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CSE 205 - Review for Exam #2 Exam Date: Thursday March 31st Note: All students will require a picture ID for taking the exam. On this exam you can have a one page (9x12) sheet of notes. It has to be in your handwriting (It can NOT be a copy of another student's notes) and you have to turn it in when you turn in your exam. I will check your sheet and if it is copied from someone you will receive a grade of zero on the test. No exceptions. The following is a list of suggested review topics that may appear on Exam 2. Any concept we have covered in class is fair game for an exam question! In addition to reviewing your notes and the handouts, you should make sure you understand what was covered during lectures and on programming assignments. Recent Topics: Exceptions Grpahical User Interface Nested classes Interfaces JFrame
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Unformatted text preview: • JApplet and its methods: init, start, etc • Layout managers : FlowLayout, BorderLayout, BoxLayout, GridLayout • Listeners • Graphics class • MouseListener & MouseMotionListener • File Read/Write • Serialization • Comparable interface • Array/ArrayLists data structure • Inheritance & Polymorphism • Exceptions & I/O streams Suggested Review Materials • Go over slides posted under "Course Documents" • Quizzes & Class-Handouts • Assignments Note: It is always a good idea to show your work. In case your final answer is wrong, if you show your work to show the process of getting your answer and I see that you made a small mistake on the way, I can give you some partial credits. Wrong final answers with no work will not receive any credit. (no partial point for multiple choice/ true or false questions)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course CSE 205 taught by Professor Matasu during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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