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cps 196 week 4 - Integer and Floating point conversions int...

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Integer and Floating point conversions int to float and float to int 5 5.0 5.19 5 type casting force an integer to be floating point number (and vice versa) change result to floating point variable force value 2 to be floating point, so result is floating point Assignment operator format: op= operator can be +,-,*,/, % count += 10; same as count = count+10; count -=5; count=count-5 a /=b+c a=a/ b+c a/= a/(b+c) use a lot (especially in loops) i++; i=i+1; i--; i=i-1; int i=1 Loop - some problems may require us to preform some routine/procedure over and over. 6x1=6 –-> Printf(“%i x 1 = %i\n”, value1, value1*1); 6x2= printf(%i x 2 = %i\n”, value1, value 1*2); 6x3= 6x4= 6x5= 6x6= 6x7= 6x8= 6x9== 6x10= 6x11= 6x12= 72
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^^^^^not efficient^^^^^ Loop statement 1 “for statement” for (initial expression; loop condition; loop experession) (NO SEMI COLON) { …loop body } o initial expression is used to set the initial values before the loop begins o loop condition the loop continue as long as this condition is satisfied. o relational expression ==
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