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FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, Fordham College Lincoln Center
CSLU 1100 001 -- Structures of Computer Science
Dept. of Computer and Info. Sciences, Fall, 2006
Prof. Robert K. Moniot

Review Sheet for Final Exam

The exam may include some material from before the midterm, but will mainly deal with material covered afterward.

Material from the textbook: see the Chapter Summaries for what you should know from the text.

Chapter 2:
Summary, section 2.1, on page 178
Chapter 3:
Summary, sections 3.1, 3.2, and 3.5, on pages 245-247
Chapter 5:
Summary, sections 5.1 and 5.2, on pages 437-438
The best way to study for this part of the exam is to work homework problems as practice. The ones with blue numbers or letters have the answers in the back.

Material from the computer projects:

  1. Web Design:
    1. Be able to explain the difference between client-side and server-side dynamic content for web pages.
    2. Know which of JavaScript, Flash, and CGI are client-side and which are server-side.
  2. Alice:
    1. Know and be able to define the object-oriented programming concepts of object, method, attribute, event.
    2. Be able to list and describe briefly some built-in methods of the objects provided in Alice.
    3. Know the differences among the programming structures Do In Sequence, Do Together, Loop, and If/Else.
  3. Digital Logic: in addition to the textbook material in section 3.5,
    1. Know the XOR logic function.
    2. Know the circuit graphic for the XOR gate and be able to use it in a circuit diagram.
    3. Be able to use a Karnough map to design a small circuit that has don't-care conditions.

Robert Moniot 2006-12-07