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End of Chapter Review and Programming Exercises 10212010

LIST OF REVIEW AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES PER CHAPTER
CHAPTER 1: ASSIGNED REVIEW AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES

Please complete these end of chapter review and programming exercises. They were selected because they are relevant to the competencies you must develop to complete the performance assessment. Complete R1.6, R1.7, R1.11, R1.13, R1.14, R1.18. Complete P1.1, P1.8, P1.10
CHAPTER 2: ASSIGNED REVIEW AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES

Please complete these end of chapter review and programming exercises. They were selected because they are relevant to the competencies you must develop to complete the performance assessment. Complete ...view middle of the document...

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CHAPTER 5: ASSIGNED REVIEW AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES

Please complete the following end of chapter review and programming exercises. They were selected because they are relevant to the competencies you must develop to complete the performance assessment. Complete R5.1, R5.2, R5.3, R5.6, R5.8, R5.9, R5.10, R5.12. Complete P5.1, P5.2, P5.3, P5.4, P5.6, P5.7.

 Bookmark Sun Java API Documentation
Locate the current version of the Sun Java API Documentation. You should consult the Java API Documentation each time you use one of the classes from the API. Take a look around at the classes. Notice the information you can obtain for each class such as the package to which it belongs. Bookmark this link and refer to it often.

End of Chapter Review and Programming Exercises 10212010

CHAPTER 6: ASSIGNED REVIEW AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES

Please complete the following end of chapter review and programming exercises. They were selected because they are relevant to the competencies you must develop to complete the performance assessment. Complete R6.1, R6.2, R6.4, R6.7, R6.8, R6.11, R6.12, R6.13, R6.18 Complete P6.1, P6.5, P6.6, P6.9, P6.17.

CHAPTER 7: ASSIGNED REVIEW AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES

Please complete the following end of chapter review and programming exercises. They were selected because they are relevant to the competencies you must develop to complete the performance assessment. Complete R7.1, R7.4, R7.7, R7.8, R7.9, R7.10, R7.11, R7.12, R7.16, R7.18. Complete P7.6, P7.8, P7.10, P7.11, P7.13

CHAPTER 8: ASSIGNED REVIEW AND PROGRAMMING EXERCISES

Please complete the following end of chapter review and programming exercises. They were selected because they are relevant to the competencies you must develop to complete the performance assessment. Complete R8.1, R8.5, R8.6, R8.8, R8.9 Complete P8.1, P8.2, P8.3, P8.4, P8.5, P8.8, P8.9, P8.11

ADDITIONAL PRACTICE FOR CHAPTER 8

Text file I/O is one of the most difficult topics for new programmers. Please complete these additional activities to further prepare you for the performance assessment. One of the tasks that you complete will require text file I/O.

End of Chapter Review and Programming Exercises 10212010

 Research IO Classes in Java API Documentation
Review the following classes in the documentation. Note the constructors, methods, and attributes for each of the following IO classes. Be sure you know how to use at least one class to read in from a file and one class to write out to a file.
       Scanner Formatter FileReader FileWriter PrintWriter BufferedReader BufferedWriter

1. What is the syntax for constructing an object for each of the above IO classes? 2. Which class has methods that parse input from a file? In other words, which let you read individual tokens from a file? 3. Which class reads an entire line from a file? Do you know how to tokenize a line of text read in? How could you use the...

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