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EXAMPLE 3.3 The Factorial Function This program computes the factorial function: IZ! = (n) main0 -C int n, f = 1;
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tout << 'Enter a positive integer: '; tout << n << ' factorial is '; do { f *= n; n--; } while (n > 1); tout << f << endl; tin >> n;
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The program initializes f to 1 and then multiplies it by the input number n and all the positive integers that are less than n. So 5! = (5)(4)(3)(2)(l) = 120, and S! = (8)(7)(6)(5)(4)(3)(2)( 1) = 40,320.
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A loop is controlled by three separate parts: an initialization, a continuation condition, and an update. For example, in the program in Example 3.3, the loop control variable is n; its initialization is c in >> n, its continuation condition is n > 1, and its update is n- -. When these three parts are simple, the loop can be set up as a for loop, which is usually simpler than its equivalent while loop and do. . . while loop. The syntax for the for statement is
for (initialization; continuation
The initialization, the continuation condition,or
EXAMPLE 3.4 Sum of Squares Again This program has the same effect as the one in Example 3.2:
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condition; update) statement; the update maybeempty.
int n, sum = 0; tout << "Enter a positive integer: "; tin >> n; for (int i = 1; i <= n; i++) sum += i*i; tout << 'The sum of the first ' << n << ' squares is ' << sum << endl;
Here the initialization is int i = 1, the continuation condition is i < = n, and the update is i + +.
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It is customary to localize the declaration of the control variable in the initialization part of a
for loop. For example, the control variable i in the program above is declared to be an int within the initialization part in t i = 1. This is a nice feature of C++. However, once the control variable is declared this way, it should not be redeclared in a later for loop. For example, for (int i = 0; i < 100; i++) sum += i*i; for (int i = 0; i c 100; i++) // ERROR: i has already been declared tout CC i*i*i;
The same control variable can be used again; it just cannot be redeclared:
for (i = 0; i < 100; i++) // OK tout CC i*i*i; If you have the choice between a for loop and a while or do. . while loop, you should probably use the for loop. As the next example illustrates, a for loop is usually easier to
understand.
EXAMPLE 3.5 The Factorial Function Again
Compare this program with the one in Example 3.3:
main0 int n, f = 1; tin >> w tout << "Enter a positive integer: for (int i = 2; i <= n; i++) f *= i; tout << n CC fl factorial is ' CC f CC endl;
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This computes the factorial by multiplying 1 by the factors 2,3, . . . , n-1, n. It won t run any faster than the
version done with the whi 1 e loop, but the code is more succinct.
EXAMPLE 3.6 The Extreme Values in a Sequence
This program reads a sequence of positive integers, terminated by the integer 0. It then prints the smallest and largest numbers in the sequence.
main0 1 int n, min, max; tout cc "Enter positive integers. Terminate input with O:\n"; tin >> n; for (min=max=n;n>O;) { // min and max are the smallest if (n c min) min = n; else if (n > max) max = n; // and largest of the n that tin >> n; // have been read so far tout CC "min =
<< min << ' and max = ' CC max CC endl;
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