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  • The Three Characteristics of Variables (VCSU-MEP)
    exhibit looks at the three characteristics in more depth Since each one of these takes at least one exhibit choose from the following menu a What is a legal variable name b Variable types in C c The idea of

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1212/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Understanding Operators (VCSU-MEP)
    determines the order of operations b Arity is the number of operands an operator may have c Associativity is how operators associate with their operands d An operator may have different meanings e A mixed type expression contains different types

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1193/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Input and Output of Variables (VCSU-MEP)
    If we cannot display the information that has been computed then it does us no good a An introduction to Input and Output b Variable input using cin c Variable output using cout or x Exit to the Idea of

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/721/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Declaring Variables Revisited (VCSU-MEP)
    that they cannot be presented at once This lesson attempts to finish your knowledge of declarations by presenting some information that could not be shown initially a Using multiple keywords to specify a type b Type and value matching c Initial expressions d Declaration practice workroom or x Exit to Idea of a Variable lesson Links Using multiple keywords for a single type Type and Value Matching Initializer Expressions Variable

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1186/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Practice with the assignment statement (VCSU-MEP)
    the menu entries a Exercise a code machine that does a simple trace b Try declaration and assignment syntax with a work bench c A mixed mode example d Integer operators example or x Exit to the Idea of Variable

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1182/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Constants Revisited (VCSU-MEP)
    its value cannot change during the program The constants that have been seen so far are literals the type and value of the constant can be deduced only by looking at the constant For example when the following statement is encountered x 2 5 The value and type of the literal is obtained by inspection contrasted with the type of x which must be obtained from the declaration C also

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1230/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Side Effects (VCSU-MEP)
    statements x 5 2 cin y Both the and are side effect operators Their main purpose is to change the variables they operate on Read further in the following menu a Defining side effect operators using the assignment operator as an example b Side effect operators that increment and decrement c Compound assignment side effect operators d The precedence chart for side effect operators e Some examples using side effects

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1250/ (2013-06-12)
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  • Enhancing operators with functions (VCSU-MEP)
    operations are handled by functions this exhibit is about how to execute a function The mathematical operations implemented by functions are usually much more complex than simple arithmetic operations Every computer has an add or subtract implemented as a single machine language instruction but very few have sine implemented in that way there are many operations that no computer implements in hardware Thus a function must provide the capability to

    Original URL path: http://euler.vcsu.edu:7000/1251/ (2013-06-12)
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