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guideE2 - The following list is a guideline to study for...

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CSE 110 Description of Exam # 2 Exam Dates: Thursday October 14 Points: Maximum points 100 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 prepared by you. It can be handwritten or typed (It can NOT be a copy of another student's notes). You have to turn it in when you turn in your exam. Suggested Review Materials Chapter 1 through 5, with emphasis on material from Chapters 4 and 5 Go over the self-review questions at the end of each chapter Slides (which is on the web site under "Course Documents") Quizzes & Class-Handouts Assignments Author's Code examples Question Types Multiple-choice Output Problem (s) (show the output generated by program (s)). Short Answers & Programming Problems Note: Some or all of the above question types will appear on the exam.
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Unformatted text preview: The following list is a guideline to study for exam #2. You should know all the concepts that have been assigned as reading assignment. Any concept that I have discussed in the class might also be on the exam. You should be able to write simple programs similar to your homework assignments. . Chapter 4: Control Flow Boolean Expression Equality and Relational Operators Logical operators if statements if/else statements Nested if statements Switch statements Comparing data while statements Do statements for statements Nested loops Tracing code with control flow Chapter 5: Writing Classes Instance data (declared private) Constructor Methods writing methods Local variables, instance variables , Parameters You should be able to write a simple class similar to Account and Die classes...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course CSE 110 taught by Professor Kim during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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