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UCLAJAPAN 50IshidaSpring

JAPAN 50- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 68 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Ma(cid:374)"yoshu and kojiki written by the yamato: co(cid:373)(cid:373)o(cid:374)ers (cid:272)a(cid:374)"t read, so o(cid:374)ly writte(cid:374) (cid:
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Tell the reader of the code that you do not intend to change this variable. Const double: stop from changing element of the array. Const d_arr: prevent
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Survey areas: morphology = structure of words, sentences = syntax, sound = phonetics/phonology, word and sentence meaning = semantics, acquisition of l
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
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Tell the reader of the code that you do not intend to change this variable. Const double: stop from changing element of the array. Const d_arr: prevent
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UCLAJAPAN 50IshidaSpring

JAPAN 50- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 66 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
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Ma(cid:374)"yoshu and kojiki written by the yamato: co(cid:373)(cid:373)o(cid:374)ers (cid:272)a(cid:374)"t read, so o(cid:374)ly writte(cid:374) (cid:
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
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Survey areas: morphology = structure of words, sentences = syntax, sound = phonetics/phonology, word and sentence meaning = semantics, acquisition of l
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dereference Operator, Stephan Endlicher

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14 Sep 2017
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Double* ptr = ptr is type double pointer; ptr is a pointer of type double bytes. Addresses written in bytes int and floats = 4 chars and bools = 1 stri
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dont, Type Conversion, Type Variable

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14 Sep 2017
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dennis Ritchie, Text Editor, Compiled Language

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14 Sep 2017
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Power supply = converts ac unstable power to dc stable power. Graphics card + monitor = visual outputs. Store things till end of a program; not permane
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Monospaced Font

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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Auxiliary Memory, Computer Data Storage, Bjarne Stroustrup

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14 Sep 2017
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But does a lot for human readability + style: necessary b/c real-life progra(cid:373)(cid:373)i(cid:374)g is(cid:374)"t do(cid:374)e alo(cid:374)e i(ci
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Javascript, Scientific Notation, Modulo Operation

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14 Sep 2017
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Hardware = electric circuits in a plastic case. Software = instructions telling software what to do. ; = denotes the end of a line (most of the time) V
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Short-Circuit Evaluation, Lexicographical Order, Infinite Loop

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14 Sep 2017
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Midterm study guide input/output (i/o) & flow control. We provide info. to the program via keyboard/mouse/microphone/other devices. Program uses monito
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Memory Address

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14 Sep 2017
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A variable is stored somewhere in memory. The address-of operator (&) returns the memory address of the variable. Arrays are actually (98%) pointers! i
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Lecture 1: Lecture [06.07.2017]

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14 Sep 2017
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Tell the reader of the code that you do not intend to change this variable. Const double: stop from changing element of the array. Const d_arr: prevent
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Newline, Short-Circuit Evaluation, C Syntax

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14 Sep 2017
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Compiled Language, Semicolon

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14 Sep 2017
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Tells main points that needs to be written. Compilation has 4 stages: preprocessing, compilation (within compilation, assembling, linking. Convenient v
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Final Guide: Null Character, Memory Management, Operating System

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14 Sep 2017
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Points to an address that may have a variable: address-of operator & returns this address. Defining a pointer sizeof operator returns the # of bytes it
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Final Guide: Empty String, Uninitialized Variable, Modulo Operation

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14 Sep 2017
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Hardware and software: hardware = electric circuits in a plastic case, software = program(s) that tells circuits what to do. Int divided by int = int (
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Final Guide: Unit Testing, Red Bull, Modular Programming

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14 Sep 2017
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Final: functions function declaration (or forward declaration) example: double max(double a, double b); Inputs (double a, double b) = parameters or arg
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Final: Misc 2

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14 Sep 2017
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A type for an unsigned int (nonnegative) No need to know what it is and why it is useful represents an index std::swap(firstvar, secondvar); Works for
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Final Guide: Compiled Language, Undefined Behavior, Integrated Development Environment

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14 Sep 2017
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Secondary notation indentation + other visual cues to help with human readability of code. Convention of consts is to caps them all. Code should be ren
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Final Guide: Include Guard, Operator Overloading, Include Directive

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14 Sep 2017
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Define our own custom type through objects and classes. Collection of data members: example: string firstname; int year; (cid:858). (cid:859) = (cid:37
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Study Guide - Final Guide: Short-Circuit Evaluation, Lexicographical Order, Hoodie

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14 Sep 2017
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Putting something into your code instead of taking it in as an input. Control structures allow programs to follow a more complicated flow. A data type
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UCLACOMPTNG 10ARyuSpring

COMPTNG 10A Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Modular Programming, Test Harness, Function Overloading

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14 Sep 2017
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Tells us function name, how many/what type of inputs, and what it returns. Something you view in terms of its inputs and outputs without any considerat
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dehumidifier, Circumfix, Reduplication

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14 Sep 2017
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Grammaticality, Universal Grammar, Meat Grinder

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14 Sep 2017
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Prescriptive: what is taught in school, enforced, explicit language rules. Implicit rules actually follower by individuals: what linguists are interest
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: List Of Languages By Number Of Native Speakers, Linguistic Imperialism, Dialect Levelling

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14 Sep 2017
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Final: Week 9

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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phonological Change, Inflection, Allophone

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14 Sep 2017
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Any of the speech sounds that represent a phoneme: phoneme: s, sounds: 1 of 2 similar/identical sounds in a word becomes less like the other aspiration
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Handshape, Cherology, International Phonetic Alphabet

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14 Sep 2017
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Appalachian English, Spoonerism, Universal Grammar

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14 Sep 2017
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Sentences can hv multiple meanings: example: flying planes can be dangerous, to fly a plane (as an occupation or an action) can be dangerous, or: plane
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Syntactic Category, Part Of Speech, Lighthouse Keeper

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14 Sep 2017
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We also understand new formed sentences even though we never heard them before. Study of the internal structure of words and the rules for combining pa
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Universal Grammar, Degenerate Bilinear Form, Coreference

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14 Sep 2017
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Different methods for studying language acquisition depending on factors like different ages. E(cid:454)a(cid:373)ple stud(cid:455): child (cid:373)a(c
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Possessive, Definite Description, Coreference

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14 Sep 2017
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N" -> n pp (prepositional phrase) i. e. the man with the hat; the chairman of the linguistic dpmt. Or n" -> a (cid:894)adj(cid:895) n": n" -> n. Exampl
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Phrase Structure Rules, Adjective Phrase, Verb Phrase

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14 Sep 2017
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Infix, Syntactic Category, Frenemy

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14 Sep 2017
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Verb + able -> adj (means able to be verb-ed: laughable, believable, adjustable. Unlockable: get ambiguity because un- can attach to 2 diff kinds of ro
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Inter-Active Terminology For Europe, Onomatopoeia, Neurolinguistics

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14 Sep 2017
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Survey areas: morphology = structure of words, sentences = syntax, sound = phonetics/phonology, word and sentence meaning = semantics, acquisition of l
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Syntactic Category, Part Of Speech, Reduplication

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14 Sep 2017
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We understand new words put together even though we never heard of them before. Study of internal structure of words + rules for combining parts of wor
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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Universal Property, Universal Grammar, Spoonerism

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14 Sep 2017
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Others: language acquisition in children, signed languages, dialects, neurolinguistics (brain basis for language) There is an alphabet with all the sou
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