Oct 31, 2012
When I was 12 years old, I used to play with computers and planning to study any kind of
computer programming. My brother who was studying computer engineering, as I like decided
to make a computer g
Quiz 1 Example- It is to be hoped that we discover a means to create an absolutely proper and
fitting tribute to Professor Espinoza.
Edited- We hope to discover a proper tribute to Professor Espinoza.
In the original sentence there are numerous words that
Oct 31, 2012
Mac OS and Windows
When you decide to buy a computer nowadays, you will find yourself in a maze.
It is very risky to buy a Macintosh or a Personal Computer. This is a question in the mind
Name: Abdullah Behbehani
Date: Jan 18th 2013
Instructor: Frank Eguaroje
Hi my name is Abdullah Behbehani I now it is a long and a hard name. Therefore,
my family and friends usually called me Abood. I will start this talk by describing myself,
then I will
Good morning and thank you for coming.
-Let me introduce myself.
-My name is Abdullah and this is my first year as a freshman in WSU.
My major is Computer Engineering
-The topic of my talk today is The Birth of Google
Today I would like to discuss four ma
Fall 2012 Schedule for Abdullah S. Behbehani on Sep 14, 2012 02:24 pm
Introduction to Computer
Programming - *Web
2:30 pm 4:20 pm
CS 1200 Discrete Structures
PRACTICE Final Exam
Instructions: In all questions that require a proof, use theorems discussed
in class unless otherwise noted. In the nal exam, if you want to use other
methods like Venn diagrams or truth tables, you will get
In this lab students need to use trigonometric relationships to locate lengths, angles and
areas in order to partition two triangles into four polygons with a specific minimum area.
The experience task, which was used for these samples, was different to t
EGR 1980 Staff - Fall 2012
11:15 am-12:10 pm
Preparatory Mathematics for Engineering and Computer Science
EGR 1980: Syllabus, Fall 2012
Section 01: Mr. Nicholas Baine, 420 RC,
775-5037, [email protected]
Section 02: Mr. Dennis Hance, 223A RC,
775-5040, [email protected]
Read Chapter 1 of the textbook for ART2140, including the introductory pages.
Answer the following questions:
1) What is art? (Provide a concise definition)
2) Name or describe three different categories of art.
3) Identify three major artworks that symbo
August 15, 2012
Topic: Cell Phone Usage While Driving
Residual Message: I want to convince each member of my audience that using a cell phone
while driving is extremely dangerous for everyone and to
ENGLISH 1100 (89)
October 30, 2012
Journal: In the United States, the news reports are full of Hurricane Sandy, a major storm that is
happening in the Atlantic Ocean up and down our east coast. Many people expect a great deal
The Olympics games
Schools, college sports
How to make an egg with cheese: The recipe:
How to cook:
Prepare your items that you want to use to cook the recipe.
Put the put on the fire with a med degree.
Pot a little of oil or batter as you lik
Oct 9, 2012
Mac OS and Windows
Todays Windows is probable the most common operation systems are in the world. We
can find it everywhere like schools, homes, offices, and hospitals. However, there are some
differences between ma
Introduction to Discrete Structures
Dr. Pascal Hitzler
CS 1200, Fall 2012
Wright State University, Dayton, OH, U.S.A.
[version: November 29, 2012]
Team: Vahid Taslimitehrani (main contact point): [email protected]
Name: Abdullah Behbehani
Class: CS 1160
Date: Sep 5, 2012
Instructor: Mrs. Vanessa Starkey
R1.14:Inputs and outputs:
-Calculate the cost of the paint per gallon.( each gallon can paint 100000 inches/2
-Measure the width per inches.
-Measure the height per
CS 1200 Introduction to Discrete
Fall Semester 2012
Wright State University, Dayton, OH
CS1200 Fall 2012 Pascal Hitzler
On a scale from 1 to 5
how important are mat
Course Syllabus Guidelines
I. College/School/Department Teacher
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Prof. Pascal Hitzler, 389 Joshi
[email protected]; office hours: Tuesdays 4pm to 5pm
Print and then complete the following Truth Table. Be sure to fill in your header information (name, due date, pilot tag, table #)
before turning this in.
See page 111 of your textbook to see an explanation and examples of truth tables.
Formatting Output Activity
Open NetBeans, then open the FormatWithPrintf program (provided by the instructor; also on
Pilot under Class Activities *).
Read through and run the program so that you understand how it works. Note that there are a lot
Math Operators Activity
1. Without using your computer, determine the output of the following code:
int result = 1 + 2;
result = result - 1;
result = result * 2;
String Methods Activity
1. Create a new Java project in NetBeans named Table#_Group# (or use the one you have, just
delete the lines of code from the first activity).
2. Create a string variable and assign a couple of words or a phrase into it.
3. Apply t
Variables and Input Activity
1. Create a new Java project in NetBeans named Table#_Group#
Name the main class Input_and_String_Practice
2. In the main method, write lines of code to do the following. Be sure you do these steps in
Create the Scanne
Using NetBeans to Create a Java Program
1. Open NetBeans by clicking on the NetBeans IDE icon.
2. Choose File->New Project. The following dialog box appears:
Be sure Java is the selected Category, and Java Application is the selected Project.
Uploading Assignments to Pilot
You will need to zip your entire NetBeans project folder before you can upload your work.
The easiest way to do this is as follows:
Use Windows Explorer (or other file management tool) to locate your project folder.
Style Requirements for all CS1160/CS1161 Projects
Name your project folder yourLastName_project# (where # is the current project number).
Use a javadoc-style comment above the package name that includes the project number, your