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csc120FinalReviewF07solution - CSC 120 Final Exam Review...

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CSC 120 –Final Exam Review Things you do not need to know: Any formatting other than %d (integer) The exam will be set up as follows: 25 total questions each worth 4 points. Note that unlike our other tests, the ones at the end are not worth any more than the ones at the beginning. The questions are CUMULATIVE. You may be asked anything from starting with the 6 steps in problem solving to writing a few lines of C code. From first part of the term: 1. What is a constant/variable? A value held in memory in a program that can (not) change 2. What’s the difference between and algorithmic and heuristic problem? An algorithmic problem has a step-by-step solution but a heuristic problem requires previous knowledge or a gut-feeling. 3. What are the data types? Reals (aka floats) Integers Characters (aka char) Booleans Strings 4. How many possible true/false combinations can five logical variables have? 32
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course CSC 120 taught by Professor Goodside during the Spring '07 term at California University of Pennsylvania.

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