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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 15: Ch15 notes

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True/false: the following is a valid recursive definition to determine the factorial of a non-negative integer. Ref: 986: in a recursive function, the
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 3: Ch03 notes

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It is a good idea to redefine cin and cout in your programs. In the statement cin >> x;, x can be a variable or an expression. The following statements
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 5: Ch05 notes

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True/false: the statement in the body of a while loop acts as a decision maker. Ref: 261: the following while loop terminates when j > 20. j = 0; while
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: In C, Function Prototype, Include Directive

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True/false: using functions greatly enhances a program"s readability because it reduces the complexity of the function main. Ref: 336: once you write a
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 4: Ch04 notes

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A control structure alters the normal sequential flow of execution in a program. In c++, both ! and != are relational operators. In c++, !, &&, and ||
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Modular Programming, Gigabyte, Structured Analysis

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Chapter 1: an overview of computers and programming languages. The basic commands that a computer performs are input (get data), output (display result
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 2: Ch02 notes

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In c++, reserved words are the same as predefined identifiers. The maximum number of significant digits in values of the double type is 15. The maximum
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 10: Ch10 notes

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True/false: a class is an example of a structured data type. Ref: 630: in c++, class is a reserved word and it defines only a data type. Ref: 631: if t
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 16: Ch16 notes

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True/false: linked lists allow you to overcome the size limitations of an array data type. Ref: 1032: memory for the components of an array does not ne
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 14: Ch14 notes

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True/false: the code to handle exceptions depends on the type of application you develop. Ref: 944: one of the typical ways of dealing with exceptions
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 19: Ch19 notes

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True/false: in a binary tree, the branches go only from a child to a parent. Ref: 1309: the level of the root node of a binary tree is 1. Ref: 1310: al
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TAMUCSCE 121Michael D QuinnFall

CSCE 121 Chapter 8: Ch08 notes

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True/false: all components of an array are of the same data type. Ref: 507: the array index can be any integer less than the array size. Ref: 509: the
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