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Return ( 1 l ; case e : case . : return(2); case ~ : case . I . : return(3); case 0 : case . 2 ] This example exploits the fact that a case which is not followed by a break causes the following statement to be executed. In this way we can easily deal with both 44 A Book on C upper and lower case versions of the characters. The statement prefixed by default could as easily be the last statement of the switch as the first. Another feature exploited is the use of return rather than a break statement.
The general form of scan[ is scanf(control_string [, argument_list]) Within the control string blanks, tabs or newlines (collectively known as 'white space') are ignored. If any characters, apart from those needed in the conversion specifiers, appear in the control string, it is assumed that they are to match the next non-white-space character of the input stream. In particular, if any such characters appear as the first items in the control string then scan[, whenever it is called, will expect to find just these characters as the next to be read from the input stream.
This means that if the identifiers used in computing these values are changed within the for loop, then either the terminating condition, or the step size, or both, can be constantly changed from within the loop. Consider, for example for ( p=1; p<=4096; p=2*p) printf("l4d\n", p); which prints a small list of powers of two. It achieves this by multiplying the 'increment' by two each time through the loop. The loop terminating condition need not involve the 'counter', although it usually will. = '\n'; count++); 52 A Book on C Here the for statement has an empty statement part, because all the necessary work is done within the controlling expressions.
A Book on C by R. E. Berry, B. A. E. Meekings, M. D. Soren (auth.)