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By Andrew Koenig, Barbara E. Moo

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ISBN: 020170353X
EAN: 9780201703535
ASIN: 020170353X
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
Publication Date: 2000-08-24
Number of Pages: 352
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Want to benefit tips to software in C++ instantly? are looking to commence writing greater, extra robust C++ courses this day? sped up C++'s uniquely smooth strategy might help you study swifter and extra fluently than you ever believed attainable. in line with the authors' extensive summer time C++ classes at Stanford collage, sped up C++ covers nearly each idea that C++ programmers will ever use -- however it turns the "traditional" C++ curriculum the other way up, beginning with the high-level C++ facts buildings and algorithms that allow you to write strong courses instantly. as soon as you're getting effects, speeded up C++ takes you "under the hood," introducing complicated language gains corresponding to reminiscence administration in context, and explaining precisely how and whilst to exploit them. From begin to end, the publication concentrates on fixing difficulties, instead of studying language and library good points for his or her personal sake. the outcome: You'll be writing real-world courses very quickly -- and striking code swifter than you ever imagined.

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Y Yields a bool indicating whether x is not equal to y x && y Yields a bool indicating whether both x and y are true. Evaluates y only if x is true. x || y Yields a bool indicating whether either x or y is true. Evaluates y only if x is false. x=y Assign the value of y to x, yielding x as its result. x op= y Compound assignment operators; equivalent to x = x op y, where op is an arithmetic or shift operator. x ? y1 : y2 Yields y1 if x is true; y2 otherwise. Evaluates only one of y1 and y2. There is usually no guarantee as to the order in which an expression's operands are evaluated.

The next statement defines midterm and final as having type double, which is the built-in type for double-precision floating-point numbers. There is also a single-precision floating-point type, called float. Even though it might seem that float is the appropriate type, it is almost always right to use double for floating-point computations. These types' names date back to when memory was much more expensive than it is today. The shorter floating-point type, called float, is permitted to offer as little precision as six significant (decimal) digits or so, which is not even enough to represent the price of a house to the nearest penny.

Variables can be defined in one of three ways: std::string hello = "Hello"; // define the variable with an explicit initial value std::string stars(100, '*'); // construct the variable // according to its type and the given expressions std::string name; // define the variable with an implicit initialization, // which depends on its type Variables defined inside a pair of curly braces are local variables/which exist only while executing the part of the program within the braces. When the implementation reaches the }, it destroys the variables, and returns any memory that they occupied to the system.

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