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UBCSE 115AlphonceFall

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Binary Number, Abstract Window Toolkit, Rieti

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15 Jan 2015
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Negative Number

Hannah Ketchum3 Page
23 Jun 2016
38
What is the value of 1012? answer: 5. Given n bits, there are 2n distinct bit patterns (so 2n distinct values can be represented) Using a 4-bit wide re
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Pariah Dog

Hannah Ketchum3 Page
22 Jun 2016
21
Defining more than one constructor for a class is an example of overloading. Generally, a name can be overloaded with multiple definitions, as long as
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture 27: 04.01.16 lecture notes

Hannah Ketchum4 Page
12 Apr 2016
24
//a method that takes an arraylist<string> as argument and returns false if the first string has length 5, false otherwise. Arraylist is empty, return
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Or Gate

Hannah Ketchum2 Page
25 May 2016
20
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture 29: 04.06.16 lecture notes

Hannah Ketchum3 Page
6 May 2016
17
A class can implement an arbitrary number of interfaces. The class object is pre-defined in the language. Object does not extend any class, and is the
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Abstract Type, Instance Variable, Subtyping

Hannah Ketchum3 Page
22 Apr 2016
16
What is wrong with this code? package noninheritance; package noninheritance; public class cat implements noisy { public class dog implements noisy { p
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: List Of North American Broadcast Station Classes, Observer Pattern, Pattern Matching

Hannah Ketchum4 Page
12 Apr 2016
8
Which of the following is not represented in an object diagram: method, object, variable, reference answer: a. method. What is an interface good for? i
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Subtyping

Hannah Ketchum3 Page
22 Jun 2016
10
How many interfaces can a (user-defined) class implement: none, exactly one, one or more, zero or more, no more than eight (23) answer: d. zero or more
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Or Gate, And Gate, Instruction Register

Hannah Ketchum3 Page
25 May 2016
21
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture 3: 01.29.16 lecture notes

Hannah Ketchum2 Page
25 May 2016
20
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UBCSE 115Alphonce CarlSpring

CSE 115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Spring Break

Hannah Ketchum3 Page
12 Apr 2016
16
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