Quiz%203_03 - Why? Give an example that illustrates the...

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ICS 313-03 (022) Quiz # 3 Weight 3% 31 May, 2003 Q. 1 [5 points]: In what ways are coroutines different from conventional subprograms? Q. 2 [5 points]: Suppose someone designed a stack abstract data type in which the function, top, returned an access path (or pointer) rather than returning a copy of the top element. This is not a true data abstraction.
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Unformatted text preview: Why? Give an example that illustrates the problem. ID: ___________ Name: _____________________ Q. 3 [5 points]: Why object-oriented programming increases productivity more than abstract data types? Q. 4 [5 points]: What is the difference between physical and logical concurrency?...
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