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Unformatted text preview: fragments given on pages 336337, textbook. a. 4 (3 ifs +1) b. 5 (1 switch + 3 ifs) c. 3 (2 for loops) 3. [20] Q519. Use the branch condition testing strategy to generate a set of tests for each of the following statements. For the following code, a test is the values of a and b. Cover the possible errors given in slides 16&17 in lecture 16. You don’t have to do the domain testing. a. if (a < b  prt1 == NULL) proc1(); else proc2(); a > b & prt1 ==NULL a > b & prt1 !=NULL a < b & prt1 ==NULL a < b & prt1 !=NULL a == b & prt1 ==NULL a == b & prt1 !=NULL b. if (a < 5 && b > 7) proc1(); else if (a < 5) proc2(); else if (b > 7) proc3(); else proc4(); a < 5 && b > 7 a < 5 && b < 7 a < 5 && b == 7 a > 5 && b > 7 a > 5 && b < 7 a > 5 && b == 7 a == 5 && b > 7 a == 5 && b < 7 a == 5 && b == 7...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course CPRE 488X taught by Professor Zhang during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.
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