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Prelim 2 - Review October 17 th , 2007
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Prelim Locations Last Names: A to Ka (Room 105) Last Names: Ki to Z (Room 15)
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General Topic List IF/ELSE statements Obtaining and checking user input Loops Count controlled Condition controlled Switch/Case Array Manipulation Numerical Root finding Functions, Workspaces and Variables
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IF/ELSE constructs The different types: IF IF/ELSE IF/ELSEIF syntax of each What are the differences? When would you use each type? review relational and logical operators
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Obtaining and checking user input 1. Asking for user input input menu disp 2. Checking values (using IF, SWITCH) 3. Looping to repeat requests 4. BREAK statement
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Loops Count Controlled (FOR loop) syntax implementation nesting Condition Controlled (WHILE loop) syntax implementation nesting Contrast and compare Re-write one type as another Understand BREAK and CONTINUE
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Switch/Case syntax
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