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# 23a-practice-solutions - CS 106A Handout#23A Solutions to...

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Handout #23A CS 106A July 14, 2009 Solutions to Practice Midterm The midterm is scheduled for the following time and room: Wednesday, July 15, 11:00 A.M.–12:10P.M., Bldg 420 Room 040 Please remember that the midterm is open-book . Problem 1: Karel the Robot (10 points) There are many strategies for solving this problem. This code takes advantage of the fact that a column of three beepers appears three times in the construction of the house, making it useful to have a method like putThreeBeepers . /* * File: KatrinaRepairKarel.java * ----------------------------- * The KatrinaRepairKarel class solves the problem from the midterm * exam in which the robot builds houses at corners marked by rubble. */ import stanford.karel.*; public class KatrinaRepairKarel extends SuperKarel { /** Runs the program. */ public void run() { while (frontIsClear()) { if (beepersPresent()) { pickBeeper(); backUp(); buildHouse(); } if (frontIsClear()) { move(); } } } /** * Backs up one corner. * Precondition: There is an open square behind Karel * Postcondition: Karel is in that square facing the same direction. */ private void backUp() { turnAround(); move(); turnAround(); }

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– 2 – /** * Builds a beeper house on stilts. * Precondition: Karel facing East at bottom of left stilt
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