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  • EXAMPLE FOR COMMENT
  • EXAMPLE COMMENT:
  • Some of students like to used the line comment. Because that's simple.
  • i) // line comment =Pair of slash signs(//) & cotinue to the end of that same line. ii) /* block comment*/ =The symbol /* & end with the symbol */.
  • EXPLAIN THE PREPROCESSOR DIRECTIVE
  • 2) PREPROCESSOR DIRECCTIVES
  • Answer 1: ~ Any line that begeins with # symbol. ~ Processed by preprocessor before compiling. Answer 2: > A utility program which processes special instructions are written in a C/C++ program.
  • Question 1 = What's a #? Question 2 = What's pre-processor?
  • EXAMPLE FOR PREPROCESSOR DIRECTIVE
  • EXAMPLE:
  • -Begin with # -No semicolon (;) is expected at the end of a preprocessor directive. -: #include & #define
  • Different preprocessordirectives (commands) perform different tasks.It is a message directly tothe compiler.
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  • EXPLAIN THE HEADER FILE
  • 3) HEADER FILE
  • To hold declarations for other files to use. Whenwe use the line#include <iostream>,weare telling the compiler to locate and then read all the declarations from aheader file named “iostream”.
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  • EXPLAIN THE MAIN() FUNCTION
  • 4)  MAIN() FUNCTION
  • main() function corresponds to the beginning of the definition of the main function. The main function is the point by where all C++ programs start their execution, independently of its location within the source code.
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  •     THE END ~TILLEZA GROUP~
  • Yes.. We did'it!!
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  • The answer is that couthas been declared in a header file called “iostream”.
  • What is contained within these braces is what the function does when it is executed.
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  • What is contained within these braces is what the function does when it is executed.
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  • I hope we can work together again in our group -Tilleza-
  • I hope too.. 
  • To hold declarations for other files to use. Whenwe use the line#include <iostream>,weare telling the compiler to locate and then read all the declarations from aheader file named “iostream”.
  • What is contained within these braces is what the function does when it is executed.
  • What is contained within these braces is what the function does when it is executed.
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