Feb14 - UCSD CSE 15L Java Debugging and the Scientic Method...

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UCSD CSE 15L Java Debugging and the Scientifc Method Week 7 (Lab 6) February 14, 2011
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Quiz today! Today’s quiz question is about using Eclipse.
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Lab 7 The procedure for the lab this week is similar to last week. We’re going to use new features of Eclipse. Maybe the most basic idea in the scientific method: Think before you do.
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About today’s lab The program is a Tetris game. The game is an interactive applet, like you might find on a smartphone.
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Threads Definition: A thread is a separate sequence of instructions being executed. Many threads can run in parallel on the same computer. Example: One thread can wait for input from the user, while another thread updates the display.
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Eclipse shows thread statuses
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Stack trace A stack is a nested sequence of active method calls: method A has called method B has called method C and so on. Each thread has its own stack. The stack trace shows the stack of one thread, with the newest method call on top.
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Hints for today This is a large software system. As before, you must locate
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course ECON 1 taught by Professor Aben during the Fall '07 term at City College of San Francisco.

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