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A first book of C++ by Gary J Bronson; Marie Lee

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4) 4. ) In addition to conforming to C++’s identifier rules, a C++ function name must always be followed by parentheses. Also, a good function name should be a mnemonic (pronounced 4Keywords in C++ are also reserved words, which means they must be used only for their specified purpose. Attempting to use them for any other purpose generates an error message. 5The ANSI standard requires that C++ compilers provide at least this number of characters. 1c 14 1/18/11 10:43 AM Chapter 1 15 Function and Class Names Point of Information Tokens In a computer language, a token is the smallest unit of the language that has a unique meaning to the compiler.

718 and x is 10. 6 Chapter Supplement: Bits, Bytes, and Binary Number Representations 2 Data Types, Declarations, and Displays C++ programs can process different types of data in different ways. For example, calculating the bacteria growth in a polluted pond requires mathematical operations on numerical data, whereas sorting a list of names requires comparison operations with alphabetical data. This chapter introduces C++’s elementary data types and the operations that can be performed on them.

For this programming problem, how many outputs are required? b. How many inputs does this problem have? c. Is the algorithm for converting the input items into output items provided? 7. (Practice) A C++ program is required that calculates and displays the weekly gross pay and net pay of two employees. 67. Both employees have 20% of their gross pay withheld for income tax, and both pay 2% of their gross pay, before taxes, for medical benefits. a. For this programming problem, how many outputs are required?

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