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The design for the program is shown in Figure 1-17. Frequency histogram getData printData make make Frequency FIGURE 1-17 Design for Frequency Histogram Program make make Histogram Chapter 1 Basic Concepts 43 Each of the subalgorithms is described below. a. The getData algorithm reads the file and stores the data in an array. b. The printData algorithm prints the data in the array. c. The makeFrequency algorithm examines the data in the array, one element at a time, and adds 1 to the corresponding element in a frequency array based on the data value.

For example, any of the following statements could be used to get data from a file: read student file read student file into student read (studentFile into student) 3. Explain how an algorithm in an application program differs from an algorithm in an abstract data type. 4. Identify the atomic data types for your primary programming language. 9 Practice Sets 5. Identify the composite data types for your primary programming language. 6. Reorder the following efficiencies from smallest to largest: a.

Pointer to void The first feature is pointer to void. Because C is strongly typed, operations such as assign and compare must use compatible types or be cast to compatible types. The one exception is the pointer to void, which can be assigned without a cast. In other words, a pointer to void is a generic pointer that can be used to represent any data type during compilation or run time. Figure 1-6 shows the idea of a pointer to void. Note that a pointer to void is not a null pointer; it is pointing to a generic data type (void).