CS: Chapter 4 Section 4.1 and 4.4
Math and conversions
4.1 Type Conversions
One of the rules regarding assignment statements is that the result type of the right
side must be compatible with the variable data.
Some types however are naturally com
CS: Chapter 3 Sections 3.1, 3.2 , 3.4
Writing your own class
Engineers use the term black box to describe any device whose inner workings
For Ex] car, brain,etc.
A black box provides encapsulation- it hides the details and p
CS:Ch 7 Iteration 4/13/16
A loop consists of the following parts:
A loop control variable (lcv) or variables
A loop body (task to be repeated)
The actual loop statements that we use in an
CS Chapter 1: Intro 11/10/15
Gordon Moore- cofounder of Intel
Moores Law- The density of data that could be doubled on integrated circuits
every 12-18 months.
This set the bar.
Computer Science is about 50-60 years old. Which is young compared to other
CS:Ch 8 Array and Array Lists 5/4/16
Need a variables that contains a list of values, not a single value. Imagine an
organized structure to store things.
Data in an array is all the same type and is stored in sequence- each item has a
CS Chapter 2.1
Fundamentals of writing code
Comments- Anything between /* */ or anything on a line / (green)
Constants- Numbers and stuff inside quotes. (It is fixed) (like hello)
Reserved Words- The vocab of Java. Words with spe
CS: Chapter 6 Decisions 3/8/2016
Most programming languages provide a set of 4 control structures.
Programming is the process of arranging the 4 control structures to produce a