new A 与 new A()的区别 [问题点数:30分,结帖人Arthas102]

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new A()和new A 有什么区别
类<em>A</em>;rnrnrn<em>new</em> <em>A</em>()和<em>new</em> <em>A</em> 有什么<em>区别</em>?
new String("a");的区别是什么?">String a="a";和String a=new String("a");的区别是什么?
B继承于AA a=new B()与B a=new B()区别
A a=new B()问题
<em>A</em>是基类,B是派生类rn然后<em>A</em> a=<em>new</em> B();rn按照我的理解:在内存中创造了一个B对象,然后把此对象的地址赋给变量a(因为a是引用类型,所以应该接收的是一个地址)rnrn为什么a不能访问派生类B中增加的成员呢?
A a和A a()是一样的么?new Anew A()是一样的么?
class <em>A</em>rnrn public:rn <em>A</em>();rn;rn<em>A</em>::<em>A</em>()rnrn ......rnrnrn<em>A</em> a 和 <em>A</em> a()是一样的么?rn<em>new</em> <em>A</em> 和 <em>new</em> <em>A</em>()是一样的么?rn
A a=new A()和A* a=new A() 这两句代码意义意义吗?
类<em>A</em>rnrn<em>A</em> a=<em>new</em> <em>A</em>()rn和rn<em>A</em>* a=<em>new</em> <em>A</em>()rnrn结果的a都可以使用。他们有什么<em>区别</em>啊!
关于 A a=(A)(new B())
using System;rnusing System.Collections.Generic;rnusing System.Text;rnrnnamespace Console<em>A</em>pplication1rnrn public class <em>A</em>rn rn public virtual void Method<em>A</em>()rn rn Console.WriteLine("<em>A</em>.Method<em>A</em>");rn rnrn public void MethodB()rn rn Console.WriteLine("<em>A</em>.MethodB");rn rn rnrn public class B : <em>A</em>rn rn public override void Method<em>A</em>()rn rn // base.Method<em>A</em>();rn Console.WriteLine("B.Method<em>A</em>");rn rnrn public <em>new</em> void MethodB()rn rn Console.WriteLine("B.MethodB");rn rn rnrn class Programrn rn static void Main(string[] args)rn rn <em>A</em> <em>A</em>1 = <em>new</em> B();rn <em>A</em>1.Method<em>A</em>();rn <em>A</em>1.MethodB();rn B B1 = <em>new</em> B();rn B1.Method<em>A</em>();rn B1.MethodB();rn rn rn
dim a as new xx 和 dim a as xx set a=new xx 区别
dim a as <em>new</em> xx rn和 rndim a as xx rnset a=<em>new</em> xx rn<em>区别</em>
请教大家B *p=(A *)new A 和 B *p=new A区别
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A New Change Problem
Problem DescriptionnNow given two kinds of coins <em>A</em> and B,which satisfy that GCD(<em>A</em>,B)=1.Here you can assume that there are enough coins for both kinds.Please calculate the maximal value that you cannot pay and the total number that you cannot pay.n nnInputnThe input will consist of a series of pairs of integers <em>A</em> and B, separated by a space, one pair of integers per line. n nnOutputnFor each pair of input integers <em>A</em> and B you should output the the maximal value that you cannot pay and the total number that you cannot pay, and with one line of output for each line in input.n nnSample Inputn2 3n3 4n nnSample Outputn1 1n5 3
A New Growth Industry
<em>A</em> biologist experimenting with DN<em>A</em> modification of bacteria has found a way to make bacterial colonies sensitive to the nsurrounding population density. By changing the DN<em>A</em>, he is able to "program" the bacteria to respond to the varying densities in their immediate neighborhood. nnThe culture dish is a square, divided into 400 smaller squares (20x20). Population in each small square is measured on a four point scale (from 0 to 3). The DN<em>A</em> information is represented as an array D, indexed from 0 to 15, of integer values and is interpreted as follows: nnIn any given culture dish square, let K be the sum of that square's density and the densities of the four squares immediately to the left, right, above and below that square (squares outside the dish are considered to have density 0). Then, by the next day, that dish square's density will change by D[K] (which may be a positive, negative, or zero value). The total density cannot, however, exceed 3 nor drop below 0. nnNow, clearly, some DN<em>A</em> programs cause all the bacteria to die off (e.g., [-3, -3, ..., -3]). Others result in immediate population explosions (e.g., [3,3,3, ..., 3]), and others are just plain boring (e.g., [0, 0, ... 0]). The biologist is interested in how some of the less obvious DN<em>A</em> programs might behave. nnWrite a program to simulate the culture growth, reading in the number of days to be simulated, the DN<em>A</em> rules, and the initial population densities of the dish. nnnInput Format: nnInput to this program consists of three parts: nn1. The first line will contain a single integer denoting the number of days to be simulated. nn2. The second line will contain the DN<em>A</em> rule D as 16 integer values, ordered from D[0] to D[15], separated from one another by one or more blanks. Each integer will be in the range -3...3, inclusive. nn3. The remaining twenty lines of input will describe the initial population density in the culture dish. Each line describes one row of squares in the culture dish, and will contain 20 integers in the range 0...3, separated from one another by 1 or more blanks.nnnOutput Format: nnThe program will produce exactly 20 lines of output, describing the population densities in the culture dish at the end of the simulation. Each line represents a row of squares in the culture dish, and will consist of 20 characters, plus the usual end-of-line terminator. nnEach character will represent the population density at a single dish square, as follows:nnnNo other characters may appear in the output. nnThis problem contains multiple test cases!nnThe first line of a multiple input is an integer N, then a blank line followed by N input blocks. Each input block is in the format indicated in the problem description. There is a blank line between input blocks.nnThe output format consists of N output blocks. There is a blank line between output blocks.nnnSample Input:nn1n2n0 1 1 1 2 1 0 -1 -1 -1 -2 -2 -3 -3 -3 -3n3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0n0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0nnSample Output:nn##!.................n#!..................n!...................n....................n....................n....................n....................n.........!..........n........!#!.........n.......!#X#!........n........!#!.........n.........!..........n....................n....................n....................n....................n....................n....................n....................n....................
A New Algorithm for FDTD
A a = new A()和A a = new B()生成的引用对象有什么区别??
<em>A</em> a = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>()和<em>A</em> a = <em>new</em> B()生成的引用对象有什么<em>区别</em>??
A New C Compiler
This paper describes yet another series of C compilers. These compilers were developed over the last several years and are now in use on Plan 9. These compilers are experimental in nature and were developed to try out <em>new</em> ideas. Some of the ideas were good and some not so good.
a new one for you
it's need password ?? i don't know guess
移动前端,a new beginning
csdn前一阵子老是登陆不上去,最后才发现原来是被盗号,发了垃圾博客,被管理员关掉了。现在终于又回来了。这一次,是真的要继续写博客了。 今天刚办完了离职手续,从毕业就在这家公司,工作了三年了,因为公司网络禁止的严格,在公司没法写博客,回家又累的不想写,于是就把这里荒废了。明天就要去新公司报道了,这个公司很open,都是用的自己的电脑,当然网络也不会限制。所以,以后我会有时间继续写博客的。也是
Object a=new Object();
IDR_MAINFRAME is a new resource
删除.CLW文件后重新加载class Wizard之后, 再从IDR_M<em>A</em>INFR<em>A</em>ME中某个子菜单进入class Wizard就出现了rnIDR_M<em>A</em>INFR<em>A</em>ME is a <em>new</em> resource....rnrn请问有没有什么办法解决呢?会不会对程序以后有什么影响啊
a new website , welcome!!, welcome!!!!
add a new application
We want to build a multimedia application that runs over a UDP connection, which simulates the behavior of an imaginary multimedia application that implements "five rate media scaling" that can respond to network congestion to some extent by changing encoding and transmission policy pairs associated with scale parameter values.
string a = new string();
string a = <em>new</em> string();rn报错:string没有无参构造函数rnstring a = <em>new</em> string("fgfg");rn为什么还报错?rn而且我在有些资料上看到过string a = <em>new</em> string("fgfg");的写法rn
接口 a = new 实例
比如:rn[code=Java]rnList list= <em>new</em> <em>A</em>rrayList();rn[/code]rnrnrn我知道都这样写,就是不知道有什么好处呢?rnrn转换?rnrn高手指教下,多谢[img=][/img]
new String("a")问题
刚刚看了scjp教程 和 论坛上面很多贴讨论String s="a"和String s = <em>new</em> String("a")的<em>区别</em>。感觉还是有点疑问,提出来希望各位不要见怪。rnrn=====================================================rnString b1 = "b"; rnString b2 = <em>new</em> String("b");rnSystem.out.println(b1 == b2);rnrnString s1 = <em>new</em> String("a");rnString s2 = "a";rnSystem.out.println(s1 == s2);rn=====================================================rn结果是:rnfalsernfalsernrn第一部分可以理解,没有问题。但是第二部分还是不能理解:rnrnSCJP教程中提到 String s1 = <em>new</em> String("a"); 这种方式会创建两个对象,其中一个对象创建好马上被抛弃,而另一个对象在池中。此时s1指向池中的对象。接下来执行String s2 = "a"; 因为池已经有"a"这个对象了,所以,s2也指向"a"。那 (s1==s2)应该返回true.rnrn不知道我的理解哪里有问题?rn
a new kind of science
Mathematica 软件的缔造者S.Wolfram最引以为傲的一本书,主要阐述了他的数学建模思想,提出了细胞机的概念
A New Kind of Science
<em>A</em> New Kind of Science
A New Kind of Chess
DescriptionnnPrince Remmarguts met Uyuw successfully in our previous story, and after that Princess Uyuw introduced a <em>new</em> kind of chess to Remmarguts named Nixgnauhc. The only chessman allowed in it was a special type of Knight. nnThe chessboard is of (N + 1) * (M + 1). Each of the rows and columns are numbered as the following graph: nn![]( N + 1 = 5 + 1 is the number of rows and M + 1 = 4 + 1 is the number of columns. We are also given two integer numbers P and Q, and told that at the beginning of the game, the blocks of (x, y) - (row number, column number) - where x < N, 0 < M, 1<= 100. nnEach of the following lines denotes a single test case, consisting of 8 integers N, M, P, Q, a, b, c, and d. The meanings of such integers are described above.nOutputnnOutput one line per test case, showing the total possibilities of games. We guarantee this number is less than 10^500.nSample Inputnn2n3 3 0 0 1 1 1 1n5 4 2 1 1 1 2 1nSample Outputnn8n7
A new Algorithm
A new review of statistics
<em>A</em> very basic stats book.
a new world 技术文档
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新的一年到了,小弟在这里祝所有的perl爱好者新年快乐,万事如意,心想事成。rn 这点分算是给大家的新年礼物!rn (我知道这篇帖子有点跑题,还请小肯哥手下留情)。
A New Tetris Game
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Conquer a New Region
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A New Joseph Problem
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A New kind of Science
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区别?">New Char() "a", "b",与 New [Char]() "a", "b"有什么区别
这是MSDN上的例子,觉得很奇怪,<em>new</em> [Char],多了个[]是什么意思?rnPublic Shared Sub Main()rn Dim words <em>A</em>s String = "this is a list of words, with: a bit of punctuation."rn Dim split <em>A</em>s String() = words.Split(New [Char]() " "c, ","c, "."c, ":"c)rn rn Dim s <em>A</em>s Stringrn For Each s In splitrn If s.Trim() <> "" Thenrn rn Console.WriteLine(s)rn End Ifrn Next srn End Sub 'MainrnEnd Class 'SplitTestrnrnrn
A aa = new B()与(A)new B()是一样的吗?
请教各位朋友rn<em>A</em>是B的父类那么rn<em>A</em> aa = <em>new</em> B()rn与(<em>A</em>)<em>new</em> B()rn是一样的吗?
请问$a = new oneclass;和$a =& new oneclass;有什么区别
A New Computer Architecture Using a New Program Driving Method
一个程序指令的相互依赖往往限制了可以利用的并行处理。在另一方面,不同程序指令间的依赖越少,和并行越容易实现。但是,传统的处理器都使用“硬件电脑+ ”驱动程序运行,这是无法运行多个程序在单一内核处理器的同时,并因此无法开发并行程序的指令。 本文提出了一种新型的计算机处理器(称为并行多个程式处理器CMPP)架构使用一种新的驱动方法,程序可以运行多个程序在单一内核处理器的同时,而不使用中断技术。新的驱动方法的主要的思路,是提取所有程序/指令驱动内容/因素,形成推动载体,简称为计划驱动矢量( PDV )或程序驱动器( PD ),因此,许多综合布线系统可以驱动多程序执行。
新手求教,A类,A a;和A a=new A;,有啥区别
class <em>A</em>;rn......;rnint main()rnrn <em>A</em> a;rn <em>A</em> b=<em>new</em> <em>A</em>;rn return 0;rnrn对象a和对象b有什么<em>区别</em>呢?rn
A a = new A(); a.method(); 和 IA a = new A(); a.method();两者在jvm里运行时有何区别
<em>new</em>、<em>new</em>()和<em>new</em>[]三者的<em>区别</em>最近写程序,遇到了<em>new</em>, <em>new</em>()和<em>new</em>[]的三种情况,一时间有点混乱,因此总结如下: 1.<em>new</em>和<em>new</em>() <em>new</em> <em>A</em> 来创建一个不确定值的对象或实例,<em>new</em>() 创建一个值为零的对象或实例.而<em>new</em>(X),用于创建一个被初始化为X的对象或实例. 2.<em>new</em>和<em>new</em>[] <em>new</em> 用于单个对象或者实例的创建,就是调用类的构造函数 n
int *a=11和int *a=new int(11)区别
java 对象实例化是否都得NEW一下,譬如A a; a = new A;
rn 谢谢
js中的var a = new A;与var a = new A();有什么区别
js中的var a = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>;与var a = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>();有什么<em>区别</em>?rn加不加()有什么不同吗
A a = new B()与A b = new A()是一样的吗?
rnrnclass <em>A</em> rn int item;rn int a_item;rnrn public void h()rn System.out.println("aaa.h()");rn rn public void f() rn System.out.println("aaa.f()");rn rnrnrnclass B extends <em>A</em> rn int item;rn int b_item;rnrn public void f() rn System.out.println("bbb.f()");rn rn public void k()rn System.out.println("bbb.k()");rn rnrnrnpublic class Test2 rnrn public static void main(String[] args) rn <em>A</em> a = <em>new</em> B();rn <em>A</em> b = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>();rnrn rnrnrn程序如上,a和b所能调用的属性和方法都是一样的,rn是不是a和b就是一样?rn它们有不一样的地方吗?rn
var a = new A();和var a = ;;一样吗?
我觉得rn[code=JScript]var a = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>();[/code]rn和rn[code=JScript]var a = ;rn<em>A</em>.call(a);[/code]rn是完全相同的。
A a=new B()"的确切内涵.">请教"A a=new B()"的确切内涵.
先请看这段程序:rnrnusing System;rnclass <em>A</em>rnrnpublic void F()rnConsole.WriteLine("<em>A</em>.F");rnpublic virtual void G()rnConsole.WriteLine("<em>A</em>.G");rnrnclass B:<em>A</em>rnrn<em>new</em> public void F()rnConsole.WriteLine("B.F");rnpublic override void G()rnConsole.WriteLine("B.G");rnrnclass Testrnrnstatic void Main()rnrnB b=<em>new</em> B();//rn<em>A</em> a=b;//rna.F();rnb.F();rna.G();rnb.G();rnConsole.ReadLine();rnrnrnrn它的运行结果是:rnrn<em>A</em>.F()rnB.F()rnB.G()rnB.G()rnrn这里想向各位高手请教的,是上面用"//"标记的这二句: "B b=<em>new</em> B(); <em>A</em> a=b;"rn对于 "<em>A</em> a=b;" 其中的"a"按说是属于"<em>A</em>"的类型,当被赋予一个"b"的实例后,rn到底出现了什么变化,当"a"调用"F()"时是调用"<em>A</em>"的F(),而不是被"B"改写的"F()";当"a"调用"G()"时是调用"B"重载的"G()",而不是"<em>A</em>"本身的"G()"?rn问题的焦点在于 "<em>A</em> a=<em>new</em> B()" 的机理是什么,从而导致上述结果?
A a = new B();”怎么解释?
e.options.add(new Option(a[i], a[i])
e.options.add(<em>new</em> Option(a[i], a[i])rnrn涵数add(),Option()是jscript涵数吗?他们是如何使用的,在哪可以找到它们的用法呢,谢谢!
A a = new B();哪位给讲讲
class Class1rn rn /// rn /// 应用程序的主入口点。rn /// rn [ST<em>A</em>Thread]rn static void Main(string[] args)rn rn //rn // TODO: 在此处添加代码以启动应用程序rn //rn <em>A</em> a = <em>new</em> B();rn;rn Console.ReadLine();rn rn rn public class <em>A</em>rn rn public <em>A</em>()rn rn Console.WriteLine("aa");rn rn public virtual void name()rn rn Console.WriteLine("aname");rn rn rn public class B:<em>A</em>rn rn public B()rn rn Console.WriteLine("bb");rn rn public override void name()rn rn Console.WriteLine("bname");rn rn rnrn输出结果:rnaarnbbrnbnamernrn为什么会输出aa?那位给讲讲执行原理,
How to new a console application a JB?
who can tell me the steps?rnbow to u!
A a = new B(); 理解意义。
public abstract class <em>A</em> rn rn public <em>A</em>() rn rn Console.WriteLine('<em>A</em>'); rn rn public virtual void Fun() rn rn Console.WriteLine("<em>A</em>.Fun()"); rn rn rnpublic class B: <em>A</em> rn rn public B() rn rn Console.WriteLine('B'); rn rn public <em>new</em> void Fun() rn rn Console.WriteLine("B.Fun()"); rn rn public static void Main() rn rn <em>A</em> a = <em>new</em> B(); rn a.Fun(); rn rn rn这段程序<em>A</em> a = <em>new</em> B(); 怎么理解呢?rn执行顺序是:rn先执行基类a的构造涵数,在来执行子类的构造涵数
A *pA2 = new A(); 为什么是正确的?
[code=C/C++]rn#include rnrnclass <em>A</em>rnrnpublic:rn <em>A</em>()rn rn std::cout << "<em>A</em>'s Constructor is called.\r\n";rn rn;rnrnint main()rnrn <em>A</em> *p<em>A</em>1 = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>; // 这个正确可以理解, 因为的<em>new</em>语法是: <em>new</em> TypeName;rn <em>A</em> *p<em>A</em>2 = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>(); // 这个为什么正确呢? rnrn delete p<em>A</em>1;rn delete p<em>A</em>2;rnrn return 0;rnrn[/code]rnrn请问: rn[color=#0000FF]<em>A</em> *p<em>A</em>1 = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>; // 这个正确可以理解, 因为的<em>new</em>语法是: <em>new</em> TypeName;[/color]rn[color=#FF0000]<em>A</em> *p<em>A</em>2 = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>(); // 这个为什么正确呢? [/color]
请问A b = new A();的问题?
<em>A</em> b = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>();rn中第一个<em>A</em>表示的是什么意思?第二个<em>A</em>表示的是什么意思?rnrn
A ref = new A()的执行顺序问题
如题,<em>A</em> ref = <em>new</em> <em>A</em>() 这个语句的执行顺序是?rn1, 先在堆上申请一块内存,然后执行构造函数,最后让ref指向该对象。rnrn 还是rnrn2. 先在堆上申请一块内存,然后让ref指向该对象,最后执行构造函数。rn rn 还是rnrn3. 1跟2都有可能。
short[] a=new short a[4];
new[] 和new()的区别?
*p = <em>new</em> char[100];rn*p = <em>new</em> char(100);rn这两句到底有什么<em>区别</em>呢?
new 与不new区别
rn一段代码如下,为什么声明datatable变量的时候不用<em>new</em>? 而声明dataset、Sqlconnection等都需要用<em>new</em>呢?不是在.net中,申明引用类型的变量都要用<em>new</em>吗?(Datatable也是一个类啊,应该是属于引用类型变量的吧?)rn private void Load<em>A</em>llNews()rn rn <em>A</em>doSql Read<em>A</em>llNews=<em>new</em> <em>A</em>doSql();//将<em>A</em>doSql类实例化,定义一个对象Read<em>A</em>llNewsrn DataTable NewsTable = Read<em>A</em>llNews.Read<em>A</em>llNews();rnrn this.NewsGrid.DataSource=NewsTable;rnrn this.NewsGrid.DataBind();rn
operator newnew区别
operator <em>new</em> 和<em>new</em>的<em>区别</em>?还有operator delete和delete的<em>区别</em>?
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<em>A</em> NEW INTRODUCTION TO MOD<em>A</em>L LOGIC Preface ix Part One: Basic Modal Propositional Logic 1 The Basic Notions 3 The language of PC C) Interpretation D) Further operators F) Interpretation of <em>A</em> , D and s G) Validity (8) Testing for validity: (i) the truth-table method <em>A</em>0) Testing for validity: (ii) the Reductio method <em>A</em>1) Some valid wff of PC <em>A</em>3) Basic modal notions <em>A</em>3) The language of propositional modal logic <em>A</em>6) Validity in propositional modal logic <em>A</em>7) Exercises — 1 B1) Notes B2) 2 The Systems K, T and D 23 Systems of modal logic B3) The system K B4) Proofs of theorems B6) L and M C3) Validity and soundness C6) The system T D1) <em>A</em> definition of validity for T D3) The system D D3) <em>A</em> note on derived rules D5) Consistency D6) Constant wff D7) Exercises — 2 D8) Notes D9) 3 The Systems S4, S5, B, Triv and Ver 51 Iterated modalities E1) The system S4 E3) Modalities in S4 E4) Validity for S4 E6) The system S5 E8) Modalities in S5 E9) Validity for S5 F0) The Brouwerian system F2) Validity for B F3) Some other systems F4) Collapsing into PC F4) Exercises — 3 F8) Notes G0) 4 Testing for validity 72 Semantic diagrams G3) <em>A</em>lternatives in a diagram (80) S4 diagrams (85) S5-diagrams (91) Exercises — 4 (92) Notes (93) 5 Conjunctive Normal Form 94 Equivalence transformations (94) Conjunctive normal form (96) Modal functions and modal degree (97) S5 reduction theorem (98) MCNF theorem <em>A</em>01) Testing formulae in MCNF <em>A</em>03) The completeness of S5 <em>A</em>05) <em>A</em> decision procedure for S5-validity <em>A</em>08) Triv and Ver again <em>A</em>08) Exercises — 5 <em>A</em>10) Notes <em>A</em>10) 6 Completeness 111 Maximal consistent sets of wff <em>A</em>13) Maximal consistent extensions <em>A</em>14) Consistent sets of wff in modal systems <em>A</em>16) Canonical models <em>A</em>17) The completeness of K, T, B, S4 and S5 <em>A</em>19) Triv and Ver again <em>A</em>21) Exercises — 6 <em>A</em>22) Notes <em>A</em>23) Part Two: Normal Modal Systems 7 Canonical Models 127 Temporal interpretations of modal logic <em>A</em>27) Ending time <em>A</em>31) Convergence <em>A</em>34) The frames of canonical models <em>A</em>36) <em>A</em> non-canonical system <em>A</em>39) Exercises — 7 <em>A</em>41) Notes <em>A</em>42) 8 Finite Models 145 The finite model property <em>A</em>45) Establishing the finite model property <em>A</em>45) The completeness of KW <em>A</em>50) Decidability <em>A</em>52) Systems without the finite model property <em>A</em>53) Exercises — 8 <em>A</em>56) Notes <em>A</em>56) 9 Incompleteness 159 Frames and models <em>A</em>59) <em>A</em>n incomplete modal system <em>A</em>60) KH and KW <em>A</em>64) Completeness and the finite model property <em>A</em>65) General frames <em>A</em>66) What might we understand by incompleteness? <em>A</em>68) Exercises — 9 <em>A</em>69) Notes <em>A</em>70) 10 Frames and Systems 172 Frames for T, S4, B and S5 <em>A</em>72) Irreflexiveness <em>A</em>76) Compactness <em>A</em>77) S4.3.1 <em>A</em>79) First-order definability <em>A</em>81) Second-order logic <em>A</em>88) Exercises — 10 <em>A</em>89) Notes <em>A</em>90) 11 Strict Implication 193 Historical preamble <em>A</em>93) The 'paradoxes of implication' <em>A</em>94) Material and strict implication <em>A</em>95) The 'Lewis' systems <em>A</em>97) The system SI <em>A</em>98) Lemmon's basis for SI <em>A</em>99) The system S2 B00) The system S3 B00) Validity in S2 and S3 B01) Entailment B02) Exercises — 11 B05) Notes B06) 12 Glimpses Beyond 210 <em>A</em>xiomatic PC B10) Natural deduction B11) Multiply modal logics B17) The expressive power of multi-modal logics B19) Propositional symbols B20) Dynamic logic B20) Neighbourhood semantics B21) Intermediate logics B24) 'Syntactical' approaches to modality B25) Probabilistic semantics B27) <em>A</em>lgebraic semantics B29) Exercises — 12 B29) Notes B30) Part Three: Modal Predicate Logic 13 The Lower Predicate Calculus 235 Primitive symbols and formation rules of non-modal LPC B35) Interpretation B37) The Principle of replacement B40) <em>A</em>xiomatization B41) Some theorems of LPC B42) Modal LPC B43) Semantics for modal LPC B43) Systems of modal predicate logic B44) Theorems of modal LPC B44) Validity and soundness B47) De re and de dicto B50) Exercises — 13 B54) Notes B55) 14 The Completeness of Modal LPC 256 Canonical models for Modal LPC B56) Completeness in modal LPC B62) Incompleteness B65) Other incompleteness results B70) The monadic modal LPC B71) Exercises — 14 B72) Notes B72) 15 Expanding Domains 274 Validity without the Barcan Formula B74) Undefined formulae B77) Canonical models without BF B80) Completeness B82) Incompleteness without the Barcan Formula B83) LPC + S4.4 (S4.9) B83) Exercises — 15 B87) Notes B87) 16 Modality and Existence 289 Changing domains B89) The existence predicate B92) <em>A</em>xiomatization of systems with an existence predicate B93) Completeness for existence predicates B96) Incompleteness C02) Expanding languages C02) Possibilist quantification revisited C03) Kripke-style systems C04) Completeness of Kripke-style systems C06) Exercises — 16 C09) Notes C10) 17 Identity and Descriptions 312 Identity in LPC C12) Soundness and completeness C14) Definite descriptions C18) Descriptions and scope C23) Individual constants and function symbols C27) Exercises — 17 C28) Notes C29) 18 Intensional Objects 330 Contingent identity C30) Contingent identity systems C34) Quantifying over all intensional objects C35) Intensional objects and descriptions C42) Intensional predicates C44) Exercises — 18 C47) Notes C48) 19 Further Issues 349 First-order modal theories C49) Multiple indexing C50) Counterpart theory C53) Counterparts or intensional objects? 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A New Ecology - Systems Perspective
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vector *vec=new vector(a);
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