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Most of the words and symbols in all BASIC interpreters are the same, although there are exceptions. Various computer manufacturers may vary a particular instruction or symbol. Some BASIC interpreters may include features not available in other interpreters. For example, it is now becoming common practice for some BASIC interpreters to accept "true" integers: A %, B% . ) The % tells the BASIC interpreter to store and treat this variable as a computer integer (usually 16 bits), rather than a "floating point" number, which is encoded in 32 bits.
19: More Efficient "Round Robin" Program 21 22 BASIC EXERCISES FOR THE ATARI Conclusion In this chapterwe have covered the rudiments offlowcharting. 7, however, presented a more advanced branching technique that is not required knowledge for the beginning programmer but can be useful when more complex problems are attempted . As we study the exercises in the following chapters, we will be able to perfect our general knowledge of flowcharts and, above all, learn how to construct them . CHAPTER 3 Exercises Using Integers Introduction This chapter will present exercises that demonstrate the use of whole numbers in BASIC.
For example, for the fraction 1~ we obtain: ~=~+~+~+_1_ 11 2 5 55 110 Exercise: Construct a program that partitions a fraction into Egyptian fractions using the Fibonacci algorithm . Pay particular attention to formatting the output. We will soon discuss the limitations of this program and some precautions to be taken . Solution: At first this problem appears to be very simple. We must: - Find the largest Egyptian fraction less than ~ . - Calculate the remainder fraction. If we start with the calculation C = INT(*), then ~~~ C B In this calculation , C will be very close to the desired denominator.