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if (x > y) { int temp=x; x = y; y = temp; } cout << x << " <= " << y << endl; }
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Enter two integers: 66 44 44 <= 66 The three statements within the statement block sort the values of x and y into increasing order by swapping them if they are out of order. Such an interchange requires three separate steps along with the temporary storage location named temp here. The program either should execute all three statements or it should execute none of them. That alternative is accomplished by combining the three statements into the statement block. Note that the variable temp is declared inside the block. That makes it local to the block; i.e., it only exists during the execution of the block. If the condition is false (i.e., x y), then temp will never exist. This illustrates the recommended practice of localizing objects so that they are created only when needed.
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3.6 COMPOUND CONDITIONS Conditions such as n % d and x >= y can be combined to form compound conditions. This is done using the logical operators && (and), || (or), and ! (not). They are defined by p && q evaluates to true if and only if both p and q evaluate to true p || q evaluates to false if and only if both p and q evaluate to false !p evaluates to true if and only if p evaluates to false For example, (n % d || x >= y) will be false if and only if n % d is zero and x is less than y. The definitions of the three logical operators are usually given by the truth tables below.
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