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Unformatted text preview: ICSI201 CHANGE YOUR CLICKER FREQUENCY Set your clicker to frequency A B See the back of your clicker for instructions Do NOT turn your clicker off during class!! Your votes will not register, if you forget to set your frequency RESET your clicker to frequency AB RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B Why do we buffer the data we read in from or write out to a file? A. You do not need to know the amount of data in advance. A. It makes the program simpler. A. It speeds up the reads or writes since the rest of the computer is much faster than the disk drive. A. The computer bus is organized to optimally deliver the vectors of data in the buffer. A. None of the above. RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B Why do we buffer the data we read in from or write out to a file? A. You do not need to know the amount of data in advance. A. It makes the program simpler. A. It speeds up the reads or writes since the rest of the computer is much faster than the disk drive. A. The computer bus is organized to optimally deliver the vectors of data in the buffer. A. None of the above. CSI 201 Introduction to Computer Science wdoane@albany.edu http://bls.its.albany.edu LI 95j CSI 201 Introduction to Computer Science Lecture 36 Administrivia RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B Administrivia Reminders Labs: All done. Those slots are office hours now. Go: make sure you understand Assignment 6 Make sure you understand using ArrayList RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B Administrivia Program Six Programming Assignment Six is available from the class web page. It is due Monday before midnight. Notes on Assignment 6 I posted a new version of Assignment 6 that describes the alternate UML diagram which includes generics and ArrayList RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B The Final Examination The final examination for CSI201 will be Friday, December 12 th from 3:30 5:30. It will be Open book, open notes. Cumulative. No electronic devices (other than language translators). Last year's final exam is available from the class web page Exam will be in LC 7 (opposite corner!!!) RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B The Final Examination If you have 3 or more exams on the 12 th I'm also giving the exam on Tuesday, Dec 9 th at 13:00 see me immediately after class to let me know you want to take the exam then. TODAY!! LAST DOANE OFFICE HOURS Today, after class: 12:30 13:30 LI 95j RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B Todays Content Creating and Modifying Text This material corresponds to chapter 12 in the text. Creating and Modifying Text RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B Randomly Generated Text Sometimes, you want to randomly generate numbers so you can select combinations of nouns, verbs and phrases to make your own silly sentences so you can roll dice so you can select an action so you can have your program behave probabalistically RESET CLICKERS TO FREQUENCY A B...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2009 for the course CSI 201 taught by Professor Doanne during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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