CMPT 100 Lecture Notes - Dial Tone, Problem Solving

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To define a conditional task in terms of the condition and the task.
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Use if, if/else, nested if/else, chained if/else to define conditional tasks.
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Relational expressions.
Boolean expressions.
Context is often determined by:
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Each sub-task can be any kind of task.
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Express the condition.
Describe the task.
To describe a conditional task.
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How to recognize dial tone, etc
You may need to consider things that are not explicitly mentioned, e.g.,
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Problem solving
Like a plan that is designed to handle several possibilities.
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Only one context is true at any time.
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When performing the task, you know which one is true.
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You don't know which one is true!
You have to plan for both cases.
When designing the algorithm.
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Conditional task
It's generally in the form of a statement that may come with a condition.
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We can include any sub-task as part of an if statement
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Indentation shows the extent of the subtasks in the then-clause.
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The if statement.
The else part is optional.
The if-else statement is a special case of the if/else statement.
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The if/else statement
Conditional Tasks
January-31-13
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