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Signature _____________________ CSE 11 Name ________________________ Quiz 2 cs11f ____ Fall 2008 Student ID ____________________ This quiz is to be taken by yourself with closed books, closed notes, no calculators. (Partial) Operator Precedence Table Operators Associativity * / % left to right + - left to right < <= > >= left to right == != left to right && left to right || left to right = right to left 1) What is the value of amt for each of the expressions below? Note the type declarations for each. To represent an integer value, do not write a decimal point (for example: 99 or 42). To represent a double value, write a decimal point and one digit to the right of the decimal point (for example: 99.0 or 42.5). int amt = 10; amt = amt + amt * (5 / 100); ____________ int amt = 10; amt = (int) (amt + amt * (5 / 100.0)); ____________ double amt = 10; amt = amt + amt * (5 / 100); ____________ double amt = 10; amt = amt + amt * (5 / 100.0); ____________ 2) Assume a program contained the following declarations: private Location loc1 = new Location( 37, 24 ); private Location loc2 = new Location( 37, 24 ); private Location loc3 = loc1; What result would be produced by the expressions loc1 == loc2 ______________ loc1 == loc3 ______________ loc2.equals( loc1 ) ______________
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