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This statement will cause a compilation error because no set accessor is defined for the indexer. There are two important restrictions to using indexers. First, because an indexer does not define a storage location, a value produced by an indexer cannot be passed as a ref or out parameter to a method. Second, an indexer must be an instance member of its class; it cannot be declared static.
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FlOOR(number, significance) is similar to CEILING, but rounds the number toward zero. FLOOR(1.99,1) returns 1. FLOOR( 1.99, 1) returns 1. Similar to CEILING, both the number and significance must have the same sign. If they do not, a #NUM! error results. ROUNDUP(number, number of digits) behaves like ROUND, but rounds a number away from zero (in this sense it also works like CEILING). The number of digits can be a positive or negative number, and works exactly the same way as in ROUND. ROUNDDOWN(number, number of digits) is similar to ROUNDUP, but rounds the number toward zero.
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Since C++ was first invented, it has undergone three major revisions, with each revision adding to and altering the language. The first revision was in 1985 and the second occurred in 1990. The third revision occurred during the C++ standardization process. In the early 1990s, work began on a standard for C++. Towards that end, a joint ANSI and ISO (International Standards Organization) standardization committee was formed. The first draft of the proposed standard was created on January 25, 1994. In that draft, the ANSI/ISO C++ committee (of which I was a member) kept the features first defined by Stroustrup and added some new ones as well. But, in general, this initial draft reflected the state of C++ at the time. Soon after the completion of the first draft of the C++ standard, an event occurred that caused the standard to expand greatly: the creation of the Standard Template Library (STL) by Alexander Stepanov. As you will learn, the STL is a set of generic routines that you can use to manipulate data. It is both powerful and elegant. But the STL is also quite large. Subsequent to the first draft, the committee voted to include the STL in the specification for C++. The addition of the STL expanded the scope of C++ well beyond its original definition. While important, the inclusion of the STL, among other things, slowed the standardization of C++. It is fair to say that the standardization of C++ took far longer than any one had expected when it began. In the process, many new features were added to the language and many small changes were made. In fact, the version of C++ defined by the C++ committee is much larger and more complex than Stroustrup s original design. The final draft was passed out of committee on November 14, 1997, and an ANSI/ISO standard for C++ became a reality in 1998. This specification for C++ is commonly referred to as Standard C++. The material in this book describes Standard C++. This is the version of C++ supported by all mainstream C++ compilers, including Microsoft s Visual C++ and Borland s C++ Builder. Therefore, the code and information in this book is fully applicable to all modern C++ environments.
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The fraction, or proportion, of molecules on a particular energy level i is the number of molecules on that energy level divided by the total number of molecules. n e kT Fi = i = N Z This is also the probability of finding that any particular molecule has energy Ei. For example, if 1/5 of the molecules have energy Ei and if we could somehow sample and measure the energy of a single molecule, there would be a probability of 1/5, or .2 of finding that the molecule we sampled had an energy of Ei. Therefore we sometimes write Pi instead of Fi. n e kT Pi = i = N Z The point is that the fraction of molecules in a particular state is equivalent to the probability of finding a molecule in that particular state. This is an important point because sometimes we want to know the probability of a particular biophysical process occurring. The probability of a process occurring is often related to the probability of a particular energy state occurring.
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