CS 100 2016F
Homework 01
Due: at the beginning of the third class of the semester.
Do all of the items below and submit a text file created in the IDLE editor with the extension .py
via Moodle. If you run into a problem, post to Moodle describing where yo
CS 100 Fall 2016 Midterm 2
Monday, November 7, 2016
There are 13 questions on this test. Record your answers to the first 10 questions by circling a letter
below. Answer questions 11, 12 and 13 on the attached pages. We have also provided scratch pages fo
CS 100 Spring 2016 Midterm 2
Monday, April 4, 2016
There are 13 questions on this test. Record your answers to the first 10 questions by circling a letter
below. Answer questions 11, 12 and 13 on the attached pages. We have also provided scratch pages for
CST 222 Org., Arch &
Assembly Language
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CST 222 Orgnization, Architecture & Assembly Language
1
Summary of Presentation
Weighted Positional Notation.
Base Number Systems.
Decimal
Binary
Hexadecimal
Conversion Algorithms
Internal Re
CST 222 Org. Arch. & Asm Lang
Machine Components & How They
Work Together
1
CST 222 Org Arch & Asm
Summary of Presentation
Identify the characteristics of a Von
Neumann computer.
Introduce the basic components of the
system unit.
Illustrate how these comp
CST 222 Organization, Architecture and Assembly Language
Homework Assignment #02c
Hexadecimal Arithmetic
Name _SYED HUSSAIN_
Date_
Section 1 - Hexadecimal Subtraction.
Please complete the following addition
numbers are given in Hexadecimal.
operations.
Th
CST 222 Organization, Architecture & Assembly Language
Homework Assignment #02
Hexadecimal Arithmetic
Name _SYED HUSSAIN_
Date_
Section 1 - Hexadecimal Addition.
Please complete the following addition
numbers are given in Hexadecimal.
operations.
The
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CST 222 Organization, Architecture & Assembly Language
Homework Assignment #02
Base Conversions
Name _
Date _
Section 1 Binary to Conversions.
The numbers below are given in Binary (Base 2). Convert the number to the
equivalent value in Base 16 (Hexadecim
ip Lists: A Linked List with Self-Balancing
BST-Like Properties
Back in 1989 William Pugh, a computer science professor at the University of Maryland, was
looking at sorted linked lists one day thinking about their running time. Clearly a sorted
linked li
This documentation is archived and is not being maintained.
An Extensive Examination of
Data Structures Using C# 2.0
Visual Studio 2005
Scott Mitchell
4GuysFromRolla.com
Update January 2005
Summary: A graph, like a tree, is a collection of nodes and edges
Examining AVL Trees
In 1962 Russian mathematicians G. M. Andel'son-Vel-skii and E. M. Landis invented the first
self-balancing BST, called an AVL tree. AVL trees must maintain the following balance
propertyfor every node n, the height of n's left and righ
Inserting Nodes into a BST
We've seen how to search a BST to determine if a particular node exists, but we've yet to
look at how to add a new node. When adding a new node we can't arbitrarily add the new
node; rather, we have to add the new node such that
mproving the Search Time with Binary
Search Trees (BSTs)
A binary search tree is a special kind of binary tree designed to improve the efficiency of
searching through the contents of a binary tree. Binary search trees exhibit the following
property: for a
Postorder Traversal
Finally, postorder traversal starts by visiting the current node's left child, then its right child,
and finally the current node itself. Starting with the BST's root as c, this algorithm can be
written out as:
1. Repeat step 1 using c
When using "binary search" to search an array, the array must be sorted.
When using "binary search" to search an array, the array must always be sorted in increasing
order.
When using "binary search" to search an array, and the arrays is not sorted, then:
Binary I/O
1. Which of the following statements are true?
a. A File object encapsulates the properties of a file or a path, but does not contain the methods for reading/writing.
b. You can use the PrintWriter class for outputting text to a file.
c. You c
JP2011-Java Programming : Final Examination
6/17 2011
Name_
Reg.No.: _
Score:_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or
answers the question.
1)
Which of the following expressions must be true if you create a thread
Building Java Programs
Chapter 13
Sorting
reading: 13.3, 13.4
Perl is a scripting language generally used for text processing.
Matches valid dates in m/d/y format:
^(?:(?:(?:0?[13578]|1[02])(\/|-|\.)31)\1|(?:(?:0?[13-9]|1[02])(\/|-|\.)(?:29|30)\2)(?:(?:1[
Computers and software
are changing everything
but the majority of schools
dont teach computer science:
90%
parents want
their child to
study computer
science
40%
of schools
teach computer
programming
Source: Gallup
And students enjoy computer
science and
What Is Computer Science?
William J. Rapaport
Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
Department of Philosophy, Department of Linguistics,
and Center for Cognitive Science
rapaport@buffalo.edu
http:/www.cse.buffalo.edu/~rapaport
Why Ask?
Academic /
CSC Part 1 Sample Questions
1) Currency markets are markets for
a) the purchase and sale of foreign exchange
b) the purchase and sale of money market instruments
c) the purchase and sale of short term debt instruments with a life of less than one
year
d)
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 5 - Arithmetic Operators
Prof. M. Higazi
What are Arithmetic Operators?
Arithmetic operators
take numerical values (either literals or variables) as
their operands and return a single numerical value
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 8 - Advanced Math Calculations & The
Formula Node
Prof. M. Higazi
Math Calculations using LabVIEW
Math calculations in LabVIEW can be designed using the
arithmetic operators that were previously covere
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 6 - Comparison/Assignment Operators
Prof. M. Higazi
What are Comparison
Operators?
Comparison operators
Also known as assignment operators because of
the fact that some of the operators set or assign
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 7 - Boolean/Logical Functions and Operators
Prof. M. Higazi
What are Boolean Operators?
Boolean operators
Also known as logical operators
A unique data type based on digital values (0 and 1); high an
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 3 - LabVIEW Data Types and Constants
(Numeric, String, and Boolean)
Prof. M. Higazi
What are Data Types?
Data Types indicate what objects, inputs, and
outputs you can wire together.
You cannot wire to
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 10 Case Structures
Prof. M. Higazi
Case Structures in LabVIEW
Case Structures
Case structures are used as decision
operators
They check for a value and designate it to a
specific case
Boolean, string
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 9 String Controls and Functions
Prof. M. Higazi
String Functions in LabVIEW
Strings in LabVIEW are text-based alphanumeric characters
A string in LabVIEW has multiple purposes
including:
Searching fo
CSC-115
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Lecture 12 Introduction to Looping - Part 2
(WHILE Loops)
Prof. M. Higazi
Introduction to Looping
In computer programming, the concept of looping is
relatively important and commonly used.
Looping:
The repeat