The C++ namespace: explicitly using the 'using namespace std' C++ program example

 

Compiler: Visual C++ Express Edition 2005

Compiled on Platform: Windows XP Pro SP2

Header file: Standard

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To do: Using the C++ standard  namespace statement explicitly in C++ programming

To show: How  to use the 'using namespace std' explicitly in C++ programming

 

// using C++ standard namespace

#include <iostream>

// but has to explicitly use the 'using namespace std'

using namespace std;

 

// another way of simplifying type identifier

typedef unsigned short USHORT;

 

// function prototype

USHORT FindTheArea(USHORT length, USHORT width);

 

int main(void)

{

USHORT lengthOfYard;

USHORT widthOfYard;

USHORT areaOfYard;

 

cout<< "\nThe wide of your yard(meter)? ";

cin>> widthOfYard;

cout<< "\nThe long of your yard(meter)? ";

cin>> lengthOfYard;

areaOfYard = FindTheArea(lengthOfYard, widthOfYard);

cout<< "\nYour yard is ";

cout<< areaOfYard;

cout<< " square meter\n\n";

 

return 0;

}

 

USHORT FindTheArea(USHORT l, USHORT w)

{

return (l * w);

}

 

Output example:

 

The wide of your yard(meter)? 20

The long of your yard(meter)? 10

Your yard is 200 square meter

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