Introduction to Programming (in C++) Data and statements. Jordi Cortadella, Ricard Gavaldà, Fernando Orejas Dept. of Computer Science, UPC - PDF

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Introduction to Programming (in C++) Data and statements Jordi Cortadella, Ricard Gavaldà, Fernando Orejas Dept. of Computer Science, UPC Outline Variables, data types and expressions Statements: Assignment Input/output Conditional statement Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 2 Variables and literals Variable: symbolic name to represent data values. A variable is usually associated with a memory location. Intuition: think of a variable as a box containing values of a certain type. int x bool z 3 true In C++ (and many other languages), variables must be declared before they are used. Literal: a constant of a certain type. Examples: -4, , 4.1e-8, true, Greenland Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 3 A data type specifies: Types The set of values that data of that type can have The type of operations that can be performed with the data. Every programming language has a set of basic data types. Basic data types in C++: int, double, bool, char, string, Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 4 Expressions Expression: a combination of literals, variables, operators and functions that is evaluated and returns a value Examples a + 3 (i - 1) sqrt(x) log(4 n) (i - 3) = x (a!= b) and (s = abc ) Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 5 STATEMENTS Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 6 Statements Any programming language has a set of basic statements to manipulate data (read, write and transform). A program consists of a combination of data and statements to perform some task. A program can become a new statement (function) that can be used in other programs. Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 7 Assignment Assignment is the fundamental statement of imperative languages: variable = expression Semantics: The value of the expression is evaluated The result is stored in the variable The previous value of the variable is lost Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 8 Assignment Examples int x, i, j;... // x=3, i=8, j=-2 x = 3 i + j; // x=22, i=8, j=-2 x = x i; // x=14, i=8, j=-2 j = 0; // x=14, i=8, j=0 Variable initialization Variables can be initialized with an expression in their declaration: double pi = ; double two_pi = 2 pi; string my_name = Jordi ; Recommendation: declare the variables when needed (not before). Initialize the variable in the same declaration whenever possible. Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 9 Sequence of statements A sequence of statements (not necessarily assignments) is executed sequentially: statement_1; statement_2;... statement_n; Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 10 Example: swapping the value of two variables Solution 1 Solution 2 int x, y; // Precondition: x=x, y=y x = y; y = x;? // Postcondition: x=y, y=x Why is this solution incorrect? int x, y; // Precondition: x=x, y=y int z = x; x = y; y = z; // Postcondition: x=y, y=x A temporary variable is required Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 11 Swapping two integers with only two variables // Pre: x=a, y=b x = x y; // x=a-b, y=b y = x + y; // x=a-b, y=a x = y - x // Post: x=b, y=a Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 12 Basic I/O in C++ cin and cout represent the program s default input and output devices respectively (usually, the keyboard and the display). Simple operations: // Read and store in a variable cin variable ; // Write the value of an expression cout expression ; Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 13 Examples of I/O in C++ #include iostream using namespace std;... int x, y; double z;... cin x y z; cout x y z + 1 endl;... in_out Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 14 Examples of I/O in C++ #include iostream using namespace std;... int x, y; double z;... cin x y z; cout x y , z+1 endl;... Some aesthetic formatting is usually required in_out , 3.75 Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 15 Quotient and remainder // Input: reads two integer numbers (a, b) // Output: writes the quotient and remainder // of a/b int main() { int a, b; cin a b; cout Quotient: a/b , Remainder: a%b endl; } Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 16 Revisiting time decomposition // Input: reads an integer N = 0 that represents // a certain time in seconds // Output: writes the decomposition of N in // hours (h), minutes (m) and seconds (s) // such that 0 = m 60 and 0 = s 60. int main() { int N; cin N; int s = N%60; N = N/60; cout N/60 N%60 s endl; } Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 17 Conditional statement if ( condition ) statement1 ; else statement2 ; condition is a Boolean expression Semantics: if the condition evaluates true, statement1 is executed, otherwise statement2 is executed. Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 18 Conditional statement: example int a, b, m;... // Calculation of the maximum of two numbers // Pre: a=a, b=b if (a = b) m = a; else m = b; // Post: a=a, b=b, m=max(a,b) Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 19 The else part is optional // Input: reads an integer number // Output: writes the absolute value // of the number int main() { } int a; cin a; if (a 0) a = -a; cout a endl; Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 20 Min and max of two numbers int a, b, minimum, maximum; // Pre: a=a, b=b // Post: a=a, b=b, // minimum=min(a,b), maximum=max(a,b) if (a = b) { minimum = b; maximum = a; } else { minimum = a; maximum = b; } Blocks of statements are enclosed inside { } Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 21 Max of three numbers (I) int a, b, c, m; // Pre: a=a, b=b, c=c // Post: a=a, b=b, c=c, m=max(a,b,c) {a,b,c} a b a b {a,c} {b,c} a c a c b c b c {a} {c} {b} {c} Decision tree Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 22 int a, b, c, m; Max of three numbers (I) // Pre: a=a, b=b, c=c // Post: a=a, b=b, c=c, m=max(a,b,c) if (a = b) { if (a = c) m = a; else m = c; } else { if (b = c) m = b; else m = c; } Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 23 Max of three numbers (II) int a, b, c, m; // Pre: a=a, b=b, c=c // Post: a=a, b=b, c=c, m=max(a,b,c) if (a = b and a = c) m = a; else if (b = c) m = b; else m = c; Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 24 Max of three numbers (III) int a, b, c, m; // Pre: a=a, b=b, c=c // Post: a=a, b=b, c=c, m=max(a,b,c) if (a = b) m = a; else m = b; if (c m) m = c; // m=max(a,b) Introduction to Programming Dept. CS, UPC 25
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