A First Book of C++, Fourth Edition by Gary J. Bronson

By Gary J. Bronson

Gary Bronson's a primary booklet OF C++, Fourth version, takes a hands-on, utilized method of the 1st programming language path for college students learning laptop technology. The ebook starts with procedural programming in C, after which steadily introduces object-oriented programming gains and the C++ language syntax that allows first-time programmers to exploit them.

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B. In what order do you think a main() function might execute these functions (based on their names)? 3. (Practice) Assume the following functions have been written: inputPrice(),ƒcalcSalestax(),ƒcalcTotal() a. Based on their names, what do you think each function might do? b. In what order do you think a main() function might execute these functions (based on their names)? 4. (Practice) Determine names for functions that do the following: a. Find the average of a set of numbers. b. Find the area of a rectangle.

9 illustrates a function that accepts two numbers as inputs and multiplies the two numbers to produce a result. The interface to the function is its inputs and results. The method by which inputs are converted to results is encapsulated and hidden within the function. In this regard, the function can be thought of as a single unit providing a special-purpose operation. 1c 13 A multiplying function 1/18/11 10:43 AM 14 Getting Started A similar analogy is suitable for a class. A class, which encapsulates both data and operations, can be thought of as a complete processing plant containing all the raw materials (the data being operated on) and all the machines (functions) needed for input, output, and processing of these materials.

An important requirement for designing a good function or class is giving it a name that conveys some idea of what the function or class does. The names allowed for functions and classes are also used to name other elements of the C++ language and are collectively referred to as identifiers. Identifiers can be made up of any combination of letters, digits, and underscores ( _ ) selected according to the following rules: 1. The first character of the name must be a letter or an underscore. 2. Only letters, digits, or underscores can follow the first letter.

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