Computer Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, by Robert A Meyers

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ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMS An algorithm can take many forms of detail. Often the level of detail required depends on the target of the algorithm. For example, if one were to describe an algorithm Computer Algorithms on how to make a cup of tea to a human, one could use a relatively coarse (high) level of detail. , if the human is required to get a cup from a cupboard, it would be fair to assume that he/she knows how to do this without elaboration on the task. On the other hand, a program is generally a computer program, and consists of a set of instructions at a very fine level of detail.

The first initialization expression is realpart(r ), which states that the class member named realpart should have its initial value taken from the parenthesized expression, r . The second initialization expression sets the imagpart member to zero. The body of the constructor, like the body of all C procedures, is delimited by a pair of curly braces, but in this particular example there is nothing to do in the constructor body because all the work has been done in the initialization section of the constructor.

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