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CS 31: Introduction to Computer Science I: Winter 2010: Homework 3 Solution Page 1 // UCLA Winter 2010 // CS 31 Homework 3: C Strings and Real Numbers // John A. Rohr // February 22, 2010 // // // This program evaluates real numbers input as C-strings and reports // the values of the numbers converted to double type data. // // All input is read from the file Hw3.In. All output is written to the // console and the file Hw3.Out. If either the input or the output file // cannot be opened, the program terminates. // // Input consists of lines of real numbers. Each number has // the following format: // // Optional leading white space // Optional + or - sign // Decimal digits for the integer part // Optional decimal point // Optional decimal digits for the fraction part // Terminal white space // // Numbers must have at least one decimal digit. // // Input lines are read a C-strings. // // Each value is first evaluated using the atof() function. // // Then each value is evaluated character-by-character. Initially, // the integer part of the value is converted to a number. Then the // fraction part, if any is present, is converted using two different // methods. One method multiplies each fraction digit by a negative // power of ten as it is encountered and immediately adds it to the // numeric value. The other method accumulates fraction digits as an // integer number, then divides by an appropriate power of ten before // adding the accumulated value to the number value. // // If the number is an integral value, two outputs are displayed. // // If the number has a fraction part, three outputs are displayed, // one for the atof() conversion and one for each of the two // fraction conversion methods. // // After the output display, the program displays a blank line and // repeats until an empty line is input. // // After an empty line is input, a termination message is displayed // and the program terminates. // // The getline() function in the iostream class is used to read input lines. // The atof() function in the cstdlib class is used for the first conversion. // All strings are C Strings.
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CS 31: Introduction to Computer Science I: Winter 2010: Homework 3 Solution Page 2 // Example Execution // // C STRING REAL NUMBER EVALUATOR // // Input:12 // Value:atof() function:12 // Value:Fraction digits:12 // // Input: -3695 // Value:atof() function:-3695 // Value:Fraction digits:-3695 // // Input: +429 // Value:atof() function:429 // Value:Fraction digits:429 // // Input:-0.365 // Value:atof() function:-0.36499999999999999 // Value:Fraction digits:-0.36499999999999999 // Value:Integer fraction:-0.36499999999999999 // // Input:+12345.987654321 // Value:atof() function:12345.987654320999 // Value:Fraction digits:12345.987654320999 // Value:Integer fraction:12345.987654320999 // // Input:0.12345678987654321 // Value:atof() function:0.12345678987654321 // Value:Fraction digits:0.12345678987654322 // Value:Integer fraction:0.1234567898765432 // // Input: + // ERROR: No decimal digits
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