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2.14 INTEGER TYPE CONVERSIONS In many cases, C++ allows objects of one type to be used where another type is expected. This is called type conversion. The most common examples of type conversion are from one integer type to another, which we consider here, and conversion from an integer type to a floating point type, which we consider in 3. The general idea is that one integer type may be used where another integer type is expected if the expected type has a higher rank . For example, a char can be used where an int is expected because int has higher rank than char.
EXAMPLE 2.18 Integer Promotion main0 -t char c = 'A'; short m = 22; int n = c + m; tout << % = ' -CC n << endl; X3=87.
The char variable c is initialized with the integer value 65 (the ASCII for the character IA I) and the short variable m is initialized with the integer value 22. In the assignment n = c + m, the operands c and m have different integral types, so their values 65 and 22 are both promoted to type int before the resulting value of 87 is assigned to n.
Integral promotion like this is quite common and usually occurs unnoticed. The general rule is that any integral type will be promoted to int whenever an integer conversion like this is necessary. An exception to that rule applies on compilers whose implementation of int does not cover all the values of the type being promoted. In this case the integral type will be promoted to uns igned in t instead. For example, in Borland C++, the range of type unsigned short is 0 to 65,536 (see Example 1.14) which extends beyond the range of int (-32,768 to 32,767), so on that compiler unsigned short getspromotedto unsigned int insteadofto int.
Since enumeration types are integral types, integral promotion applies to them too, as the next example illustrates.
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EXAMPLE 2.19 Integer Promotion
enum main0 Color x = blue; tout << "X = ' << x << endl; Color {red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet};
In the last line, the value of x is promoted from the enumeration type before it is inserted into the output stream.
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Review Questions
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Write a single C++ statement that prints I Too many I if the variable count exceeds 100. What is the difference between a reserved word and a standard identifier . What is short-circuiting and how is it helpful How is the following expression evaluated
(x < y -1 : (x == y 0 : 1) );
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What is a fall through State whether each of the following is true or false. If false, tell why. a. !(p q) isthesameas !p !q b. !! !p isthesameas !p C.p&&q II r is the same as p SC& ((2 What is wrong with the following code:
enum Semester {,fall, spring, summer}; enum Season {spring, summer, fall, winter};
What is wrong with the following code:
enum Friends {"Tom", "Dick", "Harry", };
What is wrong with the following code:
if (x = 0) tout << x << '1 = O\n"; I else tout << x << ' .= O\n";
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