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STANDFORDCS 106ASahamiFall

CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Init, Sentinel Program, Operand

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CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Init, Ableton

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Intro: synchronous interaction = user input is synchronized with program operation a. i. Colsoleprogram stuff with readint : asynchronous = allow user
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STANDFORDCS 106ASahamiFall

CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Call Stack, Local Variable

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Ch 7 memory: summary, bit a. i. a. ii. fundamental unit of memory represented by binary digits, organization b. i. b. ii. b. iii. Sequence of bytes in
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STANDFORDCS 106ASahamiFall

CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Binary Operation, Operand, Negative Number

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Ch 3 expressions: expression = symbolic representation in programming language of sequence of operations needed to produce result a. i. combination of
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STANDFORDCS 106ASahamiFall

CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Javadoc, Instance Variable, High High

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Ch 6 objects and classes: using the randomgenerator class, nondeterministic = programs that simulate random events, pseudorandom numbers b. i. Sufficie
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CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reductionism

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CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Web Server, Java Virtual Machine, Intermediate Representation

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Ch 1: intro: patch panel = pegboard-like device used for eniac (electronic numberical integrator and. Computer: von neumann architecture = modern compu
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STANDFORDCS 106ASahamiFall

CS 106A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Greatest Common Divisor, Top-Down And Bottom-Up Design, Internal Control

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Returning a value: methods as mechanisms for hiding complexity d. i. Information hiding = hiding lower level implementation so caller need not be bothe
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