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Computer Science I

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Computer Science I CPSC 220

Alessia Farrell
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Marsha Zaidman

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alessia Farrell on Friday October 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CPSC 220 at University of Mary Washington taught by Marsha Zaidman in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see /class/228389/cpsc-220-university-of-mary-washington in ComputerScienence at University of Mary Washington.


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CPSC 220 Midterm Review Spring 2009 Be able to specify Unix commands as they would be entered at the terminal for each of the following commands passwd man pwd script ls ls 7a ls 71 rm cp mv exit more man apropos script cat lp lpstat cancel mkdir cd rmdir Chapter 1 What are Bytecodes What is one advantage of bytecode What is abstraction What is encapsulation What is information hiding What is modularity What is a type When doing problem solving what are the recommended steps Chapter 2 What is a syntax error What is the difference between an executable statement and a nonexecutable statement Be able to classify comments declarations Class and package statements Be able to use and interpret declaration statements that employ nal int short long char oat double String and boolean Why are symbolic names preferred over literal values eg nal int MOSINYEAR 12 Using MOSINYEAR is preferred to using a 12 within other statements What is a variable What are the rules for selecting valid identi er names When is a variable local What is the purpose of the String operator Be able to interpret and apply Java s operator associativity and precedence rules Know the arithmetic operators and Be able to evaluate Java arithmetic expressions Be able to interpret and apply the Scanner object and the methods detailed in class Be able to interpret and apply a Java assignment statement Be able to interpret and apply Java print println and printf statements Be able to interpret and apply Java statements that utilize a Scanner object and the methods detailed in class Be able to apply format string speci ers to Java output Appendix C Chapter 5 Be able to interpret and apply decision statements if if else if else if else if else Be able to interpret and apply Boolean expressions using lt lt gt gt ampamp H Be able to interpret and apply a switch statement Chapter 3 How do pointers affect the method used when Java objects are stored in memory What is the purpose of setting a Java object to null


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