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3 constants - &'+!6 &%5\$+ &/,"\$ int main() int num_of_students; double failure_rate; char success_sign, failure_sign; num_of_students = 600; success_sign = + ; failure_sign = F ; if (failure_rate > 025) 0\$)%)% 3'8'(*, -!)0% -!&'*( -!&!')!&'*(' -!!%)) -!&'*( -!''3!" //9) 1002 :0/)* 3',3%/0!'%& '+#&%,2'#+!9* \$3 :(variable) /,3%) 3!,+3/ 30'& #'*& -!"'7,/ -!,'3, -!#)%, '*',3!,+3/ 3*'3+ 2'#+!9* x 5 \$3/ 2+'3 " -% 330"!8+ 8&', :(identifier) //9) /!"(,'0 '\$ 1'!40,/,3%)0 3'#1,3'!3'\$) *+#') 3'!/0 0'+! //9) - /#1* 0!73/0 0'+! ',!\$ :\$ '_' '3/' \$0 0*\$) 3'&)%)!0&* -!/9) #'7*0 ;0)') - (!8!) -!0*#'1) grade_of_semester_a = test_grade * gsa = tg * hg * factor; hw_grade * factor; /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 10 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 9,5+0#\$+ +, &'+!6 &&"\$\$+ &\$)" - &&0-2\$ &'+!6 39'#7) &'*( 3\$#(, " " :'3* /,'3,/ -!''3 3#81 -/0 %!% 3'&)%)/ 3\$ -!''3/' -!0!)/ -!8*\$),39'#7)/ :'3* : 0%)0 39'#7)0 ;'7) "a = b + c"; printf("return 1"); #'*!7 30'& 3&"*3) \$0-3!,+3/ -'!10 -#'5 \$0-39'#7) &'*( \$!/ a /0!)/ '3 &'*( \$!/ a!"#\$! :(3!(07 /)!%#) -!87'!) '3!&'*( '\n' /#'% #*&) - '\"' -!!%#5 - :-!)0% -!&'*(0 3'\$)5' x1B7 - : -!!%)) -!&'*(0 3'\$)5' e+9-2e7 2e-7-2 &'*(/) /,'% 2'\$* 2'#+!9* 5"'!) 20 &'*(/ /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 12 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 11

4 %&&/3+, #define &"' &&)+!\$&2 &'+!6,0(7% /%/ 0% 2!!,*!,*\$ (keywords) 3'#')% -!0) - (identifiers) -!/9) - #define! & -!!0'*)!1 -!&'*( 3#85/ - -!!1!1* &8!)!1'!4 C 3%* 3!,+'3 /,*) (comments) 3'#&/ - (functions) 3'!"(,' - #include! & -!!,'"!7 8'(!&4( 300+/ - (-!#1) 10 -'+!1) -8'(/ #'&!%/) 3!,+'30 -!#'!%' 3'1'3 0+ '07'! preprocessing-/ *0%*% :+0 3)#'5 /\$*/ /\$#'// !''3/ 3#81* MAX_SIZE 0% -!&')/ #define MAX_SIZE !07') -,!\$ 39'#7) :'3* MAX_SIZE 0% -!&') 2'#+!9 '#'*& /"(') \$0' /,3%) ',,!\$ MAX_SIZE :*0 ')!% : '9 /#85/* %')!%0 3'*!1 3!,+3 :'/0,88'*!',!% 3'&")\$*,3#%\$) 0",/ &'*(/ 3#85/ - -!,'3, * 304)/ 3!,+30 -!,'3, * 304)/ 0% 3'#9'7 3'80(/ 3+1'7' 3!,+3/ 3'\$!#(0 3)#'3 PI &'*( 3#85/ -!""#\$% &'(% )*!+)*", #define PI ::'#\$ #1) scanf #define EOF -1 :31', /)5'8 - /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 14 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 13 &\$)"% &2+-&8% C,-"! &'+!6+ &/,"\$ &2+-&8 int ',!/!1!1*/ 1'!4/ 3#7\$ 2)'1) -\$ \$0\$,int 1'!4) ',!/ -0% &'*( 0+ 5'"!!0 -!"(')/ -!3*/ #1) 3\$ &*'( ',!\$ ANSI-C 0% 4#)/ -!3* :#8* -!"('),-'!+ 3'"',/ 3'+#&)* int 1'!4) :#& : 5"!!0 23!,% -!)0%/ -!+#&/ -'73 3\$ &*'( int 0% '08'5-2 15,,-1,0,1, ,,-1,0,1, :(-!4!* 16) -!3* 2 - :(-!4!* 32) -!3* = 32768, 2 31 = int num, sum; double weight = 00; char digit = '4'; -!,'% -!1'!4 -!,3%)0-5,-!&'*(0 /)'8* %')!% -/* /%&,%!,0 -!,3%) #!85/0 %! :#0!!)'(0 /\$#'/ /,!/ /#85// -!\$3)/ 08'5* 2'#+!9* \$3 3'"(/0-2'3,/ -%* '0 \$'#(0-2'3,/ 1'!4/!0 ',+'3 3\$ %#0-0'73!\$ -5 6!1'/0 23!, - 8"!+,'#'*& /"(')% 2'#+!9/ \$3 08'5 3\$ &*'( /,3%)/ 1'!4 23!, 23'\$ 3'0'&/ 3\$' '* /#')%/ 3!#\$,!*/ /#81/ 3\$ -!%#) '!0& &"*0 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 16 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 15

5 &++, 7+1&& 9"\$% - &\$)"% &2+-&8% -0% 1'!4) -,!/ ' n' ' 0' ' a' ' A' 2'5+ '3!&'*( 2/!,!* /"',/ -0% :#& ' '+!!%)/ 3'&'8! 3'\$0*4 3')!!( :/!-0&,ASCII 30*4 \$!/ \0 0 1 A B a b DEL 3\$ #')%0 3,)-0& (!1),88'* 3!* '08'5%,char 1'!4) /,3%) ASCII 30*4* -!&!')/ -!+#&/ 0+ char letter = 'd'; char letter = 100; :3'0'(% 3'\$*/ 3')%// 3,!7*) char, short, long :-!1', -!)0% -!1'!4 :8!)3 -!!(3) (1'3 1'!4 0+% -!3*/ #1)) -!085/ 1 = char! short! int! long -!1'!4/ 3')%!,0 unsigned /#')%/ /0!)/ 31'/!8! 0& -'73 3\$ 0!+,' -!!0!0%/ -!#1)/ 5'"!! 0& #3'', -!)0%/ 5'"!!0 -!,3!,/ -!*'!7/ -!#1)/ :/)5' ,,-1,0,1, :(-!3* 4 7!,,) int /,3%) - 0,1, :unsigned int /,3%) - /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 18 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 17 %"#\$% :ASCII-%,)!8 %"#\$% :ASCII-%,)!8 Macintosh-9 \$ gcc -lc ascii_tablec -o ascii_tableout Macintosh-9 \$ /ascii_tableout '!' = 33 '"' = 34 '#' = 35 '\$' = 36 '%' = 37 '&' = 38 ''' = 39 '(' = 40 Macintosh-9 \$ #include <stdioh> int main() char val; int i; for (i = 33; i < 41; i++) val = i; printf("\ %c\ = %d\n",val,val); return 0; RUN See the complete table in /\$"#/ 1 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 20 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 19

6 %-1% %(+6/%,8&"! 7+1&& &&"\$\$% &2+-&8% :-!!#\$,!* -!#*%+ *%7)* -!5"'!) /" '(,* -!#1)/ sign exponent mantissa (!'8)* -!5"'!) 2 0% /(97-3,)% -!#*%' -!)0% -!#1) - *#'()* -!5"'!) -!#7\$ -!#*% '73/ 3\$ /0!85) /#3!/,3'!*!1 #3'!!8!-0& 5"'!) 1'!4 #%\$+ (7''4/ '\$/' ('!8/ 085 /\$"'3+') exponent-/ '\$/' mantissa-/ 0% double ',!/!1!1*/ 1'!4/ 3#7\$ 2)'1) -\$ \$0\$,double 1'!4) -,!/ -!!%)) -!&'*( :-!)!!() -!085/ float, long double :-!1', -!%)) -!1'!4 float! double! long double -!3* 4 \$'/ float #'*&' -!3* 8 \$'/ double #'*& ;', 08'5 (floating point) /"/ /8'(,/ 34!%* -!5"'!) -!!%))/ -!#1)/ *'#! 0& *#'() ',!/ *%7)* -!!%)) -!#1) 5'"!! ('!8/ 3)# 3\$ 2+' -!5"'!)/ -!#1)/ -'73 3\$ &*(! 1'!4/ 08'5 *'#!(/ 0% /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 22 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 21 C,-"!,&/3+, %/!\$ %&&/3+, /* * The traditional first program in honor of * Dennis Ritchie who invented C at Bell Labs * in 1972 */ ;*'( 300+/ #include<stdioh> int main() main "#\$%&'(" printf("hello World!\n"); return 0; #97') :#&!"& :1)0 /18/ /!"(,'0 /\$!#( /#&/ /%/ 0% 2!!,*!,*\$ (keywords) 3'#')% -!0) - (identifiers) -!/9) - #define! & -!!0'*)!1 -!&'*( 3#85/ - -!!1!1* &8!)!1'!4 C 3%* 3!,+'3 /,*) (comments) 3'#&/ - (functions) 3'!"(,' - #include! & -!!,'"!7 8'(!&4( 300+/ - (-!#1) 10 -'+!1) -8'(/ #'&!%/) 3!,+'30 -!#'!%' 3'1'3 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 24 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 23

7 ,+0'% %&16/+- &08\$0- %2&/3,+&16/+- 8)-\8)6 &30' *1+\$ :/0'+! #%\$ *'%!7 38!7! (function) /!"(,' (-!#4)#) -!+#& 0*(0 - -!'1) *'%!7 *%70 - (-!1', -!#*8') 40/40( &"*0 - :#& #!97/0 -,procedure, subroutine -!7,')* -5 -!%)3%) 3'#7\$ 3'%* :%! /!"(,' 0+0 /#97/ :#& 3\$' 30*() \$!/% -!#4)#/,/)% 3\$ 3#\$3)/ /#/"/ - /#/"// 3\$,#3!/ 2!*,/0!+) /#85/ /!"(,'/ 6'5 3#85/ - /!0& /#/"// \$'*0 3*!!7 /!"(,'* %')!%/!,0 1#'(/ :%)/* 3'!"(,' 3'8'\$ *!7#, ',\$ /* */ :'3* (comment) /#&/ */ 6'#"* 3)!!31)' /* 6'#"* /0!73) /#&// - 3'#'% #1)!, 0& &#3%/0 /0'+! /#&/ - :(nested) 3',,'() 3'#&/0 3'#%\$ 2!\$ /* This is /* a very long /* comment */ /* 2nd comment*/ :/#'%/ 6'10 8& //!#7\$ \$*% 41(4-5 \$!/ /#&/ C99 2(3!0 // This is a comment a = b + c; // This is another comment /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 26 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 25 #include &"',))3%+,0,+3 &1!6 %\$7+(,+&16/+- 0!+) #%\$ " h" 3)'!1 0&* ;*'( :(header file) 3#3'+ ;*'( -!!,'"!7 -!)"& 0& 3'#/"/ #97') 1'!4 -% float power(float x, int n); :8*0* /#/"/ #include <stdioh>//!"#-!"\$ %&'(\$)&# "* %&+,(, "'- #include <mathh> // %&'!% %&'(\$)&# "* %&+,(, "'- 3#3'+ ;*'( 0!0+/0 /!7,/ ',\$% 2''!+ stdioh 0% /00+/ /,%!,',!\$#% HelloWorld 3!,+'3* \$0 8'(/ '9 /00+/ \$00 -% 3#/"')/ printf /!"(,'* -!%)3%) /!"(,'/ 0& /#/"/ 3'\$#0 /") #0!!)'(/!+ /!"0!)'( #*'& /!/ /* %')!%/!,0 float power(float x, int n) float p; int i; p = 10; for (i = 0; i < n; i++) p = p*x; return p; -!#4)#!,% :/#85/ /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 28 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 27

8 scanf &"' 3# 8)- :stdioh :!+6% printf &"' 3# 8)6 :stdioh :!+6%,(0'5#3* 4'#!) /#(* 39'#7) \$'/ 2'%\$#/ 4,)'5#\$/ :-!#4)# 4)#'/!0 \$'#(0 %! -3'\$ -!,3%)/ -!\$* /!#7\$' /#(*/ 39'#7)* #'3* \$*/ %-/ 8'(0 -!\$3) 4,)'5#\$ 0+ - (:%)/* &'8) 2!*,) /,3%)/ -%!,0 & 6!1'/0 %! - 0% /#()* -1 '\$,/70"/* '\$#(,% -!,'3,/ #1) :/#97/ :#& 2'0%+ 7'+%0 \$0 &-" )* int i; double x; float y; scanf("%d%lf%f", &i, &x, &y); :/)5'8,(0'5#3* 4'#!) /#(* 39'#7) \$'/ 2'%\$#/ 4,)'5#\$/ :-!#4)# 4)#'/!0 *'3+0 %! -3'\$ -!+#&/ -!\$* /!#7\$' /#(*/ 39'#7)* #'3* \$*/ % -/ 8'(0 -!\$3) 4,)'5#\$ 0+ - \$'/% ')+ 18'!% (% \$00) 0!5# 41(4 0!+/0-5 /0'+! /#(*/ 39'#7) - 2'0%!+ 3&*!0!0% #1) '\$,'*3+,% -!''3/ #1) :/#97/ :#& printf("just printing text\n"); int i = 5; printf("the average of (%d,%d,%d) is %f", 1, i, 5, (1+i+5)/30); :3'\$)5'8 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 30 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 29 %&&/3+, main %&16/+-% /%/ 0% 2!!,*!,*\$ (keywords) 3'#')% -!0) - (identifiers) -!/9) - #define! & -!!0'*)!1 -!&'*( 3#85/ - -!!1!1* &8!)!1'!4 C 3%* 3!,+'3 /,*) (comments) 3'#&/ - (functions) 3'!"(,' - #include! & -!!,'"!7 8'(!&4( 300+/ - (-!#1) 10 -'+!1) -8'(/ #'&!%/) 3!,+'30 -!#'!%' 3'1'3 &'"!*/ main \$'/ /)% #%\$ /!"(,' 0!+/0 3*!!7 C-* 3!,+'3 '9 /!"(,'* 07! 3!,+'3/ 0%!%&)/ int main() -!#4)# 30*() /,!\$ main!+ 7!,, /9 *0%* #97') /9 :#& "3!,+'3/ -'!1 8'(" \$'/ /,)) #97')/ :#&/ /0&// 3+#&)0 /70"/* -'!1 :0 -!/%0+ /!!&* :0-) /,'% - /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 32 /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 31

9 &0+-&" &0-2\$ +3&2),&/3+, 0!'" 0+'&"\$ &0-2\$ 10 +3&2),&/3+, #include <stdioh> int main() int i, sum = 0, value, num_of_values; RUN #include <stdioh> int main() int i, sum, value; printf("please enter number of values\n"); scanf("%d", &num_of_values); for (i = 0; i < num_of_values; i++) printf("enter the next integer: "); scanf("%d", &value); sum = sum + value; printf("the sum of the %d numbers is %d\n", num_of_values, sum); return 0; sum = 0; for( i = 0; i < 10; i++ ) scanf("%d", &value); sum = sum + value; printf("%d \n", sum); return 0; /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 34 /\$"#/ 1 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 33,+-2+,% )' &0!2% %10% &0-2\$ +3&2),&/3+, %)3%)/ -& 7!%-'8 300'+/ 3!,+3 /,!/ 3!*!4(\$#4,!\$ 3!,+3 40' 40( 3'8'( :#8 -!4%)* '0 #!*1/0 "%)3%)0 3!3'8!8!" 3'!/0 3!,+3/ 0& '0 23!,% 40/ '/)' &"*0 '!0& /) -!#'#* /"!#/ 2)9* %)3%)/!8!-0& &*(, -!)+'1)/ -!+#&/ #1) RUN - /1,, '\$'*?#1) -'()* 3'\$ 1!,+! %)3%)/ -\$' -!+#& 3'\$")!/ 0%* 3!,+3/ 3"!# %'*!% 3&,') 40(/ 3'!('7 3(!8* - 40(* -!!'5% Macintosh-9 \$ gcc -lc better_sumc -o better_sumout Macintosh-9 \$ /better_sumout Please enter number of values 4 Enter the next integer: 2 Enter the next integer: 3 Enter the next integer: 4 Enter the next integer: 5 The sum of the 4 numbers is 14 Macintosh-9 \$ /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 36 /\$"#/ 1 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 35

10 8)6,6&(! &0-2\$ 10 +3&2),&/3+, %10% - &+7" 8)6 printf("please enter number of values\n"); if (scanf("%d", &numbers_to_read) < 1) printf("failed reading the number of values\n"); return 1; 31', /(!8* /9!\$ /)?3'%&0!\$8+ ' 1) 1!,+, -\$ /#(!?-0% \$0 for( i = 0; i < numbers_to_read; i++ ) printf("enter the next integer: "); if (scanf("%d", &value) < 1) printf("failed reading value %d\n", i + 1); return 1; sum = sum + value; Macintosh-9 \$ /better_sumout Please enter number of values 4 Enter the next integer: a Enter the next integer: Enter the next integer: Enter the next integer: The sum of the 4 numbers is 0 Macintosh-9 \$ /\$"#/ 2 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 38 /\$"#/ 1 3'#')% 3'!'+9/ 0+ *%7)/!&8)0 \$'*) 37

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