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# CS201-25 - Introduction to Programming Lecture 25...

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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Programming Lecture 25 Introduction to C++ language In Coming Lectures – – – C++ Features Classes Object Today’s Lecture Default Function Arguments Inline Functions Classes Rules for Structured Programming Do Modular programming – Write small function – Every function should perform a specific well defined task Function should obey single entry single exit rule Liberally Comment the code Object Oriented Language Early 1980's Bjarne Stroustrup at Bell Labs C with Classes C++ Java Default Function Arguments power ( x , n ) ; void f ( int i , double x ) ; void f ( int i =1 , double x = 10.5 ) { ­­ } Example 1 void f ( int i = 1 , double x = 10.5 ) { cout<<“i = ”<<i; cout<<“ x = “<< x<<endl; } main ( ) { f ( ) ; f ( 2 ) ; f ( 2 , 12 ) ; } Example 1 Output i = 1 x = 10.5 i = 2 x = 10.5 i = 2 x = 12 void f ( double x=10.5 , int i ) ; The declaration of variables inside the code while ( condition ) { // body of the while loop } { } int i ; ­­­ Scope of Variable When you declare a variable inside the block then the variable exists in that block. for ( int i = 0 ; i < 3 ; i++ ) { int temp = 22 ; cout << "\n i = " << i << "temp = " << temp ; } cout << "i = " << i ; Example 2 Inline functions inline #define SQUARE ( X ) X * X main ( ) { int i = 5 , j = 10 , k ; : i + j * i + j ; k = SQUARE ( i + j ) ; } Example 2 #define SQUARE ( X ) ( X ) * ( X ) main ( ) { int i = 5 , j = 10 , k ; ( i + j ) * ( i + j ) ; k = SQUARE ( i + j ) ; } Example 3 #define MAX ( A , B ) ( ( A ) > ( B ) ? ( A ) : ( B ) ) inline f ( int a, int b ) { if ( a > b ) return a ; return b ; } void main ( ) { int i , x , y ; x = 23 ; y = 45 ; i = MAX ( x++ , y++ ) ; // Side ­ effect : larger value incremented twice cout << "x = " << x << " y = " << y << '\n' ; x = 23 ; y = 45 ; i = f ( x++ , y++ ) ; // Works as expected cout << "x = " << x << " y = " << y << '\n' ; } Example 3 Function Overloading Operator Overloading Overloading Using the same name to perform multiple tasks or different task depending on the situation double Intsquareroot ( int i ) ; double Doublesquareroot ( double x ) ; int squareroot ( int i ) { // body of the function } Example 4 double squareroot ( double x ) { // body of the function } main ( ) { double i , x ; int j = 5 , k ; i = squareroot ( 10.5 ) ; cout << i << endl ; k = squareroot ( j ) ; cout << k << endl ; } Example 4 F ( int a , int b ) ; F ( int a , int b , int c ) ; Example main ( ) { ­­­­­­­­­­­ F ( 1 , 2 ) ; // F ( int a , int b ) ; is called F ( 1 , 2 , 3 ) ; // F ( int a , int b , int c ) ; is called ­­­­­­­­­­­ } int f ( int a ) ; double f ( int a ) ; Name Mangling ...
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