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### 17-multiDimensionalArrays

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Arrays CSCE Multi-Dimensional 110 From James Tams material J. Michael Moore When To Use Arrays Of Different _______________ Determined by the data the number ____________________ ___________ determines the number ______________ to use. Examples: (1D array) Tracking grades for a class Each cell contains the grade for a student i.e., grades[i] There is _________________ that specifies which students grades are...

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Arrays CSCE Multi-Dimensional 110 From James Tams material J. Michael Moore When To Use Arrays Of Different _______________ Determined by the data the number ____________________ ___________ determines the number ______________ to use. Examples: (1D array) Tracking grades for a class Each cell contains the grade for a student i.e., grades[i] There is _________________ that specifies which students grades are being accessed One dimension (which student) (2D array) Expanded grades program Again there is ____________ that specifies which students grades are being accessed The __________________ can be used to specify which lab assignment J. Michael Moore When To Use Arrays Of Different Dimensions (2D array continued) Student Lab grade First Second Third student student student Lab1 Lab2 Lab3 Lab4 Lab5 : LabN J. Michael Moore When To Use Arrays Of Different Dimensions (2D array continued) A _________ is an Notice that each row is merely a _________ array containing rows of _________ Columns [1] [2] [3] [4] [1] [2] [3] Rows [4] [5] J. Michael Moore When To Use Arrays Of Different Dimensions (3D array take the ________ but allow for multiple ______). The _______________________ specifies which section grades are being tracked. Section (Z) Student (X = column) Note: Lab Assignment (Y = row) 1.The standard approach for specifying the dimensions is to specify the row coordinate (Y) and then the column coordinate (X). 2.The size of a _________ must be the same for all elements along that _______ e.g., all ____ must be of the same ____ J. Michael Moore When To Use Arrays Of Different Dimensions Section 503 Section 502 Section 501 Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Lab1 Lab2 Lab3 Lab4 Lab5 Lab6 Lab7 J. Michael Moore Declaring Multi-Dimensional Arrays Format: (Two dimensional arrays) Name : array [min..max, min..max] of type; _____ _______ (Three dimensional arrays) Name : array [min..max, min..max, min..max] of type; Examples: var johnFinances : array [1..3, 1..7] of real; var cube : array [1..6, 1..6, 1..6] of char; J. Michael Moore Declaring Multi-Dimensional Arrays As A Type Format: Type declaration Type name = array [min..max, min..max] of element type; name = array [min..max, min..max, min..max] of element type; Variable declaration array name : Type name; J. Michael Moore Declaring Multi-Dimensional Arrays As A Type Example: Type declaration Finances = array [1..3, 1..7] of real; Cube = array 1..6, [1..6, 1..6] of char; Variable declaration var johnFinances : Finances; var aCube : Cube; J. Michael Moore Accessing / Assigning Values To Elements Format: name [row][column] := value; Example: finances [1][1] := 4500; writeln (finances[1][1]); OR finances [1, 1] := 4500; writeln (finances[1, 1]); J. Michael Moore Multi-Dimensional Arrays And Input/Output Arrays of ___________________ (including multi-dimensional _________________ arrays) cannot be passed as parameters to: read, readln, write, writeln. Only ______________________ can be passed as parameters to these procedures. J. Michael Moore A Character-Based Grid program gridExample (input, output); const MAX_ROWS = 4; MAX_COLUMNS = 4; NUM_COMBINATIONS = 10; type Grid = array[1..MAX_ROWS, 1..MAX_COLUMNS] of char; J. Michael Moore A Character-Based Grid (2) function generateElement (temp : integer) : char; var anElement : char; begin case (temp) of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 : anElement := ' '; 7, 8, 9: anElement := '*'; 10: anElement := '.'; J. Michael Moore A Character-Based Grid (3) else {still in case statement} begin writeln('<< Error with the random # generator.>>'); writeln('<< Value should be 1-',NUM_COMBINATIONS, ' but random value is ', temp); anElement := '!'; end; end; generateElement := anElement; end; J. Michael Moore A Character-Based Grid procedure initialize (var aGrid : Grid); var r : integer; c : integer; temp : integer; begin for r := 1 to MAX_ROWS do begin for c := 1 to MAX_COLUMNS do begin temp := random(NUM_COMBINATIONS) + 1; aGrid[r][c] := generateElement(temp); end; end; end; J. Michael Moore A Character-Based Grid (5) procedure display (aGrid : Grid); var row: integer; column: integer; begin for row := 1 to MAX_ROWS do begin for column := 1 to MAX_COLUMNS do begin write(aGrid[row][column]); end; writeln; end; end; J. Michael Moore A Character-Based Grid (6) procedure displayLines (aGrid : Grid); var row : integer; column : integer; begin for row := 1 to MAX_ROWS do begin writeln(' - - - -'); for column := 1 to MAX_COLUMNS do begin write('|', aGrid[row][column]); end; writeln('|'); end; writeln(' - - - -'); end; J. Michael Moore A Character-Based Grid (7) begin var aGrid : Grid; initialize(aGrid); writeln('Displaying grid'); writeln('==============='); display(aGrid); writeln; writeln('Displaying grid with bounding lines'); writeln('=========================='); displayLines(aGrid); end. J. Michael Moore
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