Comparison of VB and C#

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Among the structured types, we distinguish between various structuring methods of which we have so far encountered the array only. In addition, there exist set and record types. A facility to introduce structures that vary dynamically during program execution is based on the concept of pointers and will be discussed in a separate chapter. $ type = SimpleType I ArrayType I RecordType I SetType I PointerType I ProcedureType. $ SimpleType = qualident I enumeration I SubrangeType. Before proceeding to the various kinds of types, we note that in general, if a type T is declared by the declaration TYPE T = someType and a variable t is declared as VARt:T then these two declarations can always be merged into the single declaration VAR t: someType However, in this case t's type has no explicit name and therefore remains anonymous.

WriteString. t: CARDINAL; d: ARRAY [O .. M] OF CARDINAL; f: ARRAY [O.. N] OF CARDINAL; BEGIN d[O]:= 1;k:= 1; FORexp:= 1 TONDO (- compute d = 2t exp by d : = 2-d -) c: = 0; (-carry-) FORi:= OTOk-1 DO t : = 2*d[i] + c; IFt>= 10THEN d[i] : = t - 10; c: = 1 ELSE d[i] : = t; c : = 0 END END; IFc)OTHEN d[k] : = 1; k: = k + 1 END; (*outputd[k-1] ... d[0]*)i:= M; REPEATi:= i-1;Write(" ") UNTIL i = k; REPEAT i : = i-1; Write(CHR(d[i] + ORD("O"))) UNTIL i = 0; WriteCard(exp. 4); (*computeandoutputf = 2t(-exp)byf:= fDIV2*) WriteString(" O.

Term; WHllE(ch "+")OR(ch "-")00 WriteChar(wO,ch); addop : ch; Read(ch); term; WriteChar(w1,addop) END END expression; = = = BEGIN OpenWindow(wO, 50, 50,300,400, "input", done); OpenWindow(w1, 400,100, 300, 400, "output", done); WriteChar(wO, ">"); Read(ch); WHilE ch > EOl DO expression; WriteChar(wO, EOl); WriteChar(w1, EOl); WriteChar(wO, ">"); Read(ch) END; CloseWindow(w1); CloseWindow(wO) END Postfix. = A sample of data processed and generated by this program is shown below. (b/[c-d]) ab+ ab·c+ abc.

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