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© Derek Chiou Lecture 10: Programming Prof. Derek Chiou University of Texas at Austin

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2/23/2009 © Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 10 Recap LC-3 continued Problem Solving Outline Problem Solving (or, How to Program) 2
Adminstration Lab 1 will be issued tonight DO NOT CHEAT!!! Will put up a survey tonight as well 2/23/2009 © Derek Chiou : EE306: Lecture 10 3

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The “=“ Sign: indicating equivalence,  assignment, equality operator You are used to using equal in math equations (x + y) 2 = x 2 + 2xy + y 2 The equal sign indicates that both sides are equivalent We don’t use “=“ this way very often in computing Assignment Oops = missile_launched Good = cheap AND plentiful A = A + 1 A <- A + 1 The value of the right side of the equal sign is copied to the left side Not always the same Equality operator (often written as 2 “=“ signs or “==“) if (babyMood == crying) then GetUp
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## This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course EE 306 taught by Professor Ambler during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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