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Week 4 Kyle Dewey

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Overview New office hour location while / do-while / for loops break / continue Termination Exam recap

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Office Hour

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Motivation Factorial 5! = 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 = 120 int factorial( int x ) { // return x! (x factorial) }

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Factorial Need a way to say “for each integer from x down to 1, decrementing by 1 at a time” 5! = 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 = 120

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while int x = 0; while ( x < 5 ) oneStatement(); while ( x < 5 ) { statementOne(); statementTwo(); }

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while Semantics Loop Body Continue? Rest of Program True False

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Example #1 int x = 0; while ( x < 5 ) { x++; } What does x equal at loop end?

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Example #2 int x = 0; while ( x < 5 ) { x = x + 2; } What does x equal at loop end?

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Example #3 int x = 0; while ( x < 5 ) { x = 10; printf( “moo” ); } What does x equal at loop end? What does this print?

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Factorial Revisited A lot of different ways to implement it One possible way: Track which number we are looking at in one variable Track the result in another 5! = 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 = 120

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Factorial Revisited int factorial( int fact ) { int result = fact; int num = fact - 1; while ( num > 1 ) { result = result * num; num--; } return result; } 5! = 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 = 120

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Factorial Revisited int factorial( int fact ) { int result = 1; int num = 2; while( num <= fact ) { result = result * num; num++; } return result; } 5! = 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5 = 120

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do / while

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Essentially a while loop with the condition at the end The body will always execute at least once int x = 0; do { statementOne(); statementTwo(); } while ( x > 0 ) ; Note semicolon!

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Example #1 int x = 0; do { x++; } while ( x < 5 ); What does x equal at loop end?

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Example #2 int x = 0; do { x++; } while ( x < 0 ); What does x equal at loop end? int x = 0; while ( x < 0 ) { x++; }

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for

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int x; for ( x = 0; x < 50; x++ ) oneStatement( x ); for( x = 0; x < 50; x++ ) { statementOne(); statementTwo(); }

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for Semantics Continue? Loop Body Inc / Dec Initializer Rest of Program True False

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Initializer Run before the loop starts int x; for ( x = 0 ; x < 50; x++ ) oneStatement( x ); Initializer Rest of Loop

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Compare Run before each iteration of the loop int x; for ( x = 0; x < 50 ; x++ ) oneStatement( x ); Terminate? Loop Body Rest of Program True False

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Loop Body Run during each iteration of the loop int x; for ( x = 0; x < 50; x++ ) oneStatement( x ); Terminate? Loop Body Rest of Program True False

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Increment / Decrement Run after each iteration of the loop int x; for ( x = 0; x < 50; x++ ) oneStatement( x ); Loop Body Inc / Dec

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Example #1 int x; for ( x = 0; x < 5; x++ ) { printf( “foobar” ); } What does this print?

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Example #2 int x; for ( x = 0; x < 5; x++ ) { printf( “%i\n”, x ); } What does this print?

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Example #3 int x; int y = 0; for ( x = 0; x < 5; x++ ) { y++; } What does y equal at loop end?

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Example #4 int x; int y = 0; for ( x = 1; x < 4; x++ ) { y++; } What does y equal at loop end?

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Example #5 int x; int y = 0; for ( x = 1; x % 3 != 0; x++ ) { y++; } What does y equal at loop end?

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for Header It is not required to specify an increment, compare, or counter The semicolon still needs to be provided Can be tricker to read and understand

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for Header int x; for ( x = 0; x < 5; x++ ) { printf( “moo” ); }...is effectively the same as... int x = 0; for ( ; x < 5; x++ ) { printf( “moo” ); }

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for Header int x; for ( x = 0; x < 5; x++ ) { printf( “moo” ); }...is effectively the same as... int x = 0; for ( ; x < 5; ) { printf( “moo” ); x++; }

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Factorial Revisited A lot of different ways to implement it One possible way: Track which number we are looking at in one variable Track the result in another 5! = 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 = 120

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Factorial Revisited int factorial( int fact ) { int result = fact; int num; for( num = fact - 1; num > 1; num-- ){ result = result * num; } return result; } 5! = 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1 = 120

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Factorial Revisited int factorial( int fact ) { int result = 1; int num; for( num = 2; num <= fact; num++ ){ result = result * num; } return result; } 5! = 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5 = 120

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break break can be used to immediately exit from a loop Can make things easier when used carefully

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Example #1 int x = 0; while ( x < 5 ) { break; }

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Example #2 int x = 0; while ( x < 5 ) { x = x + 2; if ( x >= 5 ) break; printf( “moo” ); }

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Example #3 int x; for ( x = 0; x < 5; x = x + 2 ) { if ( x >= 5 ) break; printf( “moo” ); }

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continue continue causes the loop to skip the rest of the body Increments / decrements still performed for for loops Conditions will be rechecked

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Example #1 int x = 0; while ( x < 10 ) { x++; continue; printf( “moo” ); }

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Example #2 int x; for( x = 0; x < 10; x++ ) { if ( x % 2 == 0 ) continue; printf( “%i\n”, x ); }

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Termination Consider the following: while ( 1 ) { printf( “moo\n” ); }

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Termination Some loops may never terminate This may be desired...or not

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Termination Useful example char* command; while ( 1 ) { printCommandPrompt(); command = readCommand(); executeCommand( command ); }

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Termination Likely an error...or perhaps a clever way of checking for overflow and maximum int size int x = 0; int y = 1; while ( x < y ) { x++; y++; }

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Infinite Loops Loops that never terminate are called infinite loops Usually in this context it is a bug Can be nasty to debug Complex termination conditions Is it just taking awhile?

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Random Notes on Loops

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Intentional Nontermination while loop: while ( 1 ) {... } for loop: for ( ;; ) {... }

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for vs. while Each can be expressed in terms of the other Choose based on what seems more appropriate

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while as for while ( x < 5 ) {... } Can be represented as: for (; x < 5;) {... }

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for as while int x; for ( x = 0; x < 5; x++ ) {... } Can be represented as: (except for continue behavior!) int x = 0; while ( x < 5 ) {...; x++; }

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Exam Recap

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Difficulty Level Too hard? Too easy? Just right?

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Grading Hopefully by Tuesday, if not Tuesday then Thursday Depending on how the grades turn out: No curve Curve Change weights Your grade can only improve with said changes

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Exam Solutions

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