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UWCS100Tony AtkinsonFall

[CS 100] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (30 pages long)

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Adding the registers 1 and 2 and placing the result in register 6. Originally programmed by turning toggle switches on and off on the front of a comput
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UWCS100Dave TompkinsFall

CS100 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Operating System, Html, Drag And Drop

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A computer is an interface where the mind and body can connect with the universe and move bits of it about. Hardware components: central processing uni
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[CS 100] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 57 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
To change amount in d5 to currency. To show: your total amount is 113. Column 4: if you get neither, the statement of getting on or the other is false
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UWCS100Alexandra BoutrosWinter

CS100 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Https, Your Computer (British Magazine), Windowing System

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UWCS100Dave TompkinsFall

CS100 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Central Processing Unit, Random-Access Memory, Operating System

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12 Oct 2018
A computer is an interface where the mind and body can connect with the universe and move bits of it about. Hardware components: central processing uni
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UWCS100Barbara ButlerFall

CS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Booting, Auxiliary Memory, Device Driver

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6 Jun 2018
Hardware: the physical equipment and device of a computer. 3 components of hardware: cpu, primary memory and secondary storage, and peripherals. Each c
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UWCS100Dan BrownFall

CS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Substring, Newline

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12 Dec 2017
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CS100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Asteroid Family, Dance Club Songs

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16 Oct 2015
Part b: give an example of a real-life commercial html editing software. Explain why a user new to html editing would choose to use an editor to increa
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CS100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Dance Club Songs

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16 Oct 2015
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UWCS100Dave TompkinsFall

CS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Flowchart, High-Level Programming Language, Time Translation Symmetry

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13 Dec 2016
Hardware componenets 3 parts to it (cpu, pm ss and peripherals) the physical equipment and devices that computers are made of. The brain of the compute
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CS330 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Database Server, Application Server, Drupal

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CS330 Midterm: CS330 Q

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20 Jun 2019
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CS200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Global Field, Filemaker, Switch Statement

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20 Jun 2019
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CS200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Spreadsheet, Algebraic Number Field, General Idea

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20 Jun 2019
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CS430 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: T Helper Cell, Business Analyst, Natural Number

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CS330 Midterm: Midterm info

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20 Jun 2019
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CS200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Foreign Key, Unique Key, Data Validation

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20 Jun 2019
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CS330 Midterm: CS330 : CS330 : CS330 : m

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CS200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Word Processor, Sans-Serif, 60Th United States Congress

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CS115 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natural Number, American Broadcasting Company, Substring

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UWCS100Peter BuhrFall

CS100 Lecture 1: F15 Final Exam Review questions

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11 Dec 2015
This review package was created by the cs 100 instructional support. It is based on all the course material, some of which you may have seen on previou
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UWCS100noFall

CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Web Browser, Natural Number

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4 Jun 2015
Keep them in your labs folder, with the name lijqk for lab ij, question k. see helpful tips for information on creating and naming files. Download the
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UWCS100Winter

CS100 Lecture Notes - Xml, Exclamation Mark, Lookup Table

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13 Apr 2014
A network consists of two or more computers that are connected by physical cables or satellite and radio communication. Cd-r opens (reads) files and th
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UWCS100Barbara CsimaSpring

CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cable Modem, Radio Wave, Wi-Fi

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27 Mar 2018
Synchronous communication vs. asynchronous communication: synchronous, asynchronous delivering a message is not done on a particular schedule i. e. how
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UWCS100Asad Imtiaz ButtWinter

CS 100 Lecture 5: Module 5

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30 Oct 2017
Module 5. 1 strings and labels: when you use an addition sign but you don"t want it as a formula, put an apostrophe in the beginning and it will change
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UWCS100Asad Imtiaz ButtWinter

CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cascading Style Sheets, Html Element, Filename Extension

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30 Oct 2017
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CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Https, Network Address Translation, Uniform Resource Locator

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25 Mar 2016
A network is all the stuf that is connected together so that two computers can communicate with each other. The world wide web (www) is the most visibl
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UWCS100Asad Imtiaz ButtWinter

CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Polysemy, Financial Institution

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30 Oct 2017
What is a graph : some nodes connected by edges, can use a graph to represent physical and virtual systems (ex. Indexing: behind the sciences: list of
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UWCS100noFall

CS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kilogram, Pig Latin

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4 Jun 2015
Lab 03: the design recipe and helper functions. The purpose of this lab is for you to get practice in using the design recipe, including testing. Make
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UWCS100Barb DalyFall

CS 100 Lecture 4: Module 4 - Excel Processes

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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Times New Roman, Filename Extension, Number Sign

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7 Dec 2016
Not a good approach for managing large documents and websites. Can specify value of the font size property as pixels (30px) or % (value is 75% of curre
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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cable Modem, Unique Identifier, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

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7 Dec 2016
Network: all the stuff that connect computer and devices and allow them to communicate with each other. Www is biggest piece of the internet. Ex. conve
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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, Network Address Translation

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17 Aug 2018
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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Directed Graph, Polysemy, Financial Institution

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7 Dec 2016
Used to represent many physical and virtual systems like airports and the connecting flights: can be thought of as a connected graph everything that is
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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mercury-In-Glass Thermometer, Octal, Electric Light

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7 Dec 2016
Specific values that a thermometer displays, not continuous. Anything that can be counted is digital/discrete info of the temperature, not limited) lig
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UWCS100Tony AtkinsonFall

CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: The Exit

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3 Nov 2016
Loops are used when you need to repeat a piece of code over and over. For loops: used when you know exactly how many times the loop needs to run. Do lo
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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Public-Key Cryptography, Https

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7 Dec 2016
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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Https, Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Query String

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7 Dec 2016
Dns servers: computers that respond to requests for address lookups. Ex. when a computer sends a dns server the name www. student. csuwaterloo. ca, it
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UWCS100Tony AtkinsonFall

CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Exclusive Or

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3 Nov 2016
End if equals to greater than less than greater than or equal to less than or equal to not equal to. General form of a decision using an if statement.
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CS100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: List Of Xml And Html Character Entity References, Ampersand, Text Editor

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CS100 Quiz: Assignment 5B Solutions

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[CS 100] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (30 pages long)

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Adding the registers 1 and 2 and placing the result in register 6. Originally programmed by turning toggle switches on and off on the front of a comput
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CS100 Quiz: Assignment 6 Solutions

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30 marks: use the graph and the tentative probabilities shown below to answer questions 1-4. Create the adjacency matrix for the above graph by complet
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UWCS100onlineWinter

CS100 Final: Final+Review+Package+W2014+Solutions.pdf

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This review package was created by the cs 100 instructional support assistants. It is based on all the course material, some of which you may have seen
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UWCS100Peter BuhrFall

CS100 Lecture 1: F15 Final Exam Review questions

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UWCS100Dave TompkinsFall

CS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Serif, Primary Color, Additive Color

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CS100 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Operating System, Html, Drag And Drop

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CS100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Book Of Numbers, List Of Auto Parts

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