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# Lecture4_handout - 1 E140 Introduction to EE140...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 E140: Introduction to EE140: Introduction to Programming Concepts for Engineers Lecture 4 1 Program Selection Structured Programming Sequence structure election structure Selection structure if statement if-else statement switch statement Repetition structure while loop do-while loop for loop 2 All these 3 structures together, selection, sequence, and repetition, are referred as control structures. All C programs could be written in terms of these three types of control structures only and we call this structured programming. If statement if (expression) { if (grade > 90) { i tf("E ll t! ") Basic syntax: statements; } printf("Excellent!\n"); } Selectively executing statements if expression is true Relational Operators > if (c>b) if c is great than b >= if (c>=b) if c is great than or equal to b 3 < if (c<b) if c is less than b <= if (c<=b) if c is less than or equal to b == if (c==b) if c is equal to b != if (c!=b) if c is not equal to b Expression If the expression has a value 0, the expression is considered to be false; otherwise it is considered to be true if (1) is true all the time if (a) is true when a has a nonzero value if (b = 2) is always true and assigns 2 to b if (b = 0) is always false and assigns value 0 to b if (b == 0) is true if value of b is equal to 0 4 2 If-else statement if (a>=0){ Basic syntax: if (expression) { statements1; } else { statements2; } x = a; printf( “ Positive!\n ” ); } else { x = -a; printf( “ Negative!\n ” ); } Execute statements1 if expression is true; otherwise execute...
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## This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course EE 150 taught by Professor Lanxiang during the Spring '11 term at Montgomery College.

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Lecture4_handout - 1 E140 Introduction to EE140...

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