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CS 2110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

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4 Dec 2017
Lecture 1 - types: type: set of values together with operations on them. , -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, Ex: x = 100; x = hello world". First we declare x as
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CS 2110- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

60 Page
13 Oct 2017
Lecture 1 - types: type: set of values together with operations on them. , -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, Ex: x = 100; x = hello world". First we declare x as
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CS 211 Cornell 2006 Fall Final Examsfinalcs211sp03

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31 Jan 2019
I have followed the rules of academic integrity on this exam (sign): ______________________________________________ Failure to follow any instruction m
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CS 211 Cornell 2006 Fall t2 Examst2cs211sp06

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31 Jan 2019
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final ExamsFinal Exam solcs211sp07

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31 Jan 2019
There are 9 questions on 10 numbered pages. Check now that you have all the pages. Use the back of the pages for workspace. The exam is closed book and
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final ExamsFinal Exam sol sp11

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. You have 150 minutes: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now th
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final ExamsFinal Exam sp11

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. You have 150 minutes: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now th
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Exams Fall 2010 Prelim 1 R6

13 Page
31 Jan 2019
The exam is closed book and closed notes. Start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! There are 8 questions on 13 numbered pages, front and ba
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf sp12 Solutions

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. You have 150 minutes: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now th
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf sp12 Final Exam

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31 Jan 2019
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CS 211 Cornell 2006 Fall Final Examsfinalsolcs211sp05

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31 Jan 2019
There are 15 questions on 12 numbered pages. Check now that you have all the pages. Use the back of the pages for workspace. The exam is closed book an
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CORNELLCS 2110AllFall

CS 211 Cornell 2006 Fall Final Examsfinalcs211sp03

13 Page
31 Jan 2019
I have followed the rules of academic integrity on this exam (sign): ______________________________________________ Failure to follow any instruction m
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final ExamsFinal Exam solcs211sp07

11 Page
31 Jan 2019
There are 9 questions on 10 numbered pages. Check now that you have all the pages. Use the back of the pages for workspace. The exam is closed book and
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final ExamsFinal Exam sol sp11

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. You have 150 minutes: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now th
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final ExamsFinal Exam sp11

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. You have 150 minutes: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now th
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Exams Fall 2010 Prelim 1 R6

13 Page
31 Jan 2019
The exam is closed book and closed notes. Start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! There are 8 questions on 13 numbered pages, front and ba
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf sp12 Solutions

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. You have 150 minutes: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now th
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf sp12 Final Exam

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. You have 150 minutes: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now th
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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf Fall 12 Solutions

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31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. Good luck: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now that you have
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CORNELLCS 2110AllFall

CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf Fall 12 Final Exam

14 Page
31 Jan 2019
Netid: _____________: the exam is closed book and closed notes. Good luck: start by writing your name and cornell netid on top! Check now that you have
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Binary Tree, Binary Search Algorithm, If And Only If

5 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 12 - trees: tree overview. Tree: data structure with nodes, similar to a linked list. Each node may have zero or more successors (children) Eac
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Junit, Precondition

5 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 3 - more objects and stuff: we"ve seen public classes, but there is so much more, we"ve seen two types of methods for classes. Functions: now w
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Local Variable, Class Variable

3 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 4 - class hierarchy: review - big ideas. Type: a set of values and operations on them (l1) (int: +, -, *, /, %, etc. ) Classes define new types
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Priority Queue, Binary Tree, Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority

4 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 16 - heaps: abstract data structures vs concrete data structures. Adding to anywhere takes time proportional to length of list. Adv. getting so
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Abstract Data Type, Abstract Type

3 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 7 - abstract and interfaces: a little geometry! When using a gui, a shape"s position is given by the top left corner of the box it can be inscr
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Directed Acyclic Graph, List Of Algorithms, Topological Sorting

4 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 18 - graphs: we are not talking about graphs like bar graphs, circle graphs, we are talking about shit like the brain, like correspondence betw
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Linear Search, Binary Search Algorithm

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14 Jun 2017
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Strong And Weak Typing, Natural Number

1 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 1 - types: type: set of values together with operations on them. , -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, Ex: x = 100; x = hello world". First we declare x as
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sorting Algorithm, Insertion Sort, Postcondition

3 Page
14 Jun 2017
Invariant: [0, i-1] sorted and [i, b. length()] unsorted. Each iteration pushes value of b[i] to sorted position and i = i+1 for (int i = 0; i<b. lengt
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 - Objects

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14 Jun 2017
Lecture 2 - objects: like in python, parameter is the variable inside a method. Argument is when you call the method: creating a new object new javax.
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CS 2110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Popping

3 Page
14 Jun 2017
Section 4 - collections and enums o. Imagine just a box with a bunch of objects of type e. no order. Has methods add(e); contains(object); isempty(); r
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CS 2110 Chapter 2: Section 2 - Throwing Exceptions

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14 Jun 2017
Section 2 - throwing exceptions: exceptions are a way of manually crashing an application when it does something you don"t want it to do. Ex: suppose y
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

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Lecture 1 - types: type: set of values together with operations on them. , -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, Ex: x = 100; x = hello world". First we declare x as
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

60 Page
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Lecture 1 - types: type: set of values together with operations on them. , -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, Ex: x = 100; x = hello world". First we declare x as
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Binary Tree, Binary Search Algorithm, If And Only If

5 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 12 - trees: tree overview. Tree: data structure with nodes, similar to a linked list. Each node may have zero or more successors (children) Eac
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Junit, Precondition

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14 Jun 2017
Lecture 3 - more objects and stuff: we"ve seen public classes, but there is so much more, we"ve seen two types of methods for classes. Functions: now w
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Local Variable, Class Variable

3 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 4 - class hierarchy: review - big ideas. Type: a set of values and operations on them (l1) (int: +, -, *, /, %, etc. ) Classes define new types
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Priority Queue, Binary Tree, Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority

4 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 16 - heaps: abstract data structures vs concrete data structures. Adding to anywhere takes time proportional to length of list. Adv. getting so
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Abstract Data Type, Abstract Type

3 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 7 - abstract and interfaces: a little geometry! When using a gui, a shape"s position is given by the top left corner of the box it can be inscr
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Directed Acyclic Graph, List Of Algorithms, Topological Sorting

4 Page
14 Jun 2017
Lecture 18 - graphs: we are not talking about graphs like bar graphs, circle graphs, we are talking about shit like the brain, like correspondence betw
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CORNELLCS 2110GriesSpring

CS 2110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Popping

3 Page
14 Jun 2017
Section 4 - collections and enums o. Imagine just a box with a bunch of objects of type e. no order. Has methods add(e); contains(object); isempty(); r
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CS 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Linear Search, Binary Search Algorithm

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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf Fall 12 Solutions

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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Final Examsf Fall 12 Final Exam

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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Examsp2solggcs211Fall 04

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CS 2110 Cornell 2012 Fall Examsp2solcs211sp07

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