Cs October 14 2010

Cs October 14 2010 - Cs cs exam Friday oct 22 2:30-4:30 pm...

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Unformatted text preview: Cs October 14 2010 cs exam: Friday oct 22 2:30-4:30 pm EIT 1015/MC4020 Midterm: -basic c programming, part 1 in textbook w/ class stuff +math.h, Horner’s method, bisection algorithm, Euclid, etc. Structures (unlikely to be on midterm, ch. 16)-group several named member variables <-“members” eg. structure for time of day (24h time) Struct tod{ Int hours; declaration of structure with tog “tod” int minutes; }; int main(void){ struct tod now={16,50}; -initializer 16:50 now[16][50] 16=hours, 50 = minutes struct tod later; later.hours=18; later.minutes=0; -later [18][0] printf(“%d:%n”,now.hours,now.minutes); => 16:50 printf(“%d:%n”,later.hours,later.minutes); => 18:0 return0; } void todPrint(struct tod when){ printf(“%d:%02d”,when.hours,when.minutes); } int main(void) { struct tod later={18,0}; todPrint(later); return 0; } 18:00 Returning structures struct tod todAddtime(struct tod when, int hours, int minutes){ when.minutes+=minutes; when.hours+=(when.minutes)/60+hours; when.minutes %=60; when.hours%=24; return when; }...
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course CS 137 taught by Professor Clarke during the Fall '10 term at Waterloo.

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