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ICS 313-03 (022) Quiz # 2 Weight 3% 26 April, 2003 Q. 1 [5 points]: What are functional side effects? How does operand evaluation order effect functional side effects? Explain in terms of a language example. Q. 2 [6 points]: What is short-circuiting ? Why is it used? Name a language that, by default, does short-circuit evaluation of relational and Boolean expressions, name one that doesn’t. What is good and bad about
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Unformatted text preview: both approaches? ID: ___________ Name: _____________________ Q. 3 [9 points]: For each of the following pairs of programming language concepts, briefly describe an important difference between the two: (a) Scope of a variable vs. extent (lifetime) of a variable (b) Floating point real number vs. fixed-point real number (c) Coercion vs. casting...
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