5. Iteration and Conditionals

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M. Wellman 1 Iteration and Conditionals ENGR 101, Lecture 5: 22 Sep 10 Announcements Project 2 due tonight (Wed 9pm) Exam #1 Tue 5 Oct if you have a potential conflict, contact Nader Jawad (njawad@umich.edu) Classroom evacuation routes
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M. Wellman 2 Fundamental Algorithmic Control Constructs Sequence Selection Iteration Greatest Common Factor 1: Request a value for a 2: Request a value for b 3: if a b then assign b to c 4: if a < b then assign a to c 5: while (remainder( a , c ) 0 OR remainder( b , c ) 0) 6: subtract one from c 7: return c 8: end Sequence Greatest Common Factor 1: Request a value for a 2: Request a value for b 3: if a b then assign b to c 4: if a < b then assign a to c 5: while ( remainder( a , c ) 0 OR remainder( b , c ) 0) 6: subtract one from c 7: return c 8: end Algorithm steps are executed in a specified linear order. In this case, order is implicit in the textual order on screen C++ sequence constructs Compound statements Operator precedence rules for expression evaluation Function and procedure invocation
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M. Wellman 3 Iteration Greatest Common Factor 1: Request a value for a 2: Request a value for b 3: if a b then assign b to c 4: if a < b then assign a to c 5: while (remainder( a , c ) 0 OR remainder( b , c ) 0) 6: subtract one from c 7: return c 8: end Repetitive execution of an algorithm element, as long as specified condition obtains Repetition Perform a similar computational step many times in order to achieve a goal. In greatest common factor repetition, value of variable c is different on each iteration Number of repetitions may be indefinite, dependent on problem and computation progress. Iteration often allows us to devise more general solutions to problems. while (remainder( a , c ) 0 OR remainder( b , c ) 0) subtract one from c
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M. Wellman 4 Example: Calculate Weeks to Produce PCs How many PCs can we make this week? • Decrement PCs
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