array

This example shows how to create an Eiffel array from an existing C array. After you have done the appropriate steps to compile the example, you will get a cecil.exe on windows, or cecil on Unix. Launch the program and you will be prompted for 10 integers that will be inserted in a C array, it will then initialize the Eiffel array and calls display from the MY_ARRAY class. A typical output will be: $ ./cecil Enter 10 integers: Enter element 1: 1 Enter element 2: 2 Enter element 3: 3 Enter element 4: 4 Enter element 5: 5 Enter element 6: 6 Enter element 7: 7 Enter element 8: 8 Enter element 9: 9 Enter element 10: 10 Display an Eiffel Array: @1 = 1 @2 = 2 @3 = 3 @4 = 4 @5 = 5 @6 = 6 @7 = 7 @8 = 8 @9 = 9 @10 = 10

string

This example shows how to create an Eiffel string from an existing C string. After you have done the appropriate steps to compile the example, you will get a cecil.exe on windows, or cecil on Unix. Launch the program and you will be prompted for a string, it will then initialize the Eiffel string and calls io. put_string from the STD_FILES class. A typical output will be: $ ./cecil Enter a string to convert in Eiffel string: Hello World! Now printing the Eiffel string from Eiffel Hello World!

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