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Cps 196 week 7 10/10/11 Homework Review Types of Variables Number of bills or coins – integers value of checks – floating point Chapter 6 The Switch Statement Array: a set of ordered data float score1, score2, score3, score4, score5, …. score10; float score[10] score[0]= 87.4; score[1]=10.3; score[7]=99.9; *when doing 10** score[0] score [9]
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int num[15] num[0]=5; printf(“%d \n”, num[9]); num[i]=2; num[i+j]=5; num[j+2]=4; Initialize int x=4; or intx; x=4; int counter [ 5 ]={ 0,3,7,2,4}; type name #of elements , initialize for counter1, counter2, counter3 for value right away assign value later intx[10]; Character Array char letter[5]={‘h’,’e’,’l’,’l’,’o’}; for i=0; i<5; i++) { printf(“%c”, letter[i]); } Array can be multi dimensional [123 int row1[3]; 789] int row2[3]; or
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int M [3][3] type name # of elements M[i][j] initialize int M[4][5]={{1,2,3,4,5}, {5,7,9,2,2}, {7,8,10,2,7}, {3,4,1,0,7}} 10/12/11 flow chart start ask for # of data ask for value of each data show chart done variables int, float, char array int x [10 type name #ofelements number of data wil be integer named “numData” data will be stored in an array nane date if type int!
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