14-440-127 Lecture 5 Presentation

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Unformatted text preview: 14:440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers Lecture 5 Lecturer: Blase E. Ur Recitation Instructor: Tianming Li Recitation Instructor: Ke Xu Recitation Instructor: Brian Viezbicke Recitation Instructor: Mingliang Wang PLEASE TAKE LECTURE 5 NOTES AS YOU ENTER THE ROOM Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Lecture 5 Reminders / Updates • Answers to everything ever was posted online. • Your first Exam will be some time between this Wednesday and next Tuesday, inclusive. • You guys sent me a lot of email this weekend. • Thank you to everyone who was active on the discussion board and in the lab, helping out other students! Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Lecture 5 Exam 1 • DON’T log into your engineering account! We’ll announce a special account for you to use (only Matlab). • All answers are written in blue books • 30 minutes, no computers – 6 questions – Bluebook collected after 30 minutes (possibly extended to 40) • 50 minutes computerized – 4 questions • Reasonably difficult, and different for each recitation Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Lecture 5 Loops disp(1) disp(2) disp(3) disp(4) disp(5) disp(6) disp(7) disp(8) disp(9) … Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Lecture 5 For Loop for i = 1 : 100 disp(i) end • First time through the loop, i=1 • Then, go back to the top; i=2 • … • The last time through the loop, i=100 Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Lecture 5 For Loop Example from Project Find the mins in column 6 of c: loc = find(c(:,6) == min(c(:,6))); for i = 1:length(loc) fprintf('Gene %s has %.0f \n', d{loc(i),1}, c(loc(i),6)) end % loc is now a vector of locations % repeat for each element of loc % loc(i) is now each row number, in succession Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Lecture 5 For Loop Vs. While Loop • FOR- Know exactly how many times to execute the code • WHILE- Execute while some condition is true • FOR- Will stop • WHILE- May never stop (Infinite Loop) – What do you do if this happens? CTRL-C • FOR and WHILE- May never start Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Lecture 5 While while( condition ) statements end 1+2+…+n, what is the smallest n for which the sum is 3 digits?1+2+…+n, what is the smallest n for which the sum is 3 digits?...
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14-440-127 Lecture 5 Presentation - 14:440:127 Introduction...

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