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1 Unit 3, Lesson 2 Data Types, Arithmetic,Variables, Input, Constants, & Library Functions Mr. Dave Clausen La Cañada High School

2 Vocabulary Variable- A variable holds data that can change while the program is running Constant- A constant is used to store data that remains the same throughout the program s execution Integers- Integers include the whole numbers and the negative numbers (no decimal points). Floating point numbers- Floating-point numbers are real numbers (have decimal points) Data type- Data type is a type of variable that best fits the nature of the data itself Mr. Dave Clausen 2

3 Integer Data Types When you are working with either positive numbers, negative numbers, or zero you should use integer data types for you variables Several integer data types are available in C++ (integer data types can vary by the complier) Mr. Dave Clausen 3

4 Simple Data Types: Integers Type int represent integers or whole numbers Some rules to follow: Plus signs do not need to be written before the number Minus signs must be written when using negative numbers Decimal points cannot be used Commas cannot be used Leading zeros should be avoided (octal or base 8 numbers) limits.h int_max int_min Mr. Dave Clausen 4

5 Simple Data Types: Double Type double used to represent real numbers many programmers use type float, the AP Board likes the extra precision of double avoid leading zeros, trailing zeros are ignored limits.h, float.h dbl_max, dbl_min, dbl_dig Mr. Dave Clausen 5

6 Simple Data Types: Characters Type char used to represent character data a single character which includes a space must be enclosed in single quotes eg.. d Escape sequences treated as single char \n newline \ apostrophe \ double quote \t tab Mr. Dave Clausen 6

7 Simple Data Types: Booleans Type bool A Boolean Variable is a variable that can have only two possible values: true false Boolean variables help us represent answers as yes, no, true, or false. Mr. Dave Clausen 7

8 Primitives Simple data types such as: int float double char bool are called Primitive data types, or Primitives for short. Mr. Dave Clausen 8

9 Integer Arithmetic + - * / % Addition Subtraction Multiplication Quotient (Integer Division) Remainder (Modulus) Quotient Divisor Dividend + Remainder Divisor Mr. Dave Clausen 9

10 Integer Order Of Operations Expressions within parentheses nested parentheses: from inside out * (multiplication), % (modulus), / (division) from left to right + (addition), - (subtraction) from left to right Mr. Dave Clausen 10

11 Integer Arithmetic (Examples) (3-4)*5 = 3 * (-2)( = 17 / 3 = 17 % 3 = 17 / (-3)( = -17 % 7 = %17= Mr. Dave Clausen 11

12 Integers Stored as binary numbers inside the computer. Integers produce exact answers Int_Min and Int_Max -32,768 and 32,767 Integer Overflow a number is too large or too small to store no error message unpredictable value Mr. Dave Clausen 12

13 Real Number Arithmetic Type double: + - * / Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Mr. Dave Clausen 13

14 Real Number Order Of Operations Expressions within parentheses nested parentheses: from inside out * (multiplication), / (division) from left to right + (addition), - (subtraction) from left to right Mr. Dave Clausen 14

15 Real Number Arithmetic (Examples) 2.0 * ( ) = 2.0 * = / ( ) = 3.1 * 2.0 = / = Mr. Dave Clausen 15

16 Real Numbers Bring Calculators to check your math Are stored using binary numbers Round Off Error 1.0/3.0 = Underflow very small numbers may be stored as zero stored as zero Mr. Dave Clausen 16

17 Real Numbers Representational errors precision of data reduced because of the order in which operations are performed ( ) = = ( ) = 0.3 if three digits of accuracy are the computers limit = or = 0.3 Mr. Dave Clausen 17

18 Real Numbers Cancellation Error lost data due to differences in the precision of operands = but only 2.00 if 3 digits of precision If possible, add all small numbers before adding to a larger number Real Overflow: trying to store very large numbers Mr. Dave Clausen 18

19 Identifiers Must start with a letter of the alphabet or underscore _ (we will not use underscores to start identifiers) after your first letter, you can use numbers or letters or underscore characters (no spaces) length determined by compiler Borland C++ unlimited common use is to name variables & constants Mr. Dave Clausen 19

20 Variables and Constants Computers store data in many complex arrangements called data structures. Most data is stored in either variables or constants. Variables hold data that can change while the program is running. Constants are used to store data that remains the same throughout the program's execution. Variables must be declared before they are used. Variables should also be initialized to clear any random values that may be in the memory location. When a variable is declared, it must be given a legal name called an identifier. Constants are declared in a way similar to variables. The const keyword tells the compiler that the data is a constant. The constant must be assigned a value in the declaration statement. Mr. Dave Clausen 20

21 Variables and Constants 2 Memory Location storage cell that can be accessed by address Variable memory location, referenced by identifier, whose value can be changed during a program Constant Symbol whose value can t be changed while the program is running. Mr. Dave Clausen 21

22 Naming Variables The names of variables are typically referred to as identifiers When naming variables, use descriptive names and consider how the might help the programmer recall the variable s purpose For example, the circumference of a circle should be stored in a variable named circumference. Mr. Dave Clausen 22

23 Software Engineering Self-documenting code Code that is written using descriptive identifiers Always use descriptive variable names and constant names Remember: aim for 5 to 15 characters Borland C++ for Windows both can handle 32 characters for identifier names Mr. Dave Clausen 23

24 Declaring and Naming Variables Indicating to the complier what type of variable you want and what you want to name it is called Declaring the variable You must declare a variable before you can use it The C++ statement declaring a variable must include the data type followed by the name you wish to call the variable and semicolon Programming Style: : variable names are all lower case. If more than one word, use an underscore between the two words as spaces are not allowed in identifier names. Mr. Dave Clausen 24

25 Declaring Variables Variables must be declared before they can be used. For example: int sum; double average; char menu_choice; bool is_prime; Mr. Dave Clausen 25

26 Initializing Variables The complier assigns a location in memory to a variable when it is declared However, a value already exists in the space reserved for your variable To initialize a variable, you simply assign it a value The assignment operator (=) is used to assign a value to a variable Mr. Dave Clausen 26

27 Declaring and Initializing Variables Variables can be declared and assigned an initial value in the same step: For example: int sum = 0; double average = 0.0; char menu_choice = q ; bool is_prime = false; Mr. Dave Clausen 27

28 Variable Example #include <iostream.h> // necessary for cout command int main() { } int i; // declare i as an integer i = 2; // initialize i to 2 cout << i << endl; return 0; Mr. Dave Clausen 28

29 Assignment Statements A Method of putting values into memory locations <variable name> = <value>; <variable name> = <expression>; Assignment is made from right to left Constants can t be on left side of statement Expression is a Constant or variable or combination thereof Mr. Dave Clausen 29

30 Assignment Statements Values on right side not normally changed variable and expression must be of compatible data types (more later) Previous value of variable discarded to make room for the new value For now, char, int, and double are compatible with each other Mr. Dave Clausen 30

31 Assignment Examples score1 = 72.3; score2 = 89.4; score3 = 95.6; average = (score1 + score2 + score3) / 3.0 why not divide by 3 instead of 3.0? Mr. Dave Clausen 31

32 Compound Assignments Short hand notation for frequently used assignments (We will not use these for readability of our programs.) Short hand x += y x -= y x *= y x /= y x %= y Longer form x = x + y x = x - y x = x * y x = x / y x = x % y Mr. Dave Clausen 32

33 Sample Program Here is a program that prints data about the cost of three textbooks and calculates the average price of the books: Books.cpp Mr. Dave Clausen 33

34 Type char Character Data each char is associated with an integer value Collating sequence order of character data used by the computer Character set the character list available ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) on our systems Mr. Dave Clausen 34

35 ASCII Code NUL SOH STX ETX EOT ENQ ACK BEL BS HT 1 LF VT FF CR SO SI DLE DC1 DC2 DC3 2 DC4 NAK SYN ETB CAN EM SUB ESC FS GS 3 RS US SP! " # \$ % & ` 4 ( ) * +, -. / : ; 6 < = A B C D E 7 F G H I J K L M N O 8 P Q R S T U V W X Y 9 Z [ \ ] ^ _ ' a b c 10 d e f g h i j k l m 11 n o p q r s t u v w 12 x y z { } ~ DEL Mr. Dave Clausen 35

36 Full ASCII Code Chart Mr. Dave Clausen 36

37 Constants Symbolic constant: PI Literal constant: 3.14 Constant declaration section after Preprocessor Directives before type definition section, program heading, and the int main( ) function. Literal constant is assigned to symbolic constant const double PI = 3.14; Programming Style for constants is ALL_CAPS Mr. Dave Clausen 37

38 Rationale for using Constants Programs are easier to read Easier to change values that are currently fixed but subject to change in the future i.e. STATE_TAX_RATE change one line, rather than searching every line Programs more reliable fewer chances for typos compiler will catch named constant typos Mr. Dave Clausen 38

39 Library Constants What are the ranges from minimum to maximum for the types char, int, double, etc.? # include <limits.h>; # include <float.h>; Varies by computer system Here is a test program to display the values sizes.cpp Mr. Dave Clausen 39

40 Input Cin (pronounced see-in) gets data from keyboard, the standard input stream extractor operator >> obtain input from standard input stream and direct it to a variable (extract from stream to variable) inserter operator << insert data into standard output stream EGG ILL Extractor Greater Greater, Inserter Less Less Mr. Dave Clausen 40

41 Input Data read in from keyboard must match the type of variable used to store data Interactive Input enter values from keyboard while the program is running cin causes the program to stop and wait for the user to enter data from the keyboard prompt the user for the data (user friendly) Mr. Dave Clausen 41

42 Input: Sample Programs No prompt for any of the data values: input.cpp input.txt One prompt for each data value (preferred) triples.cpp triples.txt Mr. Dave Clausen 42

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