By Diane Zak
An creation to Programming with C++, 6th version is the newest C++ supplying from Diane Zak. This booklet is precise from different textbooks due to its special approach, which motivates scholars by way of demonstrating why they should study the techniques and talents offered. each one bankruptcy comprises Mini-Quizzes, Labs, and take a look at This positive factors to aid readers perform and take in the content material as they move alongside. This variation additionally contains thoroughly new functions and workouts, extra IPO charts and flowcharts, and a new inside layout.
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A. control b. repetition c. selection d. sequence 4. The set of step-by-step instructions that solve a problem is called . a. an algorithm b. a list c. a plan d. a sequential structure 5. The recipe instruction “Beat until smooth” is an example of the structure. a. control b. repetition c. selection d. sequence 6. The instruction “If it’s raining outside, take an umbrella to work” is an example of the structure. a. control b. repetition c. selection d. sequence 7. Which control structure would an algorithm use to determine whether a credit card holder is over his credit limit?
Last week, Jack worked 50 hours. He wants a program that calculates and displays his weekly gross pay. Figure 2-7 Problem speciﬁcation that does not contain enough information Step 2—Plan the Algorithm As a programmer, it is important to distinguish between information that truly is missing in the problem speciﬁcation and information that simply is not stated, explicitly, in the problem speciﬁcation—that is, information that is implied. For example, consider the problem speciﬁcation shown in Figure 2-8.
More advanced high-level languages are used to create object-oriented programs, as well as procedure-oriented ones. • An algorithm is the set of step-by-step instructions that accomplish a task. The algorithms for all computer programs contain one or more of the following three control structures: sequence, selection, and repetition. The control structures, also called logic structures, are so named because they control the ﬂow of a program’s logic. • The sequence structure directs the computer to process the program instructions, one after another, in the order listed in the program.
An Introduction to Programming with C++, 6th Edition by Diane Zak