
What s wrong with this program:
main0 n = 22; tout C-C n << endl;
INTRODUCTION
PROGRAMMING
[CHAP. 1
For each of the following expressions, either evaluate it or explain why it is not a valid expression: a. 37/ (5*2) 6. 37/5/2
c. 37(5/2) d. 37%(5%2) e. 37%5%2 $ 3 7 - 5 - 2 g, (37-5)2
Evaluate each of the following expressions, assuming in each case that m has the value 24 and n has the value 7: a. m-8-n
b .m=n=3
c. m%n
d. m%n++
e. m%++n
f. ++m - n-g . m += n -= 2
Determine which of the following is a valid identifier. If it is not valid, tell why: a. r2d2
b. H20
secondCousinOnceRemoved
d. 2ndBirthday
e. the-United_States-of-America
f. -TIMEg. - 12345 h. x(3)
i. cost-in-$ Solved Problems 1.13 What is the output from the following program:
#include main0 <iostream.h>
// tout
"Hello, World.\n";
This program has no output. The double-slash transforms the output statement into a comment.
CHAP. 1]
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING IN C++
What is wrong with the following program:
#include <iostream.h> // This program prints "Hello, main0 { tout << "Hello, World.\n" return 0; World.":
The required semicolon is missing from the end of the output statement. 1.15
Write four different C++ statements that each subtract 1 from the integer variable n.
n = n - 1 ; n --1; - - n; n--;
Write a single C++ statement that subtracts the sum of increments y.
z -(x + y++);
and Y from
and then
Write a single C++ statement that decrements the variable n and then adds it to total.
total += --n;
In each of the following, assume that m has the value 5 and n has the value 2 before the statement executes. Tell what the values of m and n will be after the statement executes the following:
a. m *= n++;
b . m += --n; a. n will be 3 and m will be 10. b. n will be 1 and m will be 6.
Identify and correct the error in each of the following:
a. tout >> count; b. m = ++n += 2;
a. The output object cou t requires the output operator CC. The statement should be cou t << count ; b. The expression + +n cannot be on the left side of an assignment.
Trace the following code fragment, showing the value of each variable each time it changes:
int x, y, z; = y = z = 6; x *= y += z -= 4;
First, 6 is assigned to z, y, and x. Then z is decremented by 4, obtaining the value 2. Then y is incremented by 2, obtaining the value 8. Then x is multiplied by 8, obtaining the value 48.
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