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ELEMENTARY C++ PROGRAMMING
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Use their GCC package which includes a C++ compiler and their Emacs editor. For DOS systems, use their DJGPP which includes a C++ compiler. 1.2 SOME SIMPLE PROGRAMS Now you have a text editor for writing C++ programs and a C++ compiler for compiling them. If you are using an IDE such as Borland C++Builder on a PC, then you can compile and run your programs by clicking on the appropriate buttons. Other systems may require you to use the command line to run your programs. In that case, you do so by entering the file name as a command. For example, if your source code is in a file named hello.cpp, type
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at the command line to run the program after it has been compiled. When writing C++ programs, remember that C++ is case-sensitive. That means that main() is different from Main(). The safest policy is to type everything in lower-case except when you have a compelling reason to capitalize something. EXAMPLE 1.1 The Hello, World Program
This program simply prints Hello, World! : #include <iostream> int main() { std::cout << "Hello, World!\n"; } The first line of this source code is a preprocessor directive that tells the C++ compiler where to find the definition of the std::cout object that is used on the third line. The identifier iostream is the name of a file in the Standard C++ Library. Every C++ program that has standard input and output must include this preprocessor directive. Note the required punctuation: the pound sign # is required to indicate that the word include is a preprocessor directive; the angle brackets < > are required to indicate that the word iostream (which stands for input/output stream ) is the name of a Standard C++ Library file. The expression <iostream> is called a standard header. The second line is also required in every C++ program. It tells where the program begins. The identifier main is the name of a function, called the main function of the program. Every C++ program must have one and only one main() function. The required parentheses that follow the word main indicate that it is a function. The keyword int is the name of a data type in C++. It stands for integer . It is used here to indicate the return type for the main() function. When the program has finished running, it can return an integer value to the operating system to signal some resulting status. The last two lines constitute the actual body of the program. A program body is a sequence of program statements enclosed in braces { }. In this example there is only one statement: std::cout << "Hello, World!\n"; It says to send the string "Hello, World!\n" to the standard output stream object std::cout. The single symbol << represents the C++ output operator. When this statement executes, the characters enclosed in quotation marks " " are sent to the standard output device which is usually the computer screen. The last two characters \n represent the newline character. When the output device encounters that character, it advances to the beginning of the next line of text on the screen. Finally, note that every program statement must end with a semicolon (;).
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