By Susan M. Merritt, Allen Stix (auth.)
Many scholars and programmers conversant in Pascal at the moment are trying to improve their abilities to a well-structured object-oriented programming language equivalent to C++. This textbook offers such an "upgrade direction" by means of offering a direction on C++ within the spirit of dependent programming. either authors train this fabric to a large choice of scholars and contain quite a few programming workouts to check a reader's knowing and to extend their self assurance in programming in C++.
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H. This function takes either two or three arguments. get( ) is used with two arguments, the first is the name of the char array to receive the entered string and the second is an int giving the maximum number of chars to accept for assignment. In the twoargument mode, the end of the string is signaled by striking enter (or, in more general terms, when the newline character, '\n', is encountered in the input stream). get(str, 80); " ,. If the user types in "Margaret A. Ellis" and strikes enter, str will hold s tr IM Ia Irig Ia Ir Ie It I IA I .
Like the case statement, the switch statement compares the value of an int expression, a char expression, and an expression of an enumerated type (which is actually an int), with a list of values in search of a match. If a match is found, the action associated with it is performed. 4 8 end. begin stmt5; stmt6 end; Control Structures 37 case 4: case 5: stmt4; break; stmt5; stmt6; break; case 8: } II No semicolon needed. The individual cases do not have to be listed in numerical order as they are in the example; and the formatting can be rearranged for clarity or preference.
2 Data Types and Data Structures 29 order of the arguments within strcpy( ), with the destination array on the left and the source array on the right, is the same as in an assignment. Also notice that though strcpy( ) is actually a function, it is invoked just like a procedure in Pascal. Finally, notice that the source string may be a literal. "; II Instead, do this with strcpy(). h is necessary for access to strcpy( ). • A string may be captured from the input stream and assigned to a char array using cin (for now, the functional equivalent of a read in Pascal), just as an int, float, or char.
Migrating from Pascal to C++ by Susan M. Merritt, Allen Stix (auth.)