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This resource is presented as list of topics, functions, and patterns that we’ve encountered so far in CIS 110. It is reference material, and not a definitive textbook.
Please note that this resource is not…
- a comprehensive list of all information that might be tested on an exam
- a replacement for having viewed the live & recorded material that covered these topics
- an indication that something not covered here is not an important concept in learning programming & Java.
- an example of exactly the level of detail at which you need to understand a concept.
Here are a handful of good ways to use this document:
- As a starting point for preparing for an exam.
- As a way to check your understanding of a recent topic.
- As a reference for completing homeworks, especially when you recall that we’ve covered something similar to the problem at hand before in the class.
- As a way to double check why the code you’re writing isn’t compiling, or to remind you of some syntax rules that just won’t stick in your head.
You might notice that some text looks like this. When something is written in this way, it’s information that you might be interested to learn but that you’re not required to know.
Note: We leave the table of contents in full, but will not fill in the relevant information until it has been taught in lecture.
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