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CS 1331 Test 1 (Fall 2007) Sept 14, 2007 Name: GT Number (prism email one, not an alias): TA: Problem Points Possible Points Received Graded By 1 True/False 20 2 Types and Declarations 20 3 Types,, Expressions and Operators 20 4 Applets and Graphics 10 5 Scanner class 15 + 2 bonus 6 Instance Methods 10 7 Class Constructors 5 TOTAL 100 (bonus 2) CELL PHONES, PAGERS, PDAS, etc. ARE NOT ALLOWED IN ANY WAY DURING THE EXAM - NOT EVEN TO PROVIDE THE TIME. TURN THEM OFF AND PUT THEM AWAY. IF YOUR PHONE RINGS, YOU WILL LOSE CREDIT ON THIS EXAM. Please remember: Any academic misconduct (including, but not limited to, the list below) could result in a 0 (zero) on the exam and/or an F grade in the course or worse. It can also go on your permanent record at GT.: Communication with anyone other than a proctor for ANY reason in ANY language in any manner. Sharing of ANYTHING (e.g. pencils, paper, erasers). Writing on paper that is not given to you by a proctor. Failure to follow directions given by the proctor. Use of cell phones, beepers, handheld computers, calculators, during the exam. Using books or other reference material. Disruption of the exam setting. By taking this exam, you signify that it is your work and that you have neither given nor received inappropriate help during the taking of this exam in compliance with the Academic Honor Code of Georgia Tech.
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