The pass compos is a composed tense, meaning that it is composed (of more than 1 element).
The first element is the auxiliary verb, which can be either _ or _. The auxiliary verb is
Whats a structure? Whats the keyword to define a structure?
What are structures used for?
Is a structure definition an executable statement? Can it be put
in a header file?
Why includeing a header file with a structures definition
Questions on Classes
What is an aggregate construct? Encapsulation?
What is class?
What is object?
What is the difference between object and class? What do we mean
when we say object belongs to a class?
Whats member variable? Member function? Method?
What is variable address, name, value?
What is a pointer?
How is a pointer declared?
What are address-of and dereference operators?
How can a pointer be assigned a value?
How can a value of a memory location referred to by a pointer be
What is pointer
Every variable has a memory address
address of variable i is 0022
The address can be used to refer to this
addresses can be stored in a variable of a
special type called a pointer (variable)
Strings are specific constructs that are geared towards processing
sequences of characters
before using, you must include string header: #include <string>
dont use string.h
value assignment at de
An object is a variable that has functions and
data associated with it
in_stream and out_stream each have a function
named open associated with them
in_stream and out_stream use different
versions of a function named open
One version of open i
what are executable statements / non-executable statements?
is global constant declaration an executable statement?
what is header file? what is the difference between <file.h> and file.h?
what should go into the header file?
what needs to be done
Structures are used to refer to a collection of diverse data by one
example: banks certificate of deposit (CD) - has balance (double),
rate (double) and months until maturity (int)
Beta decay mechanism
n -> p+ + e- + ve (anti neutrino)
p* -> n + e- + ve (neutrino)
an isolated proton cannot beta decay, so p* is excited, so it can borrow some energy from
other nucleons to decay.
Note: mp < mn, this is why only an excited proton will d
Notes for 4.28.10
Q: is ve vmu ? A: yes, otherwise
(this has never been observed)
Q: do we need both neutrinos on the right hand side of the equation? A: yes, because
there is lepton # conservation. in all interaction the electron and m
function call, function invocation
Function prototype (declaration)
expanded form, abbreviated form
local variables, global vari
Computer terms review
From what language did C+ originate?
Whats an input (output) device?
Whats main memory, a memory location, and a memory
Whats a bit, byte, and a word
Whats secondary memory, give some examples?
Whats a prog
CS1: Programming and Problem
History of C+
s development of C
s C+ - better C
essential computer terms
s hardware terms
s software terms
C+ program layout, first program
Where did C+ come from?
BCPL was developed in
The UNIVERSITY of EDINBURGH COMPUTER SCIENCE
Linux quick reference card
Optional command arguments are enclosed in square brackets [ ]. Multiple arguments are separated by spaces unless otherwise stated. Command options can sometimes be comb
Working with NFS files
Files saved on the UITS central Unix computers Chrome, Cobalt, Zinc, Steel, EZinfo, and STARRS/SP are stored on the Network File Server (NFS). That means that your files are really on one disk, in directories named for the central U