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E offers at least three ways in which we can construct loops. We can use a while statement, a do statement, or a for statement. Of these, the while statement is the most important, because it can be used to do anything that the other two loop constructs can do. The other two forms of loop construct are available because, in certain circumstances, they offer a more appropriate means of expressing our logic. The Rate processor only offers the while statement as a looping construct and thus that is the only form of loop used throughout Rate.
Another feature exploited is the use of return rather than a break statement. return causes exit from the switch statement and from the function. The RatC compiler does not support a switch statement and therefore none is used in the RatC program. The function statement within RatC has the task of determining what kind of statement is about to be processed. 2. An integer indicating which kind of statement was detected is returned to the caller. SUMMARY In this chapter we have discussed two of the constructs that give programming its flexibility - the two-way and multi-way branch.
At the other extreme, if it is too easy to access and modify memory locations then a program exploiting this facility can become unreadable. Thus a BASIC program which makes too much use of 'peek' and 'poke' instructions is not easily intelligible. InC an easy and convenient way of obtaining the address of a data item is provided. Correspondingly, given the address of a data item, we can easily obtain its value. As might be expected in C the mechanism is short and simple. We obtain the address of an item by prefixing it with ampersand: thus &x is the address of x.
A Book on C by R. E. Berry, B. A. E. Meekings, M. D. Soren (auth.)