Egh fsatfvra nu1lnt cu eodsrn de ntoelpfrtsrn ed ot

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Unformatted text preview: lt; "ne scn srn:" ot < Etr eod tig ; gtiecn ipt) eln(i, nu2; satfvra =oelptr(nu1 ipt) trOOelp vraSatipt, nu2; i(trOOelp= ipt.egh) fsatfvra = nu1lnt() { cu < "eodsrn de ntoelpfrtsrn. < ed; ot < Scn tig os o vra is tig" < nl rtr EI_UCS; eun XTSCES } lntOOelp=oelpeghipt,ipt,satfvra) eghfvra vraLnt(nu1 nu2 trOOelp; cu < "eodsrn oelp frtsrn, < ed ot < Scn tig vras is tig" < nl < "triga frtsrn psto " < satn t is tig oiin < (trOOelp+1 ""< ed < satfvra ) , < nl < "o "< lntOOelp< "caatr o scn srn. < fr < eghfvra < hrces f eod tig" < ed; < nl rtr EI_UCS; eun XTSCES } Notice that the functions have parameters that have different names than the calling function (in this case, m i is the calling function). Parameter names for a function are unrelated to variable an names in the calling function. The example above uses call-by-value, because when the o e l p t r ( function is called, its vraSat) arguments are just the values of the variables i p t and i p t : nu1 nu2 / tefnto rcie te*aus o ipt adipt,ad / h ucin eevs h vle* f nu1 n nu2 n / teevle aeatal nmd'1 ad'2 i tefnto isl / hs aus r culy ae s' n s' n h ucin tef satfvra =oelptr(nu1 ipt) trOOelp vraSatipt, nu2; The same is true about o e l p e g h ) it receives only the values of the variables given to it as vraLnt(: arguments: / tefnto rcie...
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2013 for the course CSE 203 taught by Professor Eckroth during the Spring '10 term at Ohio State.

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