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StudyGuideMidtermlExam - CSE 262 Study Guide for the...

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CSE 262 Study Guide for the Midterm Exam on Mar. 1st Spring 2007 The midterm exam will be held in the class time (9:20am - 10:35am) in the classroom Maginnes Hall 113 on Thursday, Mar. 1st. The exam will focus on the contents that have been covered by the lectures and their corresponding textbook materials. The following list illustrates major, but not all , points that have been included in the lecture contents; and please use the lecture slides posted at the Blackboard System as a reference. The types and difficulty level of the midterm questions are similar to those of homework questions. Preliminaries (Chapter 1) Know the purpose of designing different programming languages. Know why new programming languages are created. You will not need to know the steps along the evolution of programming languages. You will not need to know the design details of “historical” languages not discussed later. Know the categories of programming languages: imperative, functional, logic, and object-oriented, and their representative languages. Know the different implementation methods for programming languages: compiled, interpreted, and hybrid, especially the compilation process. Know the different criteria for which programming languages are judged: readability,
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