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Exam 1

Title C++/Programming Topic(s)
Variables, Data Types, and Constants data types, et. al.
Main Program the main function
Programming Style naming, spacing, etc.
Input/Output input/output basics
Input Streams input processing
Object-Oriented Programming Basics OOP terminology and basic syntax
Built-in Libraries built-in function libraries
Random Value Generation rand() et. al.

Title C++/Programming Topic(s) Simple Flow Control if, while, and such Input/Output Redux intermediate input/output Logical Operations bool Branching Basics if string basics basics of using strings strings using strings more effectively Looping Basics while Title C++/Programming Topic(s) Shorthand Operators ++, +=, etc. Exception Handling handling thrown exceptions Advanced Branching switch, ?:, nesting Advanced Looping do & for Function Basics simple function ideas Logical Groups grouping things together Function Re-Use re-usability of functions Title C++/Programming Topic(s) Function Arguments function arguments vocabulary Intermediate Uses of Function moderately tricky function ideas like reference (&) Libraries programmer defined libraries
(aka separate compilation) Advanced Functions inline, default, overload, assertions Basic classes class basics Intermediate classes continuing classes
TitleC++/Programming Topic(s) vectors using vectors List Management managing lists of data Function template Basics making a function a template Searching and Sorting ordering and location of data Advanced classes classes mixed with vectors nD vectors using 2D (and larger) vectors Basic File Handling storing and retrieving data with files

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