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e2.s04 - ECE 199 Exam II Spring 2004 Tuesday April 6th 2004...

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ECE 199 Exam II Spring 2004 Tuesday, April 6 th , 2004 x Be sure that your exam booklet has 13 pages. x Write your name at the top of each page. x This is a closed book exam. x You are allowed one handwritten 8.5" x 11" sheet of notes. x Absolutely no interaction between students is allowed. x Show all of your work. x Be sure to clearly indicate any assumptions that you make. x More challenging questions are marked with a *** x Don t panic, and good luck! Problem 1 20 points _______________________________ Problem 2 20 points _______________________________ Problem 3 20 points _______________________________ Problem 4 20 points _______________________________ Problem 5 20 points _______________________________ Total 100 points Name:
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Page 2 Name: ____________________________________________ Problem 1 (20 points): Short Answer Part A (5 points): Give one reason for using local variables instead of global variables. Part B (5 points): Describe one advantage of using a debugger. Part C (5 points): Write the output of the following C code. for( i = 0 ; i < 4 ; i++) { if( i == 2 ) continue; for( j = 0 ; j < 4 ; j++){ if( j == 2 ) break; printf( "%d %d\n" , i , j ); } } Part D (5 points): You and a friend are charged with writing a function that reorganizes an array of integers by discarding any negative elements and adjusting the count of valid elements. Your friend proposes the following declaration: void keep_positive (int* array, int num_things); Explain why this declaration cannot serve the intended purpose.
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Page 3 Name: ____________________________________________ Problem 2 (20 Points): Stacks and Traps in LC-3 Parts A and B of this problem both make use of the CHECK_X function described below. CHECK_X Description Inputs Outputs Checks if there are at least X elements on the stack, where X is a non-negative integer.
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