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Course: CS 101, Fall 2008
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101 CS (Fall 05) Exam 1 Grading Guidelines Question 1: 2 points All or nothing Question 2: 2 points 1 point for each column Questions 3-8: 3 points -2 for type error -1 for math error -2 for associativity error -1 for forgetting the .0 for a float/double Question 9: 4 points We are just looking for public static void main (String[] args) -1 if [] are omitted -2 points for each part omitted Question 10: 3 points No...

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101 CS (Fall 05) Exam 1 Grading Guidelines Question 1: 2 points All or nothing Question 2: 2 points 1 point for each column Questions 3-8: 3 points -2 for type error -1 for math error -2 for associativity error -1 for forgetting the .0 for a float/double Question 9: 4 points We are just looking for public static void main (String[] args) -1 if [] are omitted -2 points for each part omitted Question 10: 3 points No penalty if its float rather than double -1 for no final -1 for no caps -1 for underscores -2 for no float or double Question 11: 3 points No penalty if its a long, byte, or short -1 for no semicolon -2 for improper name -1 for making it a final variable with proper use of constant naming Question 12: 3 points -3 if they say it causes an error -1 for pointers used -1 for incorrect numbers Question 13: 3 points -3 if they say it causes an error -1 for pointers used -1 for incorrect numbers Question 14: 3 points -3 if they say it DOESNT cause an error Question 15: 3 points -3 if they say it DOESNT cause an error Question 16: 3 points -3 if they use Scanner.create() CS 101 (Fall 05) Exam 1 Grading Guidelines -1 if no semicolon Question 17: 4 points 2 points for the prompt, 2 points for the stdin.nextInt() -2 if nextLine() or nextDouble() -1 no semicolon -1 no () -2 for prompt after nextInt() Question 18: 3 points 1 point for the comment 2 points for the // /* */ is also acceptable Question 19: 6 points Question 10 20: points 2 points for each part (no more than 10 points off if they get them all wrong) -1 for miscount of 1 by 1 -2 for putting nothing Question 21: 10 points There are 10 spots declared in memory: 4 references, 4 objects, and 2 variables 1 point for each spot declared if there is an error, then no points for that (i.e. if they give a value to y). Note that we screwed up on the question (the second Rectangle should have been u, not s), so any confusion resulting from this was not be penalized (i.e. if the second Rectangle points to the first String) -2 for each part that was incorrect Question 22: 20 points Note that we dont care about comments, headers, etc. No points off if they forget the period after the middle initial -5 if not in a class and/or main() method (class doesnt have to be public) -3 for no import java.util.*; -2 for each sem...

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