#include<iostream>
#include<string>
 
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using namespace std;
 
int main() {
 
    cout << "Bad input:" << endl;
 
    // This example builds on the bad input example at
    // end of the previous chapter.
    //
    // First let's try values that are out of range.
    int favorite_number = 0;
 
    cout << "As you have seen in the reading an \"if\"" << endl;
    cout << "statement gives you a way to check for a condition:"  << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me) " ;
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "We can also have and else part:" << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me) " ;
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
    else cout << favorite_number << " is good input!" << endl;
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "Test the other side of the same if-else statement:" << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: " ;
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
    else cout << favorite_number << " is good input!" << endl;
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "We could also exit the program on bad input:" << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me (exits)) ";
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
    // WARNING: STUPID CODE USED TO MAKE A POINT. DO NOT USE THIS!
    if (favorite_number < 0) cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input." << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) cout << "Exiting..." << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) return 0;
    else cout << favorite_number << " is good input!" << endl;
 
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "Also from the reading c++ lets us group code with {}" << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me (exits)) ";
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input." << endl;
        cout << "Exiting..." << endl;
        return 0;
    }
    else {
        cout << favorite_number << " is good input!" << endl;
    }
 
    // Note the style used above.
 
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "We can now responde more gracefully to bad input more gracefully and ask again:" << endl;
    cout << endl;
 
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input, try again." << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE number: ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
    }
    cout << "Your favorite number is " << favorite_number << endl;
    // FYI you only need that much for your lab
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "What about the bad input the second time? We could:" << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
 
    // there are better ways to handle this, but notice that we can put groups in groups:
 
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
        if (favorite_number < 0) {
            cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
            cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE! number: ";
            cin >> favorite_number;
            cout << endl;
        }
    }
    cout << "You said your favorite number is " << favorite_number << endl;
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "This is NOT the same as the following, but it has the same effect IN THIS CASE:" << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
    }
    // is it still negative?
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE! number: ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
    }
    cout << "You said your favorite number is " << favorite_number << endl;
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "What about truely difficult:" << endl;
    cout << "Please give me your favorite non-negative number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
    cin >> favorite_number;
    cout << endl;
 
    // ALSO STUPID CODE:
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
    }
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
    }
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE number: (give me a negative number to test me) ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
    }
    if (favorite_number < 0) {
        cout << favorite_number << " is negative and therefore bad input" << endl;
        cout << "Please give me your favorite NON-NEGATIVE number: ";
        cin >> favorite_number;
        cout << endl;
    }
    // ...
    cout << "You said your favorite number is " << favorite_number << endl;
 
    // We will have better ways of dealing with this when we do loops next week.
 
 
    string name = "";
 
    cout << endl;
    cout << "We can also do similar things with text:" << endl;
    cout << "Please enter an name: (try Kevin or Fred) ";
    cin >> name;
    cout << endl;
 
    if ((name != "Kevin") && (name != "Fred")){
        cout << name << " is a fine name, but Kevin or Fred would have been better." << endl;
        cout << "Please enter a name ";
        cin >> name;
        cout << endl;
    }
    else {
        cout << name << " is a fine name, either Kevin or Fred would have been great choices." << endl;
 
    }
    cout << "You entered " << name << endl;
 
 
    return 0;
}
cs-142/input-and-ifs.txt · Last modified: 2016/09/12 20:14 by kseppi
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