Case Study #2: Technology & Product Review for Application Lifecycle Management Tools
Aberdeen Software (the client) has asked your IT security consulting firm to research and
recommend an Application Lifecycle Management tool for their sma
1. Pros and Cons of cookies.
Security breach possibility.
Secrecy violation by third party cookies.
Conveniency by remembering what sites you have been to
Personalization by knowing your credentials.
Introduction to Computer Science
Given n and x, write a C+ program to compute the series
Write a program in C+ that takes two numbers (height and width of central rectangle) as input
and prints the
Introduction to Computer Science
o Learn to compile very simple programs using VS12
o Introduction to Data Types
o Introduction to Variables
o Difference b/w Bit & Byte
o Learn sizeof() function
o Learn random() function
o Introduction to
A for loop is a repetition control structure that allows you to efficiently write a loop that needs to
execute a specific number of times.
The syntax of a for loop in C+ is:
for( init; condition; increment )
Write the output of the following piece of codes on paper. Each statement is performed
independently and not connected with previous.
a = 2, b = 20, c =10, d =5
1. e = (a + b) * c / d;
cout < "Value of (a + b) * c
Functions in C+
Functions allow to structure programs in segments of code to perform individual tasks.
In C+, a function is a group of statements that is given a name, and which can be called from some point of the program. The most common syntax to defin
All the 2D arrays in the exercises below should be scalable and your programs should
run on any number of rows and columns.
You ARE NOT ALLOWED to use break, continue and goto.
You ARE NOT ALLOWED to use global variables except ROWS and CO
Exercise 1: Write a program that reads a file input.txt character by character, calculates total number
of characters, spaces, commas (,) and dashes (-) in the file and stores this information into a file
My name is AB
Introduction to Computing (CS 101) Lab Manual
Lab Manual 02
Basics of HTML and Number System
After performing this lab, students shall be able to:
Introduction to the basic commands of html
Perform exercises on the number system
Write a program which keeps taking input from user until he enters -1. On receiving -1 your program will
display average of numbers entered.
Question 2: A number x can be determined to be a prime number by a method called trial division.
Lab Manual 04
Scratch and While Loops
The objectives of this lab are:
Continue logic building in Scratch environment
Loops in Scratch.
1. While Loop in Scratch
Problem 1:Develop a program in which your spritekeeps asking user to enter a
IF/ELSE and Loops
1. A student buys various books at the start of the
6. You are driving a little too fast, and a police officer
semester from a bookshop. Write pseudocode for a
stops you. Write pseudocode to compute the result,
In this problem, you create a program that adds, subtracts, multiplies, or divides two integers. The
program will need to get a letter (A for addition, S for subtraction, M for multiplication, or D for division)
and two integers from the user. I
A box of cookies can hold 24 cookies, and a container can hold 75 boxes of cookies. Write a
program that prompts the user to enter the total number of cookies, the number of cookies in a
box, and the number of cookie boxes in a container. The program then
Allenton Water Department wants a program that calculates a customers monthly water bill. The clerk
will enter the current and previous meter readings. The program should calculate and display the
number of gallons of water used and the total charge for t
Tea Time Company wants a program that allows a clerk to enter the number of pounds of tea
ordered, the price per pound, and whether the customer should be charged a Rs.15 shipping
fee. The program should calculate and display the total amount the
You found an exciting summer job for five weeks. It pays, say, $15.50 per hour. Suppose that the total
tax you pay on your summer job income is 14%. After paying the taxes, you spend 10% of your net
income to buy new clothes and other accessories for the
The problem is to calculate the salary after the subtract the tax
Include the iostream in the liberary
Start the program with void main()
Enter the salery
Inter the taxes that are to be (-) from the salary
Show the val
the problem is to calculate the total bill of the many products
insert iostream ,cmathand iomanip in the liberary
start the function by void main ()
first enter the quanaties of each type of product
multiply the each quantity
Problem is to calculate the final score in which four quizzes of
30% weight,two mids of 40% weight and 1 finall of 30% weight
First include the iostream iomanipand cmath in the liberary
Enter the marks of 4 quizzes
Problem: the problem is to find the average and find the
deviation of integer from the average.
Include the iostream and iomanip cmathin the liberary.
Start the function with void main()
Store the values in the int of the integer whose av
/ name ubaid tariq
using namespace std;
cout<"Ready for the game"<endl;
Pointers in C+
Introduction to Pointers
Pointers and arrays
Character Pointers, Arrays and Strings
Introduction to Pointers
When we declare a variable some memory is allocated for it. The memory location can be
referenced through t
(for storing matrices and other 2D or 3D data!)
What is a pointer
o A variable whose value is the
address of another variable
o p is a pointer to variable v
Pointers and Arrays
o &: address of (reference)
o *: indirection (dereference)
Banks offer various types of accounts such as savibgs, checking, certificate of
deposits, and money market, to attract customers as wells as meet with their specific
needs. Two of the most commonly used accounts are savings and
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