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ECE 15  Engineering Computation  UCSD Study Resources

Homework 3
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 3 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. The symbol is used to indicate a single space character in either computer output ( ) or user input ( ).

Homework 2
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 2 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. In this and future homeworks, unless instructed otherwise, assume that the user will enter valid inputs.

Homework 1
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 1 This homework is your gentle introduction to C programming. The programs you are asked to write are intentionally simple so you have more time to get acquainted with editing, uploading, compiling, and running programstasks you will need

Final 2013
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
University of California San Diego Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 15 Final Exam Thursday, March 21, 2013 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Room 214, Center Hall Name Class Account: ece15w Student ID Number Signature Grading 1. 12 points INSTRUCT

Homework 4
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 4 (V.2) Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the use

Homework 5
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 5 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

Midterm 2 Solutions
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
University of California San Diego Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE15 Solutions to Midterm Exam Winter 2013 Problem 1 (14 points) Consider the following C program. The program contains numerous errors, which you will be asked to corre

Midterm 1 Solutions
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE 15 Fall 11 Midterm Solutions Closedbook exam: no notes, books, calculators, cellphones, etc. allowed. Name: Username: ee15f PID: A Points 1. /40 2. /20 3. /20 4. /20 = /100 Good luck! 0 Username : ee15f Problem 1 (40 points) For each of the following

Homework 8
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 8 Recall that in the Unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

Homework 6
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 6 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

Homework 7
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE15: Homework 7 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

Fall 2011 Midterm
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE 15 Fall 11 Midterm Closedbook exam: no notes, books, calculators, cellphones, etc. allowed. Name: Username: ee15f PID: A Points 1. /40 2. /20 3. /20 4. /20 = /100 Good luck! 0 Username : ee15f Problem 1 (40 points) For each of the following programs,

Final 2011
School: UCSD
Course: Engineering Computation
ECE 15 Fall 2011 Final Exam is closedbook: no notes, books, calculators, cellphones, lifelines allowed.  In sample runs, user input is underlined and represents space. Include all lines, including # include and declarations (if needed). You can use both