EE 312 Exam 1 Terms - EE 312 Exam 1 Terminology: a)...

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EE 312 Exam 1 Terminology: a) Arguments b) Array=group or collection of multiple variables of the same data type c) Assignment (statement)=variables are given new values during execution d) ASCII e) Bell Labs=where C was designed/implemented by Dennis Ritchie f) Casting g) Compiler=a translator h) Constant i) Continue=uses a shortcut to the bottom of a loop or another block, skips the rest of the body for that iteration j) Count controlled=number of iterations determined before the loop starts counts each iteration using a counter variable stops when the desired number of iterations has been performed k) Declaration (statement)=variables must be described or typed before used l) Event controlled=before each iteration, checks to see whether some event has occurred, continues until that event occurs, number of iterations not known beforehand m) Exit n) Functional Decomposition o) Gigabytes p) Global=(external) variables declared outside of functions q) GNU=now called GCC=GNU Compiler Collection
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2010 for the course EE 16005 taught by Professor Krasner during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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EE 312 Exam 1 Terms - EE 312 Exam 1 Terminology: a)...

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