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CSE182MT1RevSpring2008

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CSE182 MIDTERM 1 REVIEW SPRING 2008 Exam is Tuesday, 19 February 2008, PSA 118 1:40-2:55 Closed book except one 4”X6” handwritten note card. Go buy the card and handwrite notes on it. No machine copying etc. No divided sheets of paper. Exam covers MT1 covers Doyle chapters 1-3 and part of 4. You should have read all of the chapters and you should be proficient with all of the homework problem sets assigned for class as well as the 2 quizzes. The questions will be mostly short answer. TOPICS Chapter 1: Physical components of a computer system (pp 5) Data Representation (pp 9) System and Application Software (pp 13) Software Development process (pp 15) Programming Methodologies (pp 23) Structured programming ( pp 22)
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 2: • Types of applications developed with C# (pp 42) • Exploring the first C# program (pp 45) • Elements of a C# program (pp 46) • Debugging an application (pp 66) • Creating an application (pp 68) Chapter 3 • Memory locations for data (pp 84) • Types, Classes and Objects (pp 89) • Predefined data types (pp 91) • Integral, Floating-point, Decimal, Boolean (pp 93-98) • Strings (pp 98) • Constants (pp 99) • Assignment Statements (pp 100) • Order of operations (pp 108) • Formatting Output (pp 114) Chapter 4 • Methods (pp 136) • Calling Class methods (pp 144) • Predefined methods (pp 146) • Writing your own class methods (pp 159) 1 of 1...
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