Chapter 6

# Chapter 6

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Unformatted text preview: break; case '/': left /= primary(); break; default: return left; // return the value return // return } } } Stroustrup/Programming 21 Dealing with divide by 0 Dealing double term() // exactly like expression(), but for * and / // exactly { double left = primary(); // get the Primary double get while (true) { Token t = get_token(); // get the next Token // get switch (t.kind) { case '*': left *= primary(); break; case '/': { double d = primary(); if (d==0) error("divide by zero"); left /= d; break; } default: return left; // return the value // return } } Stroustrup/Programming } 22 Dealing with numbers and parentheses Dealing double primary() // Number or ‘(‘ Expression ‘)’ double // Number { Token t = get_token(); switch (t.kind) { case '(': // handle ‘(’expression ‘)’ handle { double d = expression(); t = get_token(); if (t.kind != ')') error("')' expected"); return d; } case '8': // we use ‘8’ to represent the “kind” of a number // we return t.value; // return the number’s value // return default: error("primary expected"); } } Stroustrup/Programming 23 Program organization Program Token error() get_token() primary() term() istream cin >> ostream cout << expression() main() Who calls who? (note the loop) (note Who Stroustrup/Programming 24 The program The #include "std_lib_facilities.h" // Token stuff (explained in the next lecture) // Token double expression(); // declaration so that primary() can call expression() double expression() double primary() { /* … */ } double double term() { /* … */ } double double expression() { /* … */ } double // deal with numbers and parentheses // deal // deal with * and / (pity about %) deal // deal with + and – deal int main() { /* … */ } int // on next slide // on Stroustrup/Programming 25 The program – main() The int main() try { while (cin) cout << expression() << '\n'; cout keep_window_open(); // for some Windows versions // for } catch (runtime_error& e) { cerr << e.what() << endl; keep_window_open (); return 1; } catch (…) { cerr << "exception \n"; keep_window_open (); return 2; } Stroustrup/Programming 26 A mystery mystery 2 3 4 2 5+6 5 X Bad token an answer an answer an answer (finally, an expected answer) Stroustrup/Programming 27 A mystery mystery 1 2 3 4+5 6+7 8+9 10 1...
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## This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course CSCE 121 taught by Professor Walter daugherity during the Fall '09 term at Texas A&M.

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