20120120_ReviewOfFundamentals

20120120_ReviewOfFun - Understand what an overloaded method is Understand how to use the basic arithmetic operators Know the order of precedence

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CIT 255: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Spring 2012 Copyright © 2012 Ronald Erdei Page 1 Review of Fundamentals (continued) Announcements Objectives Be able to choose the most appropriate C# type for a given purpose. Understand how a value type differs from a reference type. Be able to identify the common C# value types. Be able to identify the common C# reference types. Understand what declaration and instantiation are. Be able to determine the value held in a variable at any given time. Be able to identify the components of a method’s signature.
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Unformatted text preview: Understand what an overloaded method is. Understand how to use the basic arithmetic operators. Know the order of precedence for arithmetic operations. Understand how to use Boolean expressions Assignments – In Class Take the quiz Assignments – Out of Class Read the Bonus portion of Chapter 4 in An Information Systems Approach to Object-Oriented Programming Read the Essentials portion of Chapter 9 in An Information Systems Approach to Object-Oriented Programming...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course CNIT 255 taught by Professor Alkaharriger during the Fall '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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