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Some questions in this exam have been modified to match the Fall 2007 syllabus. CS100M, Spring 2007 Prelim 2 Mar 15, 7:30 – 9:00pm Name: _________________________________________________ (Legibly print last name, first name, middle name) NetID: ____________________________ Statement of integrity: I did not, and will not, break the rules of academic integrity on this exam. ________________________________________ (Signature) Q1: (24) ________ ____ Q2: (18) ________ ____ Q3: (25) ________ ____ Q4: (25) ________ ____ Q5: ( 8) ________ ____ Total: (100) ________ ____ Circle your lecture: 9:05 or 11:15 Check here if you are in CIS/EAS 121: Circle your section number and/or your instructor's name: Tuesday Wednesday 10:10 5: Abhishek Sharma 11:15 6: Richard Yamada 12:20 1: Sam Lee 7: Leon Chen 20: Woo Ram Youn 1:25 2: Ainur Yessanlina 12: Sam Lee 8: Abhishek Sharma 21: Woo Ram Youn 2:30 3: Ainur Yessanlina 9: Richard Yamada 3:35 4: Xin Zheng 10: Richard Yamada 7:30 11: Leon Chen Instructions: This is a 90-minute, closed-book exam; no calculators are allowed. The exam is worth a total of 100 points, so you should try to spend no more than about 18 minutes on a 20-point question. Read each problem completely, including provided code, before starting it. Raise your hand if you have any questions.
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/15/2008 for the course CS 100 taught by Professor Fan/vanloan during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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