Computer Science 160 - Spring 2001 - Rowe - Midterm 1

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Midterm #1 1 CS 160 Spring 2001 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY COMPUTER SCIENCE DIVISION - EECS CS160 First Midterm Examination Prof L.A. Rowe Spring 2001 Name: _________Solution Key_____________________________________ Score: ______________________________________________________________ Question Possible Points 1 _______________________ (50 points) 2 _______________________ (15 points) 3 _______________________ (10 points) 4 _______________________ (10 points) 5 _______________________ (10 points) 6 _______________________ (15 points) 7 _______________________ (10 points) 8 _______________________ (10 points) 9 _______________________ (10 points) 10 _______________________ (10 points) Total (150 points)
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Midterm #1 2 CS 160 Spring 2001 1. (50 points) Define the following terms a) Dialogbox - Never minimizes, disappears when parent window is closed or minimized - Is a temporary display, not resizable, has a 'CLOSE'/'CANCEL' button - Can be modal, no menu bar or button toolbar b) Affordance - Visual cue to the user as to how to use the interface c) Direct Manipulation Interface - Display what the user is manipulating - WYSIWYG d) Input Event - A data structure that gives information about a user input action involving a mouse or keyboard (e.g., mouse-move, button-press, key-down, etc.). e) Serif Font - The font with the 'feet' f) Top-level Window - Has title bar, menu bar, tool bar, window controls, application controls,
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