In Chapter 8 we introduced the basic architecture and most commonly used parts of the IO library. In this section we’ll look at three of the more specialized features that the IO library supports: format control, unformatted IO, and random access.
Exercise 17.31: What would happen if we defined
e inside the
do loop of the game-playing program from this section?
Exercise 17.32: What would happen if we defined
resp inside the loop?