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Valueandvariables

  1. 1. Answer
  2. 2. Speed*Distance Answer
  3. 3. Speed*Distance
  4. 4. A+B=C Answer
  5. 5. A+B=C
  6. 6. Weight = 3024 g Answer
  7. 7. Weight = 3024 g
  8. 8. Time = T + D Answer
  9. 9. Time = T + D
  10. 10. S*D = (5*5.2) Answer
  11. 11. S*D = (5*5.2)
  12. 12. Value Parameters can beused to supply informationto a procedure, but not out from it.
  13. 13. Procedure Vehicle (var Time, Distance:real);Var speed:real;Begin speed := Time*Distance; writeln(‘The speed is:’, Speed:6:2);End;
  14. 14. The Variable Parameters can be used to bring information into the procedure and/or passinformation from out of the procedure.
  15. 15. Procedure Vehicle2 (Time, Distance:real);Var speed:real;Begin speed := Time*Distance; writeln(‘The speed is:’, Speed:6:2);End;BeginClrscr;Vehicle2(5,5.5);Readln;End.
  16. 16. Program Subprograms; BeginUses crt; Clrscr;Var T, D : real; T:=5;Procedure Vehicle (var Time, Distance: D:=5.5;real); Vehicle (T,D);Var Speed: real; Vehicle2 (5,5.5);Begin Vehicle2 (T+5,5.5*2); Speed := Time*Distance; Vehicle2(T,D); writeln (‘the speed is:’ , speed:6:2); Readln;End; End.Procedure Vehicle2 (Time, Distance: real);Var Speed: real;Begin Speed := Time*Distance; writeln (‘the speed is:’ , speed:6:2);End;

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