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8 Which of the following have valid subscript expressions? (1) LANE(NUM*IN-4) (2) ARRM(LAST-2) (3) NLIST(I*2) (4) ANOT(M+N) The next section includes an example showing how an expression can be used as a subscript. 6 SORTING It is often necessary to sort the elements of an array so that the values of the elements are in ascending order. There are many techniques for sorting but we shall consider just one simple one the exchange sort. Before we examine a program segment to do the sort let us look at the mechanism of this type of sort.
Use the statement function AREA. 2 to assign the volume of material in a pipe of length RLENTH and inner and outer radii of RIN and ROUT respectively, to a variable VOLPIP. The arguments in a statement function definition are called dummy arguments because they serve only to indicate the number, order and type of the actual argt~ents - that is, the arguments used in a reference from the main program. The name of a dummy argument may be the same as the name of a variable in the main program. Actual arguments must agree in number, order and type with their corresponding dummy arguments.
2 are referred to as the initial and terminal parameters, respectively. In that program the loop variable is incremented by 1 each time through the loop. This can be changed by writing a third parameter - the incrementation parameter - which specifies the value by which the loop variable is to be incremented. 07 The loop variable NUM is incremented by 10 each time through the loop instead of 1. The loop statements are executed S times with NUM having the values 10, 20, 30, 40 and SO. The program outputs the square roots of the numbers 10 to SO in increments of 10.