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Programming I

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Programming I COP 2210

Agustina Price
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Gregory Shaw

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Agustina Price on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COP 2210 at Florida International University taught by Gregory Shaw in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/221729/cop-2210-florida-international-university in Computer Programming at Florida International University.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
Computer Programming 1 Instructor Greg Shaw COP 22l0 Study Guide for Final Exam 1 Boolean operators ampamp ll and expressions 2 Decision making using the if statement 7 single alternative two alternative and multiple alternative forms 3 Comparing Strings for equality 7 the equals and equalslgnoreCase methods 4 Repetition using the Java loops 7 while for and do7while 7 and nested loops 5 Using JOptionPaneshowlnputDialog to read data until end7of7 file 6 Using a Scanner object to extract the individual tokens from a string 7 Counters and accumulators 8 The Date class 7 creating Date objects and calling the accessor and mutator methods of the class You will not have to list the methods from memory but you should know what the methods do most especially the next previous and getDayOfWeek methods that you used in SpeedDatingjava 9 Be able to play computer or hand trace segments of code containing variable declarations input assignment decisions loops and ArrayLists 10 See 9 above 11 ArrayLists Given a partial definition of a class with an ArrayList instance variable including method documentation and declarations be able to write the bodies of the methods 12 Be able to write a method that traverses an ArrayList and processes each object on the list 13 For extra credit be able to evaluate expressions using the overloaded indexOf and substring methods of the String class and concatenation


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