Steve Donovan's C++ by Example: ''UnderC'' Learning Edition PDF

By Steve Donovan

ISBN-10: 0768654807

ISBN-13: 9780768654806

ISBN-10: 0789726769

ISBN-13: 9780789726766

C++ via instance contains 'UnderC,' an open-source language interpreter built by means of the writer, which indicates the results of every one new programming approach immediately, permitting beginners to test in a extra dynamic studying atmosphere. The booklet begins with the basics of the language, together with expressions, variables, capabilities, and definitions after which covers the most typical C++ good points includingOrganizing info with ArraysStandard Algorithms and ContainersUsing Libraries inside C++ programsGoing past Arrays with StructuresUsing PointersManipulating facts utilizing OperatorsThe moment half the e-book covers OOP, together with periods, Inheritance, Encapsulation, and extra. the ultimate chapters comprise invaluable command and library references and appendices overlaying the preprocessor and freeware C++ compilers.

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The following function prints out an integer value, but does not return a value. ;> void show(int I) ;> { ;1> cout << “I = “ << I << endl; ;1> } ;> show(42); I = 42 ;> There are two interesting things about this function: It has no return statement, and it genuinely has no value, which you can see when you use it interactively at the UnderC prompt. The void function is the only kind of function that doesn’t need a return statement—because there isn’t anything to return! Not returning a value is again another odd thing mathematically, but C++ functions do not play by the same rules as mathematical functions.

The value of a constant is set immediately: ;> const int ONE=1, TWO=2*ONE, THREE=3*TWO; Using Enumerations Another way to create constants in C++ is to use enumerations. By using the enum keyword, you specify a set of names and let the compiler generate unique values for them. The names are enclosed in braces ({}) and separated by commas. EXAMPLE ;> enum { APPLE,BANANA,ORANGE,PEACH }; ;> APPLE; BANANA; ORANGE; PEACH; (int) APPLE = 0 (int) BANANA = 1 (int) ORANGE = 2 (int) PEACH = 3 Using enumerations is particularly useful if you want a set of constants— such as NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, and WEST—but don’t particularly care what their exact values are.

Variables 13 NOTE You may recognize the four C++ integer types from Java, but beware! The C++ char type is ASCII, which is 8 bits; the Java char type is Unicode, which is 16 bits. Unicode encodes all the non-Roman characters (for example, Greek, Chinese) as well as ASCII. Standard C++ defines wchar (that is, wide char) for Unicode applications, and this is the same as the Java char type. Unlike Java, which is meant to be a machine-independent standard, C++ uses the most efficient sizes possible.

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