Spring 2007 Prelim 1 - CS100M, Spring 2007 Prelim 1 Feb 22,...

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CS100M, Spring 2007 Prelim 1 Feb 22, 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: (20) _________ Q2: (30) _________ Q3: (15) _________ Q4: (20) _________ Q5: (15) _________ Total: (100) _________ Circle your lecture: 9:05 or 11:15 Circle your section: Tuesday Wednesday 10:10 Abhishek Sharma 11:15 Richard Yamada 12:20 Sam Lee Abhishek Sharma Woo Ram Youn 1:25 Ainur Yessanlina Sam Lee Leon Chen Woo Ram Youn 2:30 Ainur Yessanlina Richard Yamada 3:35 Xin Zheng Richard Yamada 7:30 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. Use the backs of pages or ask for additional sheets of paper as necessary. Clarity, conciseness, and good programming style count for credit. If you supply multiple answers, we will grade only
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2008 for the course CS 100 taught by Professor Fan/vanloan during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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