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CU-BOULDERCSCI 1300 Ioana FlemingFall

CSCI 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Machine Code, Pseudocode, Flowchart

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Algorithm design (with pseudocode: first do it by hand (doing sample calculations by hand, flowcharts, selecting test cases, hand-tracing, storyboards,
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CU-BOULDERCSCI 1300 Ioana FlemingFall

CSCI 1300 Chapter 9: Vectors

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Use the size member function vectorname. size() to get the size of the vector for (int i = 0; i < values. size(); i++) cout << values[i] << endl; A vec
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CU-BOULDERCSCI 1300 Ioana FlemingFall

CSCI 1300 Chapter 8: Arrays

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Structures for storing sequences of values of the same type. When you define an array, you can specify the initial values. For example, double values[]
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CU-BOULDERCSCI 1300 Ioana FlemingFall

CSCI 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter online reading: Pseudocode, Computer Language

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CU-BOULDERCSCI 1300 Ioana FlemingFall

CSCI 1300 Chapter 5: Textbook chapter 5 functions

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CU-BOULDERCSCI 1300 Ioana FlemingFall

CSCI 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Newline, Carriage Return, Decimal Mark

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Here is precisely what happens when that operation is executed. First, any input characters that are white space are removed from the stream, but they
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