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Exam 3 Info./Study Guide What's the Format? Exam 3 consists of roughly 10 problems, most with multiple parts. Here are some notes: One problem consists of several true/false statements. One problem consists of several fill-in-the-blanks questions. Some problems expect you to read code and predict the output. Some problem will ask you to trace or describe how searching and sorting algorithms behave. Several questions will ask you to write small blocks of code, from a single line, to a few lines, to a loop. Some questions will ask you to write complete methods. Specific questions/counts may vary on the conflict exam. What's the Content? Essentially, everything that's a bullet point on the schedule from files up to and including searching and sorting. You will need to know how to use methods and loops as well, as these concepts are essential. Formatting output is not tested. (Note that if you work with the provided Fall '08 Exam 3, two-dimensional arrays had been taught and tested. Thus, #9 is not relevant to you.) A rough list of topics here:
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