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ECE 1574 Lab Hints.pdf

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ECE1574 – Problem Solving for Engineers With C++ Lab Hints Good programming practice includes formulating a consistent indentation scheme. The following example of nested if-else statements represents one common scheme: if (i < 2 ) { if (!i) { cout << x[i]; } else { cout <<y; } } else { cout << x[ 1 ]; } If you do not like to put your opening curly bracket on the same line with the if (or the else), you could use this equivalent form:
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  • Spring '08
  • RPBroadwater
  • nested if-else statements, consistent indentation scheme

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