12 Matching questions
- long long
- assignment operators
- type cast operator
- NSString character string object
- a couter += 10
counter -= 5
counter /= 2
- b Used to store values containing decimal digits. The NSLog conversion characters %f or %g can be used to display floats.
- c long int factorial;
The declared integer variable gets an extended range.
To display a long int you must use %li
- d double is the same as float except it has twice the range.
- e @"blah blah blah";
- f A long long int will hold an int with a greater range
- g long, long long, short, signed, and unsigned
- h Forces one type of variable to become another
- i Every value has a range of values associated with it. The range has to do with the amount of storage allocated to store a particular type of data. 64 bit systems can have a larger range than a 32 bit system.
- j A minus sign indicates that the value is negative. Commas can't be used and no embedded spaces should be put between the digits.
- k any literal number, single character, or character string
- l You can use a char variable to store a single character. You have to enclose the character within a pair of single quotation marks e.g. 'e' or ';' or 'p'. %c can be used to display char variables.