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1 TTh Lecture 3 1 EE312 - Lecture 3 Announcements Read chapters 5 and 6 for next class Topics for today will address: – Review – Formatted input and output – Introduction to Control Statements TTh Lecture 3 2 Short Term Schedule

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2 TTh Lecture 3 3 Compute the Volume /* this program computes and outputs the volume of a box */ #include <stdio.h> int main(void) { int height, length, width, volume; height = 5; length = 20; width = 10; volume = height * length * width; printf ("The height is %d\n", height); printf ("The length is %d\n", length); printf ("The width is %d\n", width); printf ("The volume is %d\n", volume); return 0; } TTh Lecture 3 4 Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius /* program to convert a given Fahrenheit temperature to Celsius */ #include <stdio.h> #define FREEZING_PT 32.0 #define SCALE_FACTOR (5.0 / 9.0) int main(void) { float Fahrenheit, Celsius; printf ("Enter Fahrenheit temperature: "); scanf ("%f", &Fahrenheit); Celsius = SCALE_FACTOR * (Fahrenheit - FREEZING_PT); printf ("\nCelsius equivalent is: %.1f\n", Celsius); return 0; } /* program to convert a given Fahrenheit temperature to Celsius */ #include <stdio.h> int main(void) { const float FREEZING_PT = 32.0; const float SCALE_FACTOR = 5.0 / 9.0; float Fahrenheit, Celsius; printf ("Enter Fahrenheit temperature: "); scanf ("%f", &Fahrenheit); Celsius = SCALE_FACTOR * (Fahrenheit - FREEZING_PT); printf ("\nCelsius equivalent is: %.1f\n", Celsius); return 0; }
3 Formatted Input and Output For simplifying the process of inputting values into and out of your program while its running. • The stdio library contains a function for reading values from the keyboard (the standard input device) and a function for writing out values to the screen (the standard output device) according to a given format specification. The functions are named: – scanf ( ), and printf ( ) You may use these from now on in your assignments. Input device values Your program running on the computer values Output device TTh Lecture 3 6 printf() function (1) printf ( "Format string in quotes", list-of- values) Defined in a library. Declared in <stdio.h> printf ("Double %d is %d \n", x, 2 * x ); Conversion specifications Values to be printed Format string Escape character

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4 TTh Lecture 3 7 Escape Sequences (1) String literals sometimes need to contain control characters (such as tab and newline) or characters that have a special meaning in C (such as "). These characters are represented by escape sequences. Character escapes consist of \ followed by one character: alert (bell) \a backslash \\ backspace \b question mark \? form feed \f single quote \' new-line \n double quote \" carriage return \r horizontal tab \t vertical tab \v TTh Lecture 3 8 Escape Sequences (2) Writing the \a escape causes a beep. Writing the \n escape causes the cursor to move to the beginning of the next line. Writing the \t escape causes the cursor to move to the next tab stop.
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