Basic geodesy : an introduction to the history and concepts by James R. Smith

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10. Describe qualified identifiers and explain their advantages and disadvantages. 11. Test whether your compiler requires forward declarations by writing a module in which a procedure is called before it is declared. If your compiler requires a forward declaration, write one so that your module works properly without reordering the way the procedures are declared. 1 Expressions Expressions represent or show a value; like everything in Oberon, all expressions have a type. The simplest expressions are literal values.

The identifier can then be used within the procedure in place of the value it represents. 26 Into the Realm of Oberon You have to make sure you have the exact same number of arguments as there are parameters. Otherwise, you'll get a compile-time error. For example, the procedure call Wri telni tials ( "E" ) would cause an such an error. As long as the parameters are declared with the same type, the type needs to appear only once in the list, with each identifier separated by a comma. Or if you wish, you can write each identifier and type separately.

Procedure Add shows both ways that the values of a variable can be changed. First, let us examine the body of Add. It contains one statement: result := first + second; The symbol we haven't seen before is the ' : ='. This is called the assignment operator. The variable on the left side "gets" or "is assigned" the value of the expression on the right side. , Add(5, 7, sum», the parameter first takes on the value 5 and second takes on the value 7. Recall that parameters are positional-the arguments are passed by the corresponding position in the parameter list.

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