C & Data Structures by P.S. Deshpande

By P.S. Deshpande

Keep away from this publication just like the plague.

The authors did a good activity in proposing the tips and ideas, yet this is why i don't suggest this book:
- Too Many blunders within the resource code. I spent extra time debugging the code than truly attempting to know about information constructions in C.
- Poorly Edited. It has many grammatical mistakes and typos.

They must have by no means published this ebook.

Find one other ebook on information constructions do not waste a while with this one like I did.

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You can define a pointer by including a* before the name of the variable. 3. You can get the address where a variable is stored by using &. Chapter 7: The scanf Function scanf Introduction The scanf function is used to read information from a standard input device (keyboard). scanf starts with a string argument and may contain additional arguments. Any additional arguments must be pointers (to 46 Chapter 7: The scanf Function Chapter 7: The scanf Function 47 implement calls by reference). h> main() { int i = 0; int k,j=10; i=scanf("%d%d%d",&j,&k,&i); printf("total values inputted %d\n",i); printf("The input values %d %d\n",j,k); } Explanation 1.

If both are not defined then the preprocessor displays an error. Points to Remember 1. The #error directive allows us to specify an error message. 2. The error message is generated by the preprocessor. Chapter 8: Preprocessing 55 56 Chapter 8: Preprocessing #line Introduction The #line directive allows you to define arbitrary line numbers for the source lines. Normally, the compiler counts lines starting at line number 1; using the #line directive, you can specify an arbitrary line number at any point.

5. c3 = ~ c1 The value of c3 is interpreted as follows: ~ 0000 0100 ----------. 1111 1011 Each bit of c1 is complemented; for 1 the complement is 0. Thus you will get the value of c3 as −4, because the leftmost bit is set as 1. 6. c3 = c1 << 2; This is a left-shift operation. The bits are shifted left by two places. c1 indicates the operand that should be an expression returning a whole number. 2 indicates a shift that should not be negative, and its value must be less than the number of bits allocated to that data type.

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