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Chapter 2

Textbook complete PowerPoint

My Part 1 PPT
My Part 2 PPT
My Part 3 PPT

 

Data Representation pg 66

Counting in binary, octal, and hex.
Convert binary, octal, and hex to decimal.
Convert decimal to binary on paper.

Character Sets pg 69 - differences

Memory Location for data

Identifiers rules for creating
Difference between Pascal case and camel case conventions

Compare and contrast identifiers, variables, and literals

What is compile-time initialization.

Types, Classes, and Objects

Two basic number types.
Primitive types
Difference between a class and an object

Predefined Data Types

integer
decimal, double, and float
boolean
string

Constants

Assignment Statements

Basic Math Operators

Increment and Decrement

Compound Operators

Order of Operations

Mixed expressions (data types)

Casting

Formatting Output

Width Specifier

Coding Standards

 

 

 

 

Assignments and Labs

Reading question to 76
Counting and converting binary questions
order of operations questions
Reading questions 76-91

Exercises pg 121

Labs page 127

1. Miles to Feet
2. Miles to Kilometers
3. Temperature
4. Retail Price
5. Take-home Pay
6. Exam Scores
7. Change
8. Weighted Average
9. Fund Raiser

Page 125 Question 16

Page 125 Question 18

 

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