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And Nash, S. 1989, Numerical Methods and Software (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall), Chapter 2. D. 1982, Numerical Analysis, 2nd ed. 3. H. 1964, Rounding Errors in Algebraic Processes (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: PrenticeHall). 2 C Family Syntax Not only C++, but also Java, C#, and (to varying degrees) other computer languages, share a lot of small-scale syntax with the older C language [1]. By small scale, we mean operations on built-in types, simple expressions, control structures, and the like.

In C family languages the simple break statement terminates execution of the innermost for, while, do, or switch construction and proceeds to the next sequential instruction. A typical usage might be for(;;) { ... ) break; ... } ... (statements before the test) (statements after the test) (next sequential instruction) Companion to break is continue, which transfers program control to the end of the body of the smallest enclosing for, while, or do statement, but just inside that body’s terminating curly brace.

The vector and matrix types that appear in Numerical Recipes source code are as follows. Vectors: VecInt, VecUint, VecChar, VecUchar, VecCharp, VecLlong, VecUllong, VecDoub, VecDoubp, VecComplex, and VecBool. Matrices: MatInt, MatUint, MatChar, MatUchar, MatLlong, MatUllong, MatDoub, MatComplex, and MatBool. These should all be understandable, semantically, as vectors and matrices whose elements are the corresponding user-defined types, above. , VecCharp is a vector of pointers to char, that is, char*.

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