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Programming I Methods Narendra Pershad Fall 2015
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Topics Control Structures Method Control Flow and methods Anatomy Sample methods headers Sample methods Built-in methods
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Not in this lecture Variable scope Using the ref and out keywords Default arguments Overloading methods (will not be covered in this course Variable number of parameters
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Control Structures Sequence Conditional Looping Method
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Method/Functions/Procedures/Subs Provides the structure to packet a statement or a block of statements as a single unit Unit can be invoked anywhere that logic is needed Avoids re-writing the same code /logic Enables the re-use of code Vendors can package code into libraries and sell the resulting libraries
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Code statements Code statements Code statements Main Method
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Code statements Method Invocation Code statements Code statements Code statements Main Method Method 1
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Code statements Method Invocation Code statements Code statements Method Invocation Code statements Code statements Code statements Code statements Main Method Method 1 Method 2
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Main method Method 1 Method 2
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