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Data Storage

  • C++ programs use identifiers to identify various objects in the program
  • An “identifier” is the “name” of a given object
  • There are rules enforced by the compiler when creating an identifier
  • There can also be “rules” to follow to help Humans read the code more easily
  • C++ has a brief list of simple data types to distinguish between different kinds and sizes of simple data
  • C++ programs also use literals to identify numeric, character, and string constants
  • Certain character literals must be quoted to use
  • Variables must be declared with a type before being used
  • Variables can be initialized when declared
  • This link discusses C++ data types and variables:
  • This link discusses constants and literals in a C++ program, including preprocessor defines and declared constants:

Data Storage

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Overview 0:12
  • Variables, Identifiers, Names 1:34
    • Identifiers Defined
    • Example of Valid Identifiers
  • Styles: Multi-Word Identifiers 3:59
    • Compiler Doesn't Care
  • Styles: Identify Identifiers 5:38
  • Simple Data Types 8:08
  • Variable Type Declaration 10:35
    • Commentary
    • More Than One Variable Declared
  • Compiler Allocates Storage 14:23
    • Example
  • Variable Initialization 16:47
    • C Style
    • Example
    • C++ 'Class' Style
  • Numeric Literals 19:41
    • 'Long' Types
    • Beware: Do Not Use
  • Character Literals 24:27
    • Examples
  • Quoted Special Characters 27:43
  • String Literals 29:55
    • String Object
  • Homework 33:20