# Calling the Function. Two Function Declarations Here is a function declared as pass by value. Why use Pass By Reference?

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1 Functions in C++ Let s take a look at an example declaration: Lecture 2 long factorial(int n) Functions The declaration above has the following meaning: The return type is long That means the function will return a long integer to the calling function The name of the function is factorial When we need to call this function we will use this name The function takes one parameter which is an integer variable named n Functions in C++ How might our factorial function be implemented? long factorial(int n) long result = 1, k = n; while(k > 1) result *= k--; return result; Note the use of the post-decrement operator Why do we use postfix here instead of prefix? Note the use of return to return the value to the caller Functions in C++ How might we call our function from a main() function? #include <iostream> long factorial(int); // forward declaration int x; cout << Please enter a number> << endl; cin >> x; cout << x <<! is << factorial(x) << endl; Note forward declaration Needed only if factorial() appears below main() in the file Parameter names do not need to be specified but all types must! Function call--an expression which evaluates to its return value Could also be used in assignment Argument Passing Demonstration #1 The factorial function There are two ways to pass arguments to functions in C++: Pass by VALUE Pass by REFERENCE Pass by VALUE The value of a variable is passed along to the function If the function modifies that value, the modifications stay within the scope of that function Pass by REFERENCE A reference to the variable is passed along to the function If the function modifies that value, the modifications appear also within the scope of the calling function 1

2 Two Function Declarations Here is a function declared as pass by value // pass by value x *= x; // remember, this is like x = x * x; return x; Now here is the same function declared as pass by reference long squareit(long &x) // pass by reference x *= x; // remember, this is like x = x * x; return x; What s the difference? Calling the Function #include <iostreams> long y; cout << Enter a value to be squared> ; cin >> y; long result = squareit(y); cout << y << squared is << result << endl; Suppose the user enters the number 7 as input When squareit() is declared as pass by value, the output is: 7 squared is 49 When squareit() is declared as pass by reference, the output is: 49 squared is 49 Let s see for ourselves Demonstration #2 Pass by Value vs Pass by Reference Because you really want changes made to a parameter to persist in the scope of the calling function The function call you are implementing needs to initialize a given parameter for the calling function You need to return more than one value to the calling function Because you are passing a large structure A large structure takes up stack space Passing by reference passes merely a reference (pointer) to the structure, not the structure itself Let s look at these two reasons individually Because you want to return two values void gettimeandtemp(string &time, string &temp) time = queryatomicclock(); // made up func temp = querylocaltemperature(); // made up func All the caller would need to do now is provide the string variables string thetime, thetemp; gettimeandtemp(thetime,thetemp); cout << The time is: << thetime << endl; cout << The temperature is: << thetemp << endl; Because you are passing a large structure: void initdatatype(bigdatatype &arg1) arg1field1 = 0; arg1field2 = 1; // etc, etc, assume BIGDataType has // lots of fields initdatatype is an arbitrary function used to initialize a variable of type BIGDataType Assume BIGDataType is a large class or structure With Pass by Reference, only a reference is passed to this function (instead of throwing the whole chunk on the stack) 2

3 But be careful bool isbusy(bigdatatype &arg1) if (arg1busyfield = 0) return true; return false; You can specify that a parameter cannot be modified: bool isbusy(const BIGDataType &arg1) if (arg1busyfield = 0) return true; return false; Recognize the familiar bug? What s worse is that you ve mangled the data type in the scope of the calling function as well! Can you protect against this? By adding the const keyword in front of the argument declaration, you tell the compiler that this parameter must not be changed by the function Any attempts to change it will generate a compile time error Demonstration #3 Pass by Reference (with and without the const keyword) OK, we ve used the s word a few times already today What does it mean? can be defined as a range of lines in a program in which any variables that are defined remain valid delimiters are the curly braces and delimiters are usually encountered: At the beginning and end of a function definition In switch statements In loops and if/else statements In class definitions (coming soon!) All by themselves in the middle of nowhere Wait, what was that last one????? Delimiters may appear by themselves int x = 0,y = 1, k = 5; int x = 1; When you have multiple scopes in the same function you may access variables in any of the parent scopes You may also declare a variable with the same name as one in a parent scope The local declaration takes precedence int x = 0,y = 1; int x = 1, k = 5; What is wrong here? You may only access variables that are declared in the current scope or above 3

4 There is a global scope int globalx = 0; int x = 0,y = 1,k = 5; int x = 1; globalx = 10; cout << globalx is << globalx << endl; Demonstration #4 Miscellaneous Issues What happens here? Function Declarations vs Definitions We ve been somewhat lax about this long squareit(long); return( x * x ); // Declaration (or prototype) // Definition Before a function may be called by any other function it must be either defined or declared When a function is declared separately from its definition, this is called a forward declaration Forward declarations need only to specify return type and parameter type Parameter names are irrelevant What happens when programs start getting really big? We naturally want to separate all the functions we implement into logical groupings These groupings are usually stored in their own files How, then, do we access a function from one file when we are working in another file? We move the function declarations into header files Then all we need to do is include the appropriate header file in whatever source file needs it By convention, the function definitions go into a source file with a cpp suffix, whereas function declarations go into a source file with a h suffix Consider the following example // mymathh -- header file for math functions long squareit(long); // mymathcpp -- implementation of math functions // maincpp #include mymathh cout >> 5 squared is >> squareit(5) >> endl; MAINCPP #include MyMathh int x=squareit(5); cout << x << endl; MYMATHCPP MYMATHH ; We start out with three files When the compiler begins compiling MAINCPP, it will include the MYMATHH header file 4

5 MAINCPP MYMATHH ; int x=squareit(5); cout << x << endl; MYMATHCPP When the compiler begins compiling MAINCPP, the contents of MYMATHH are actually drawn in to the MAINCPP file The compiler sees the declaration of squareit() from MYMATHH and so is happy when it comes time to compile the call to squareit() In the main() function 5

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