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CS 111 - Program Design I

Fall 2016 - Multi-Media Section

Exam Topics

Exam 2

  • Python Language
    • for loops
    • if statements
    • relational operators
    • boolean operators
    • return statements
  • Picture Manipulation
    • Pixel format
    • Color Modification Algorithms
    • Position Modification Algorithms

Exam 1

  • Python Basics
    • variables
    • types of values
    • assignment statements
    • arithmetic operators
      • ( )
      • * / %
      • + -
    • string operators
      • * repeating
      • + concatenation/joining
    • precedence
    • programming style
      • meaningful variable name
      • blank lines
      • comments
      • indentation
      • use of functions
    • function definition
    • function parameters
    • function calls
    • for loops
      • range() function

  • Turtle Drawing
    • Drawing on Worlds
      • makeWorld ( )
      • makeTurtle ( )
    • Drawing on Pictures
      • pickAFile
      • makePicture ( )
      • makeTurtle ( )
      • show ( )
      • writePictureTo ( )
    • Turtle Functions - turtle given a first parameter: function (t)
      • forward ( )
      • turn ( )
      • penUp ( )
      • penDown ( )
      • getXPos ( )
      • getYPos ( )
      • moveTo ( )
    • Turtle Methods - turtle.method( )
      • setPenColor ( )
      • getPenColor ( )
    • Colors
      • makeColor (redAmount, greenAmount, blueAmount)
      • predefined colors
        • black
        • white
        • blue
        • red
        • green
        • darkGray
        • lightGray
        • yellow
        • orange
        • pink
        • magenta
        • cyan
-- troy - 2016-09-22

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