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20110919 - Week 3 YARRR Object-Oriented Programming ITI 202...

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Office of Instructional and Research Week 3 YARRR!!! Object-Oriented Programming ITI 202

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Office of Instructional and Research Announcements Participation and Effort are 35% of your grade in this class. Blog! Blog! Blog! Wednesday will be dedicated to working on the first team programming assignment. No Quiz.
Office of Instructional and Research Announcements (cont.) Week 3 Blog – All For One and One For All! Give me your thoughts and feelings on working in a team environment. Have you worked in a team environment before professionally? Academically? What has you worried? Was has you excited? Blogs should be submitted by 11:59pm,Sunday September 25th.

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Office of Instructional and Research This week: Monday Review: Quiz & Code Snippets Arrays Objects and Classes Team Assignment #1 Wednesday Bring something to save your work! Team coding: Team Assignment #1
Office of Instructional and Research Review – Week 3 Quiz volatile while 3. Which of the following is not a java keyword for declaring an integer variable? A) byte B) float C) int D) long

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Office of Instructional and Research Review – Week 3 Quiz volatile while 4. Given the following variables, int x = 15; double y; y = x; is an acceptable assignment. True False A floating point variable will store the integer variable as 15.0 Going the other way… double x = 15.0; int y = 0; y = x; …would be less acceptable. Still isn’t “illegal”. An ill eagle is a sick bird.
Office of Instructional and Research Review – Week 3 Quiz volatile while 18. Given the following while loop: int counter = 9; while (counter >= 0) { counter++; System.out.println(counter); counter = counter - 3; } What is the last value output?

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