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On most UNIX workstations, the int type ranges from -2,147,483,648 How many bytes will an object of this type occupy in memory
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to 2,147,483,647.
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The range from -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647 covers 4,294,967,296 values. This number is exactly 232, so each int requires 32 bits which is 4 bytes of memory.
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How do the following two statements differ:
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Both statements have the same effect: declare ch to be a char and initialize it with the value 65. Since this is the ASCII code for I A I , that character constant can also be used to initialize ch to 65.
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char c = 100; tout << c;
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How could you determine whether char is the same as signed char or unsigned char on your computer
Run a program like that in Example 1.14 and compare the constants CHAR -MAX, SCHAR-MAX, and UCHARJWX:
Solved Programming Problems 1.25 Write a program that prints the first sentence of the Gettysburg Address.
Essentially, all that we need to do here is use a sequence of output statements, sending pieces of the sentence to the cou t object:
#include
<iostream.h>
// Prints the first sentence of the Gettysburg Address: main0 -t tout << "\tFourscore and seven years ago our fathers\n"; tout << "brought forth upon this continent a new nation,\n"; tout << "conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the\n"; tout << "proposition that all men are created equal.\n"; return 0;
We could also have done this by chaining the pieces with a single reference to
cou t, like this:
tout CC C-K << <<
"\tFourscore and seven years ago our fathers\n" "brought forth upon this continent a new nation,\n" "conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the\n" "proposition that all men are created equal.\n";
Note that this is a single statement, with a single semicolon.
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If you want the output lines to be longer (or shorter) than the individual pieces sent to the output stream, simply adjust your placement of the endline characters 6\n . . #include // Prints main0 <iostream.h> the first sentence of the Gettysburg Address:
tout <<
"\tFourscore and seven years ago our fathers "; tout << "brought forth upon\nthis continent a new nation, tout << "conceived in liberty, and dedicated\nto the "; tout << "proposition that all men are created equal.\n"; return 0;
Don t forget to put a blank after the last word on each line that doesn t end with an endline 1.26
character.
Write a program that prints the sum, difference, product, quotient, and remainder of two integers. Initialize the integers with the values 60 and 7.
After declaring integers m and n andi nitializing them with the values 60 and 7, we use one ouput statement to print their values, and then one output statement for each of the five operations: #include <iostream.h>
// Prints sum, difference, product, and quotient of given integers: main0 { int m = 60, n = 7; tout << "The integers are " -KC m CC ' and ' C-C n << endl; tout << "Their sum is (m + n) << endl; tout << "Their difference is ' << (m - n) C-C endl; I << (m * n) C-C endl; tout << "Their product is tout << "Their quotient is ' << (m / n) << endl; tout << "Their remainder is ' << (m % n) << endl; return 0;
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Note that the quotient 8 and remainder 4 fit the required relationship for the quotient and remainder from integer division: 60 = (8)(7) + (4).
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Write a program that prints the block letter B in a 7 x 6 grid of stars like this:
.*.**-k* *.:. * .: t : *. 1 : 2 _ : . . .
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We use one output statement for each row in the block letter: #include ciostream.h> // Prints the block letter 'B' in a 7 x 6 grid: main0 1 tout CC '*****' CC endl; tout cc '* *' CC endl; tout cc '* *I CC endl; tout CC "*****' CC endl; tout cc '* *' CC endl; tout cc '* *' CC endl; tout CC '*****' CC endl; return 0;
Instead of adding the end1 object to each output, we could have endline character \n' like this: tout CC "*****\n';
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