CSE 123C.001 2-8-08

# CSE 123C.001 2-8-08 - degrees to Celsius o Input/Output...

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CSE 123C February 8, 2008 Cin o Istream object o Streams input from standard input o Uses the   manipulator (input operator) o Form Cin   variable   variable; Cout o Ostream object o Streams output to standard output o Uses the   manipulator (output operator) o Form Cout   expression   expression; Expression-any C++ expression (string, constant, identifier, formula or  function call) o Example Cout   “Hello world!”; String hi = “hello world”; cout   hi \n represents the end of the line Endl 2 functions Outputting a variable

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o Similar to hitting return (same as \n character wise) o Makes it appear (displays it on the screen and cleans the memory) Characters and input o Input operator ( ) discards the leading whitespace o Get() is used to input all characters including whitespace and end of line Example o Problem Statement Write a program which converts any give Fahrenheit temperature from
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Unformatted text preview: degrees to Celsius o Input/Output Input→ftemp Output→ctemp o Input/Output Diagram o Hand calculation ftemp=70 ctemp= (Ftemp-32) * 5/9 ctemp= (70-32) * 5/9 =21.11 o Write the algorithm Prompt user to enter ftemp Compute ctemp given the formula ftemp ctem Print temp o Write the program // Program to convert Fahrenheit temperature to Celsius. #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main () { // Declare temperature values. int ftemp; float ctemp; // Prompt user to enter ftemp. cout ≪ “Please enter temperature in Fahrenheit:”; // Accept ftemp input cin ≫ ftemp; // Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius. ctemp=ftemp-32.0 * 5.0/9.0; // Print the result. cout ≪ “Temperature in Celsius is” ≪ ctemp ≪ endl; // Exit the program. return 0; }...
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## This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CSE 123c taught by Professor Elkarboutly during the Spring '08 term at UConn.

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CSE 123C.001 2-8-08 - degrees to Celsius o Input/Output...

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