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To be familiar with the Visual Studio C++ 6.0 Tools
aTo get basic programming skills.
Operation System: Windows XP
Programming Language: C++
Textbook : Starting Out With C++ Early Objects, Tony Gaddis
T asks (After finish the following tasks, hand in Lab Reports, all source code, and snapshot of running results)
3.1 Task One
(1)Program 4-23, p211.
Try to run the program.
Add one branch ‘ d ’ , and output “ You entered D.\n ” .
(2) Program 4-25,p213
Add on branch 400, and output “ You entered 400.\n ” .
(3) Program 4-27,p216
In the else if (choice != 4) branch, add another switch inside it:
cout << "For how many months? ";
cin >> months;
// Set charges based on user input
case 5: charges = months * ADULT_RATE;
case 6: charges = months * CHILD_RATE;
// Display the monthly charges
cout << fixed << showpoint << setprecision(2);
cout << "The total charges are $" << charges << endl;
(4) Program 5-1,p244
The ++ operator increases its operand’s value by 1. The –operator decreases its operand’s value by 1.In both prefix and postfix mode, these operators add 1 to, or subtract 1 from, their operand.
Notice that there is no space between the name of the variable and the ++ or –– preceding it or following it.
Run the program, and try to explain the result.
Try the following statements as well:
a = b++;
cout << “ a = ” << a << “ , b= ” << b<<endl;
a = ++c;
cout << “ a = ” << a << “ , c= ” << c<<endl;
a = b--;
a = --c;
(5) Program 5-3, p265.
Use for loop to calculate the total from 1 to 100;