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Migrating from Pascal to C++ by Susan M. Merritt, Allen Stix (auth.)

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By Susan M. Merritt, Allen Stix (auth.)

Many scholars and programmers accustomed to Pascal at the moment are trying to improve their talents to a well-structured object-oriented programming language akin to C++. This textbook presents such an "upgrade course" through proposing a direction on C++ within the spirit of based programming. either authors educate this fabric to a wide selection of scholars and contain a number of programming workouts to check a reader's figuring out and to extend their self assurance in programming in C++.

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Migrating from Pascal to C++

Many scholars and programmers acquainted with Pascal are actually trying to improve their abilities to a well-structured object-oriented programming language akin to C++. This textbook offers such an "upgrade direction" through proposing a path on C++ within the spirit of dependent programming. either authors train this fabric to a large choice of scholars and comprise various programming workouts to check a reader's figuring out and to extend their self belief in programming in C++.

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Constants Pascal offers constants, user-defined enumerations of constants, and subranges. C++ has constants and enumerations, but no subranges. 2 Data Types and Data Structures 21 The convention in C++ is to define constants with names in upper case. 14; BLANK TOP_GRADE NUM_ROWS NUM_COLS E_TO_THE_PI PI_TO_THE_E . ,. 459; In C++, keyword canst is used along with the data type of the value being assigned to the identifier. A constant may be defined anywhere a variable may be defined, and the definition of constants may be interspersed with the definition of variables.

Repeat game; writeln; write('Want to play again? (YIN) '); readln( again ); until «again = 'N') or (again = 'n')); do { game (); cout « endl; cout « "Want to play again? cin »again; } while (again=='Y' II (YIN) "; again=='y'); parentheses around the The for Loop The heading of the C++ for statement contains the three specifications needed to define the execution of the loop: The initialization of control variable; here, the control variable i and is set to 1, but the starting value could have come by way of any arithmetic expression.

The resulting quotient is a float if either or both of the operands are floats. It is an int when both of the operands are ints, the same integer that would be obtained in Pascal with div. The modulus operator, represented by the percentage symbol % works just as mod does in Pascal. Both operands must be ints. In C++, arithmetic expressions are evaluated in accordance with the same precedence hierarchy, the same left-to-right associativity for the binary operators, and right-to-Ieft associativity for unary minus and plus, and the same use of parentheses as in Pascal.

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