ex1.f10 - CSE 114 Midterm I Fall 2010 Group A Name First...

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CSE 114 – Midterm Exam I – Fall 2010 – Group A 1 CSE 114 – Midterm I – Fall 2010 – Group A Name: First Last Student ID # _________________________________ Please leave at least one seat between yourself and the person next to you. No books, notes, or electronic equipment can be used during the exam. Put a box around all answers. Any CHEATING will result in an F as well as being written-up on academic dishonesty. Question # Points Available Points Earned 1 5 2 5 3 5 4 5 5 5 6 5 7 5 8 5 9 5 10 5 11 5 12 5 13 5 14 5 15 5 16 5 17 5 18 5 19 5 20 5 Total: 100 ATTENTION: Make sure your exam has 9 pages and all 20 questions .
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CSE 114 – Midterm Exam I – Fall 2010 – Group A 2 Question 1 (5 Points) Make the following conversions between number systems: a) 73 from decimal to binary b) 44 from decimal to hexadecimal c) 10010110 from binary to hexadecimal d) 01011010 from binary to decimal e) e29 from hexadecimal to decimal Question 2 (5 Points) This semester we have started out writing code using the Sparky server. a) When connecting to Sparky via SSH, what secure port number do we use? b) What operating system does Sparky use? c) What command should you use to specify permissions on all of your work so that other Sparky users may not access your files? d) What command would you use on Sparky to change the present working directory to the pwd’s parent directory (one level up)? e) What file extension is used for all java source code files? Question 3 (5 Points) What company has been the caretaker of the Java programming language since purchasing Sun Microsystems in April of 2009?
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CSE 114 – Midterm Exam I – Fall 2010 – Group A 3 Question 4 (5 Points) The code below compiles and executes without error. What output results from running it? String s = "HELLO";
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course CSE 114 taught by Professor Tashbook during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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ex1.f10 - CSE 114 Midterm I Fall 2010 Group A Name First...

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