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Quiz5.fa09 - Signature cs11f CSE 11 Quiz 5 Fall 2009 Name...

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Signature _____________________ CSE 11 Name ________________________ Quiz 5 cs11f ____ Fall 2009 Student ID ____________________ This quiz is to be taken by yourself with closed books, closed notes, no calculators. Given the following partial class definition for Point, fill in the blanks to complete the class definition: Assume you are given the array definition below and the array is properly initialized: public class Point { private int x; private int y; public Point( int x, int y ) { setX( x ); setY( y ); } public int getX() { ____________________________; } public int getY() { ____________________________; } public void setX( int x ) { ___________________________; } public void setY( int y ) { ___________________________; } } Point[] points = new Point[10]; // Assume array points is properly and fully initialized here Without using any extra variables other than the variable points , write the single Java statement to change the first Point's x value to be the same value as the last Point's y value. Do not use any magic numbers or integer constants other than 0 or -1. ____________________________________________________________________________________ If we tried to access points[55], what Runtime exception would be thrown? ____________________________________________________________________________________
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