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USIN G return As well as passing information to a function, we must be able to pass information back to the caller from the function. This may be done in one of three ways: by using a return statement to pass a value via the function name, by passing one or more values back through the parameter list, or by changing the values of symbols to which both the function and the caller have access. For the reason given earlier this last form of communication will not yet be used. 5 computes the surface area of a rectangular box having dimensions that can be expressed as integers.
Correspondingly, given the address of a data item, we can easily obtain its value. As might be expected, in C the mechanism is short and simple. We obtain the address of an item by prefixing it with ampersand: thus &x is the address of x. In order that we can manipulate addresses we need to be able to define items that have pointers or addresses as their values. This is done as follows int i j /* i represents a value of type integer */ int *ptrj /* ptr holds the address of a data item */ /* of type integer.
Following the execution of break, the statement that follows the while statement is executed. A return statement also may be used to escape from the while loop. However, as might be expected, this not only causes immediate exit from the while statement, but also forces exit from the function that contains the while statement. The while statement can also be exploited when attempting to make the user interface of a program more robust. If a program directs a query to its user which requires a simple 'yes' or 'no' answer, for example: Do you wish to continue (Y or N)?
A Book on C by B. A. E. Meekings, T. P. Kudrycki, M. D. Soren (auth.)