Practical C++ Programming

Errata for Practical C++ Programming

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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under "Revision history": changed "PVCS" to "PCVS"

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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paragraph 1 under "Indentation and Code Format," line 3

changed "Example 3-5" to "Example 3-1"

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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In Example 4.3. float1/float1.c

main() { ... floating = (1 / 2) + (1 / 2); //assign floating 0.0 ... return(0); } The floating assignment now reads 1.0

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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Example 4-3

floating = (1/2) + (1/2) assign floating 1.0 now reads floating = (1/2) + (1/2) assign floating 0.0.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Table 4-3, last line

The x is missing. NN should be: xNN

Note from the Author or Editor:
Reader is correct.

Anonymous   
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4th para: put "'/0'" in constant-width font

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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code block in "NOTE":

const int first_part = 3; const int second_part = 7; should be: const int FIRST_PART = 3; const int SECOND_PART = 7;

Anonymous   
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Question 5-3

The example code fails to include #include <iostream.h>--If source is copied directly from book, program will not compile.

Anonymous   
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first paragraph

10010100 base 2 now reads 1001 0100 (not 1000 0100), which is 94 base 16 (not 84).

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The sentence before the last sentence now reads: ... by putting current_number into old_number and putting next_number into current_number.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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two lines above the "typedef" heading:

changed "5.0" to "50"

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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Example 7-1.

Example 7-1. calc/calc.cc should be: Example 7-1. calc1/calc.cc

Note from the Author or Editor:
Reader is correct.

Anonymous   
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example 7-1: made the line

cin >> oper_char >> value; into: cin >> oper_char; cin >> value;

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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changed "operator" to "oper_char" three times in code and once

in text

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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1st paragraph

make determines what compilation commands are needed and execute them. should be: make determines what compilation commands are needed and executes them.

Note from the Author or Editor:
execute them -> executes them.

Anonymous   
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last code block, line 2: made the line

cin >> value >> operator; into: cin >> value; cin >> oper_char; and changed "operator" to "oper_char" in the third line from the end of that code example

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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In the example at the bottom, the undefined variable operator was

replaced with oper_char (three times).

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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In the description of the result the debug output

## after cin + ## after if + is missing after the line: Enter operator amd number: + 123

Anonymous   
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changed the line

cin >> oper_char >> value; to: cin >> oper_char; <in between them goes the "if" line) cin >> value;

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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Example 7-2

The filename now reads calc3.cc (not calc3.c).

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 7-3

The alignment on the right side of the example has been fixed.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Begining of Example 8-4

In Example 8-4.seven/seven.cc. the first line "include <iostream.h>" is missing the "#" in front of include.It should be "#include <iostream.h>. Program will not compile if "#" is left out.

Note from the Author or Editor:
include -> #include

Anonymous   
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Figure 9.1

The last brace in the highlighted block faces the wrong way.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Page 130, Figure 9-2, last shaded { should be }.

Anonymous   
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In Answer 8-1 the variable

centigrade now reads: celsius (x2) according to the Example 8-3 on page 119.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Figure 9-2 (above the line '++count;')

The second 'Block' is now closed with a "}" (formerly a "{")

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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In the NOTE, changed

the type defaults to int to: many compilers assign a type int by default.

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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1st paragraph under "Reference Parameters and Return Values"

In the first line, "Chapter 4, Basic Declarations and Expressions" now reads "Chapter 5, Arrays, Qualifiers, and Reading Numbers."

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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replaced Example 9-7. value/bic.cc with the following

const int ARRAY_SIZE = 5 // Size of the array int item_array[ARRAY_SIZE] = {1, 2, 5000, 3, 4}; // An array int &biggest(void) { int index; // Current index int biggest; // Index of the biggest element // Assume the first is the biggest biggest = 0; for (index = 1; index < ARRAY_SIZE; ++index) { if (item_array[biggest] < item_array[index]) biggest = index; } return (item_array[biggest]); }

Anonymous    Dec 01, 1998
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The last sentence before example 9-7 no longer has

a "{" at the end of it.

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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Example 9-7

This example now reads: int &biggest(int array[], int n_elements) { int index; // Current index int biggest; // Index of the biggest element // Assume the first is the biggest biggest = 0; for (index = 1; index < n_elements; ++index) { if (array[biggest] < array[index]) biggest = index; } return (array[biggest]); }

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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In the example with the comment

// Using a simple reference the line: int big_reference = &item_array[2]; should be: int &big_reference = item_array[2];

Note from the Author or Editor:
Reader is correct.

Anonymous   
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code sample -3, line -1: replaced

cout << biggest(item_array, 5) << ' ': with cout << biggest() << ' ';

Anonymous    Dec 01, 1998
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In the first coding example it read: "cout << "The biggest element is " << biggest(item_array, 5) << ' '; " It now reads: "cout << "The biggest element is " << biggest( ) << ' '; "

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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The 3rd line in the first block of code now reads: biggest(item_array, 5) << ' ';

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The 5th paragraph now reads: The function biggest returns a reference to item_array[2]. Remember that in the following code, biggest() is item_array[2]. The following three code sections all perform equivalent operations. The actual variable, item_array[2], is used in all three: The last line of the 3rd code block now reads: biggest() = 0 Also, the last line of code on the page now reads: biggest() = 0

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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next-to-last code example, line 2: changed "...[][10]" to

"...[10][]"

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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The first sentence of Array Parameters did read: So for you've dealt only with simple parameters. now reads: So far you've dealt only with simple parameters.

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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First line on page, the word "list" is now in Normal font

(formerly constant-width)

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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In the first four blocks of code in the section "Default Parameters"

...(const rectangle &rectangle... now reads: ...(const int width, const int height... and: draw(big_rectangle... now reads: draw(3,5...

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Question 10-2, sentence 1: changed "Example 10-2" to

"Example 10-4"

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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Example 10-4, line 5: changed

#define MAX=10 to #define MAX 10

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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In example 10-4, line 5 now reads: #define MAX = 10

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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Example 10-4

Line 5 did read #include MAX = 10 Now it reads #include MAX =10

Anonymous    Jul 01, 2000
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Question 10-2 now reads: 1 //Warning, spacing is very important 2 3 #include <iostream.h> 4 5 #define MAX = 10 6 7 int main() 8 { 9 int counter; 10 11 for (counter =MAX, counter > 0; 12 --counter) 13 cout << "Hi there "; 14 15 return (0); 16 }

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The text for Question 10-3 now reads: Example 10-5 computes...

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The heading of example 10-6 did read: Example 10-6. dis/die.cc now reads: Example 10-6. die/die.cc

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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2nd line on page

const box pink_box(1.0, 4.5); now reads: const box pink_box(1, 4);

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Changed the font style of paragraphs from Question 10-5 to Question 10-6

from italics to regular.

Anonymous    Dec 01, 1998
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In Answer 10-4, the line

void exit(); was removed.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Answer 10-5 now reads: The problem is that the preprocessor does not understand C++ syntax. The macro call SQR(counter+1) expands to (counter+1 * counter+1) The result is not the same as ((counter+1) * (counter+1)). To avoid this problem, use inline functions instead of parameterized macros. inline int SQR(int x) { return (x*x);} If you must use parameterized macros, enclose each use of the parameter in parnetheses. #define SQR(x) ((x) * (x))

Anonymous    Dec 01, 1998
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All of Table 11-1 now appears on page 168 so the two lists of values

are not broken up.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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In the detailed explanation after "This is because:", the value 0x41 has

been placed under 0x71. It was too far left.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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explanation for & operator

The "&" has been placed above the line.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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explanation for | operator

The "|" has been placed above the line.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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explanation for ^ operator

The"^" has been placed above the line.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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code at bottom

The line: graphics[(x)/8][y] |= (0x80 >> ((x)%8)) now reads: graphics[x/8][y] |= (0x80 >> (x%8));

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 11-2

The line: graphics[(x)/8][y] |= (0x80 >> ((x)%8)) now reads: graphics[x/8][y] |= (0x80 >> (x%8));

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The sentence

Finally, at the heart ... now follows the table as introduction for the programming code.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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replaced Question 11-2 and example 11-3 - contact me for the new info

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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code at top

field-type field-name now reads: field-type field-name; (x2)

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The first code segment now has a "}" right after the last line

main() { data.f_value ... data.i_value ... ... data.f_value ... i = data.i_value ... }

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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between first and second Table; second Table itself

Copy/Paste Error ---------------------------------------------------- first Error: ------------ struct foo { int two_bits:3; ---> should be: int two_bits:2; }; second Error: -------------- Bit Pattern | Decimal value 10 | -2 11 | -1 000 | 0 ---> should be: 00 0 001 | 1 ---> should be: 01 1

Note from the Author or Editor:
This is the 2nd edition. Reader is correct.

Anonymous   
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1st line of code under "typedef"

typedef type-declaration now reads: typedef type-declaration;

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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First line of the large code segment in the middle of

the page now reads: enum day_of_the_week today = TUESDAY;

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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2nd block of code

enum enum-name {tag-1, tag-2, . . .} variable-name now reads: enum enum-name {tag-1, tag-2, . . .} variable-name;

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The code at the top of this page did read: stack::~stack(void) now reads: inline stack::~stack(void) {

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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2nd box should read: a_stack.stack() called

Anonymous   
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The first sentence now reads: The copy constructor... instead of: The copy operator...

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Near the bottom of the page

call_type first_var now reads: class_type first_var

Anonymous    Jan 01, 2000
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Exercise 13-4, under Member functions

int small_set::test(void); now reads: int small_set::test(int item);

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1999
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para 1, last line: changed "11 chapters" to "14 chapters"; and

in para 4, line 2, changed "Pennsylvania Ave." to "W. Pennsylvania Ave."

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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Example 15-5 (init-a/init-a.cpp)

void init_array_1(int data[]) { int index; for (...){ .... } should be void int_array_1(int data[]) { int index; for (...){ .... } }

Anonymous   
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the figure on this page is new

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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line -4

"If you put the const after the *, we tell C++ that the data is constant." now reads "If you put the const after the *, we tell C++ that the pointer is constant." (changed "data" to "pointer")

Anonymous    Dec 01, 1998
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4th line

command options file1 file1 file3 ... should be: command options file1 file2 file3 ...

Note from the Author or Editor:
Reader is correct, but page is 242

Anonymous   
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para. 7 under "The End-of-Line Puzzle," lines 1 and 5

changed "<line feed><carriage return>" to "<carriage return><line feed>"

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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In Example 16-3 the parentheses in the line

(cerr << "Cannot open output file "); were removed.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 16-3

out_file << cur_char; now reads: out_file.put(cur_char);

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 16-4, line 27: changed

if (argc != 3) { to if (argc != 2) {

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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Example 16-4

Cast (unsigned int) is not necessary and it is not the recommended C++ style, so it has been removed.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 17-1, top of page

The declaration reads: int lookup(char *); The author recommends the use of variables in declarations. It now reads: int lookup(char *name);

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 17-2

The line: istream &extended_getline(char *line, int size, ifstream &file) now reads: istream &extended_getline(char *line, int size, istream &file)

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 17-2

At the bottom of the page the line: istream result; /* Result of gets */ now reads: istream result; /* Result of getline */

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 17-2, top of page

The line: return (*result); should be removed.

Anonymous   
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Example 17-3

The line: char *extended_getline... now reads: void *extended_getline...

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 17-4

The code should read: * (normally stdin) * ************************************************ void &extended_getline(char *line, int size, istream &file) { if (playback_file_open) { &playback_file.getline(line, size); if (file == cin) // Echo the input to the standard out // so the user sees it cout << line << ' '; ) else file.getline(line, size); //Did someone ask for a save file? if (save_file_open) save_file << line << ' '; }

Anonymous   
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Example 17-5, top of page

4th line now reads: ifstream playback_file... and the 9th line now reads: void *extended_getline...

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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twice in code, made " John is in the list" into " John is not

in the list"; in the last para., line 2: changed "PVCS" to "PCVS"

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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code

The lines: main(argc, argv) int argc; char *argv[]; should read: int // ... main(int argc, char *argv[])

Anonymous   
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added a semicolon at the end of the "debug_ptr..." line

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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para. 2 under "Going Through the Output": changed

"C++ allows you to" to "The shell or command-line interpreter allows you to"

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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1st paragraph

In the first sentence the name of the function is missing It should read: ...generated from the procedure number.

Anonymous   
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The last sentence before "Runtime Errors" now reads: ...break 49 if point_number == 735...

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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2nd line of code at top of page now reads: complex operator +(real v1, real v2); // Illegal

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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In the middle of the page the function number.set() is used, but it has

not been defined yet. number.set(real, imaginary); now reads: number.set_real(real); number.set_imaginary(imaginary);

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Answers to Chapter Questions

The following was added to the end of the section: Unfortunately, this only solves part of the problem. Now we don't call the copy constructor going into the operator = function. But when we return (*this), the return value has to be copied, so we still call the copy constructor. The solution is to return a reference to the class instead of a copy of the class. Thus our declaration of the operator = function should be: trouble &trouble::operator = (const trouble &old_trouble) {

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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In Table 19-1

33000.0 now reads: 330000.0

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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In "Multiplication" under item 3, the normalized result

+1.3200E+0 now reads: +1.320E+0

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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At the top of the page the line

1/3 as floating point is 3.333-1 now reads: 1/3 as floating point is 3.333E-1

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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3rd block of code

Mine reads: struct person *new_ptr; Should read: class person *new_ptr; since it was declared as a class in the 2nd block of code.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Code should be person* new_ptr;

Anonymous   
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2nd block of code under :delete Operator"

delete []pointer; should be: delete[] pointer; It is better to use only one form.

Anonymous   
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5th line of code now reads: int data; //Data in this element

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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1st line of code now reads: (*new_ptr).data = item

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 20-2

name -- name to look for in the list now reads: value -- value to look for in the list and: int linked_list::find(char *name) now reads: int linked_list::find(int value) and: while ((strcmp(current_ptr->data, name != 0) && now reads: while (current_ptr->data == value) &&

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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code sample, lines 12, 13, 15, 18: changed all occurances

of "insert_ptr" to "after_ptr"

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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2nd paragraph

The sentence: The variable after_ptr is set to point to the previous value. now reads: The variable after_ptr is set to point to the next value.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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code

The lines: linked_list_item *before_ptr; // Insert before this element linked_list_item *after_ptr; // Insert after this element now reads: linked_list_item *before_ptr; // Insert after this element linked_list_item *after_ptr; // Insert before this element

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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In the middle of the page, the sentence

Notice that we do not have to keep track of the variable after_ptr. now reads: Notice that we do not have to keep track of the variable before_ptr.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The 6th paragraph now refers to Figure 20-10, not 20-11.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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The order of the steps does not fit to the order of the steps described

in the text (confusing). The indents before step 3 and 4 have been removed.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Figures 20-9 and 20-10 were switched.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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"private:" was added to the top of class tree.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Figures 20-12 and 20-13 were switched.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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changed first code sample

void tree::enter_one(node *&tree_node, char *word) { int result; // Result of strcmp // See if we have reached the end if (tree_node == NULL) { tree_node = new node; tree_node->left = NULL; tree_node->right = NULL; tree_node->word = strdup(word); } result = strcmp(node->word, word); if (result == 0) return; if (result < 0) enter_one(tree_node->right, word); else enter_one(tree_node->left, word); } (changed "*&node" to "*&tree_node" in line 1, changed "node" to "tree_node" in subsequent lines.)

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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code

result = strcmp(node->word, word); now reads: result = strcmp(node->data, word);

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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first code sample, lines 5 and 7: changed

"print_tree" to "print_one"

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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para. 1 under "The Rest of the Program", last

sentence: changed "print_tree" to "print_one" (still in constant-width font.)

Anonymous    Jul 01, 1998
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Example 20-3, middle of page

for (index = 1; index < sizeof(word); ++index) { now reads: for (index = 1; index < sizeof(word) -1; ++index) {

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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1st para

There appears to be a missing code example after the first paragraph. It ends in a colon, indicating something should follow, but nothing does.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Change : to .

Anonymous   
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In the middle of the page, the line

b_stack::b_stack(cont unsigned ... now reads: b_stack::b_stack(const unsigned ...

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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2nd block of code

The line: letter.send(); now reads: letter.send_it(); (Compare class mail definition on page 388).

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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2nd paragraph

The sentence: The trouble is that letter is a mail class, so when we call letter.send() we call the send of the base class mail. now reads: The trouble is that letter is a mail class, so when we call letter.send_it() we call the send_it of the base class mail.

Anonymous    Jun 01, 2001
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Example 22-1

In the second comment block, the Parameters explanation is senseless because there is no parameter in the function. Parameters the stack -- stack to initialize should be removed.

Anonymous   
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Example 23-2

In the comment block, the function declaration: int &operator [](int index) should read: int &operator [](const unsigned int index)

Anonymous   
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Example 23-2, middle of page

BLOCK_SIZE = 100 should be: BLOCK_SIZE = 10

Anonymous   
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last para.: changed "100" to "10" and "308" to "38"

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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Example 23-3

The right side of the first comment box should be realigned.

Anonymous   
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In the line

((HIGH_BOUND - LOW_BOUND) / (float) (NUMBER_OF_LINES); a parenthesis is missing before ;.

Anonymous   
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Figure 24-1: Corrected two errors

- the #define make_max(type) line (first line) now reads: #define define_max(type) - the statement "return (d1)" now appears on the blank line in the middle of each function in the "generated code" column.

Anonymous    May 01, 1999
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In the middle of the page, the line

if (strcmp(d1, d2) < 0 should read: if (strcmp(d1, d2) > 0 (Compare same function on page 440).

Anonymous   
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1st block of code

The 3rd line should read: #else /* __MSDOS__ */ and the 5th line should read: #endif /* __MSDOS__ */

Anonymous   
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In the first para. of the box "Porting four-letter words," letter is

misspelled as "latter".

Anonymous   
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Example 26-1

The number of comment only lines should be 3 instead of 4.

Anonymous   
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Example 26-2

A semicolon is missing at the end of line: char *name = "Test"

Anonymous   
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"Revisions", first paragraph

The "need for expendability" should be "need for expandability".

Anonymous   
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Example 26-8

$(CCFLAGS)=-g should read: $(CCFLAGS) = -g

Anonymous   
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4th code block

A semicolon is missing at the end of line: cout << b_sample.*data_ptr << ' ' INDEX:

Anonymous   
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removed the first entry for "standard libraries"

Anonymous    Jan 01, 1998
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(556) The try keyword is explained on page 403 and not on page 405.

Anonymous