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Note for ELET 2300 with Professor Talusani at UH exam review 2


Note for ELET 2300 with Professor Talusani at UH exam review 2

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Date Created: 02/06/15
ELET 2300 Introduction to C Programming Review Test 2 Chapter 6 The three requirements in creating and using a function 1 Declare the function also known as proto type It is similar to declaring variable except for the parentheses and type of parameters 2 De ne the function and write the code 3 Call the function You need to review the requirements and the format for all of these What is difference between passing parameters by value and by reference or address Scope of the local static and global variables Lifetime of the local static and global variables Array declaration initialization index index offlibafliifelement and the index of the last element Can the subscript or the index of an array be a oating number What happens if you declare an array and initialize with fewer values than the size of the array For Example integer grade7 92 7381150 A string is terminated with A two dimensional array is initialized in what order Row or column If a nested loop is used to process a twodimensional array the inner loop corresponds to elements Chapter 9 Every variable has three major items associated with it What are they The address of avariable is the address of the 77 byte set aside in the computer s memory for the variable What are pointers Are they variables What is indirect addressing How is done C requires that when we declare a pointer variable we also specify the data type of 77 Using a reference to access the value of a variable without the need for explicitly using the indirection operator symbol is referred to as an77 If grade is a singledimension array containing ve integers and there are four bytes per integer ampgrade3 is computed as ampgrade0 47 The 1 in the expression gPtr I is an 77 If grade is an array trying to store its address using the expression ampgrade results in a if Distinguish between Static and Dynamic allocation of an array Under a dynamic allocation scheme the amount of storage to be allocated is determined and adjusted when Adding 1 to a pointer causes the pointer to point to the if Know the difference between passing by value and passing by reference especially what is being passed When an array is passed to a function its 77 is the only item actually passed Can a pointer be included as a parameter in a function header Chapter 10 De ne the following terms Class Object Declaration section Implementation section Instance variable Two types of members Data member Member function Constructor Methods Interface Public and Private access Data Hiding In a C class a member function name cannot be the same as a if member name The set of attributes and behaviors de ning a class is frequently referred to as the class s if The private access designation used in C classes restricts a user from seeing how the data is actually stored and is referred to as Whenever a new object of a class is de ned the class s function is automatically called Within the declaration section of a class de nition functions are declared via if Data members of a class are also known as 77 If a class designates all of its data members as private and all of its member functions as public we must rely on if to access data members Objects have the same relationship to classes as 77 do to C builtin data types The term information hiding refers to the encapsulation and if of all implementation details


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