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By Laura M. LaVoie

ISBN-10: 1482724936

ISBN-13: 9781482724936

A hundred and twenty principles for Tiny dwelling is the tale of ways one couple downsized their lives to slot right into a tiny condominium measuring in basic terms one hundred twenty sq. toes. during this publication, writer Laura M. LaVoie describes simply a hundred and twenty of the guidelines that they had to show their tiny residence right into a domestic. every thing from building to adorning to spending time within the tiny home is explored. If you've ever considered construction or residing in a smaller domestic, it is a nice source for you.

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2004 22:51:29 Declaring Variables The output when I ran this program (yours may be different) is The The The The address size of address size of of testScore is 0012FED4 testScore is 2 of myGPA is 0012FEC8 myGPA is 4 Figure 3-1 shows how memory is reserved for the two variables. Due to the different size of the variables, the short variable, testScore, takes up two bytes of memory, and the float variable, myGPA, takes up four bytes of memory. Figure 3-1: Memory reserved for declared variables As Figure 3-1 depicts, the addresses of the two variables are near each other.

Figure 3-1: Memory reserved for declared variables As Figure 3-1 depicts, the addresses of the two variables are near each other. The operating system often attempts to do this. However, this is not always possible, depending on factors such as the size of the variables and memory already reserved. There is no guarantee that two variables will even be near each other in memory. In Figure 3-1, the value for both memory addresses is unknown. That is because we have not yet specified the values to be stored in those memory locations.

In other words, if you specify int instead of short as the data type, four bytes of storage will be reserved, even if you could store the number in less bytes. The reason is that it is not known, when memory is reserved, what value will be stored there. Additionally, the value could change. Accordingly, enough bytes of storage are reserved for the maximum possible value of that data type. Why Use a Smaller Size Data Type? Given that an int can store a far wider range of numbers than a short, you also may be wondering why you ever would use a short rather than an int.

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