CS32: Introduction to Computer Science II
Winter 2009
Discussion 3A Notes (Week 10, March 12)
TA: Brian Choi ([email protected])
Section Webpage: http:/www.cs.ucla.edu/~schoi/cs32
Final Practice
BigO
EDA of Bike Sharing
Muneaki Hayashi and 3032387047
DUE: Tuesday Sep 13 at 8pm
Introduction
This assignment has four goals: (a) to learn how to read plain text delimited data into R, (b) to gain
experi
Spring 2009 CS 32
Homework 1
Time due: 9:00 PM Tuesday, April 14 Here is a C+ class definition for an abstract data type Multiset of strings, representing the concept of an unordered collection of str
CS32: Introduction to Computer Science II
Winter 2009
Discussion 3A Notes (Week 3, January 23)
TA: Brian Choi ([email protected])
Section Webpage: http:/www.cs.ucla.edu/~schoi/cs32
Abstraction
In Home
CS 32 Homework 1 Solution, Winter 2014
2/18/14, 10:57 PM
Winter 2014 CS 32
Homework 1 Solution
Problems 1, 2, and 3
Problem 4
Problem 5
Problems 1, 2, and 3:
In this solution, the functions with small
void process(Berni' bp)
cfw_
bp>ted(); / line e
bp>ma;co(); / line f
delete bp; / line g
int main()
cfw_
int yourID; / You enter the last digit of your
cin > yourID; / student ID.
process(new Bernie(
Spring 2009 CS 32
Homework 1 Solution
P Problems 1, 2, and 3Problem 4Problem 5 P Problems 1, 2, and 3: In this solution, the functions with small, fast implementations are inlined. Alternatively, the
Winter 2009 CS 32
Homework 4 Solution
Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 Problem 1:
/ Set.h #ifndef SET_INCLUDED #define SET_INCLUDED template <typename ItemType> class Set cfw_ public: Set(); / Create an
3/12/2016
CS 32 Homework 3 Solution, Winter 2016
Winter 2016 CS 32
Homework 3 Solution
Problem 1
Problem 3
Problem 2
Problem 4
Problem 1:
Since all Landmarks have a name, and since the way you find ou
CS31: Introduction to Computer Science II
Winter 2011
Midterm Practice
TA: Brian Choi ([email protected])
Section Webpage: http:/www.cs.ucla.edu/~schoi/cs32
* Make sure you try all exercises by hand!
Spring 2009 CS 32
Homework 3 Solution
Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 1: Problem 3 Problem 4
Since all Creatures have a name, and since the way you find out the name is going to be the same for all kinds
CS 32 Project 2 Solution, Winter 2014
2/18/14, 10:57 PM
Winter 2014 CS 32
Project 2 Solution
In this solution, the functions with small, fast implementations are inlined. Alternatively, the inline key
Homework 3 Test Data
For linear.cpp, there were 51 test cases, each worth 1 point; for tree.cpp, 11 cases, each worth 2 points; for maze.cpp, 4 test cases, each worth 3 points; and for landmark.cpp, 5
CS 32 Midterm 2
Review Session
Hosted by Upsilon Pi Epsilon
February 18, 2014
Stacks and Queues
Two abstract data types (ADTs) used to store items
Stacks follow LIFO (Last in, first out)
Queues follow
Spring 2015 CS 32
Programming Assignment 2
Double Trouble
Time due: 9:00 PM Tuesday, April 21
Homework 1 gave you extensive experience with the Sequence type using both
arrays and dynamicallyallocate
Spring 2013 CS 32
Homework 4 Solution
Problem
1
Problem
4
Problem
2
Problem
5
Problem Problem
3
6
Problem 1:
/ Multiset.h
#ifndef MULTISET_INCLUDED
#define MULTISET_INCLUDED
template <typename ItemTyp
CS32 Winter 2012
Project #4
Ad Hunter
Due: 9 PM Thursday, March 15
Make sure to read the entire document (especially Requirements and Other Thoughts)
before starting your project.
For questions about
Winter 2007 CS 32
Homework 1 Solution
Problems 1, 2, and 3 Problem 4 Problem 5 Problems 1, 2, and 3: In this solution, the functions with small, fast implementations are inlined. Alternatively, the i
Spring 2012 CS 32
Programming Assignment 2
Double Trouble
Time due: 9:00 PM Tuesday, April 24
Homework 1 gave you extensive experience with the Set ADT using both arrays and dynamicallyallocated array
CS32: Introduction to Computer Science II
Spring 2010
Discussion 1B Notes (Week 10, June 4)
TA: Brian Choi ([email protected])
Section Webpage: http:/www.cs.ucla.edu/~schoi/cs32
Final Practice
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Spring 2009 CS 32
Homework 3
Time due: 9:00 PM Sunday, May 3 To coincide with the release of the sixth movie in the series, your company is developing computer games based on the adventures of Hairy O
Winter 2016 CS 32
Project 1 Solution
In this Project 1 solution zip file, here is what was affected by the addition of the history feature:
The files History.h and History.cpp, containing the declarat
Winter 2009 CS 32
Homework 3 FAQ
In Problem 2, can one function call another? For example, can firstEmpty call anyEmpty? Yes, but you don't need to each of the functions can be correctly and efficient
Insert: DO NOT FORGET size+
First, set the values for the new_Node
Delete: DO NOT FORGET size
corner case
/* OLD */
String& String:operator=(const string& rhs) cfw_
if (this != &rhs) cfw_
delete
CSE 12, Week Six, Lecture One
static: prefix qualifier to an identifier that implies:
 _ to a file, method, class
 _ section allocation
variables:
 static variable declared outside of a function:

# MSA Introductory Course in Python
# To access help press F1 or go to the Help Menu
# whenever you find brackets inside a function, that means that command is
optional
# e.g. input([prompt]): prompt
classdef ex_class
%EX_CLASS Summary of this class goes here
%
Detailed explanation goes here
properties
end
methods (Static) tatic means that the file can be accessed from outside
function y = ex_func