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CSC 200 Final Exam Review. 12/11/2006. Chapter 5 Arrays. Declaring and Referencing How an array is stored in memory Initializing Array Parameters to Functions Using – Looping, searching, sorting Multidimensional Arrays. Ch. 9 Pointers. Pointer variables

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### CSC 200 Final Exam Review

12/11/2006

Chapter 5 Arrays
• Declaring and Referencing
• How an array is stored in memory
• Initializing
• Array Parameters to Functions
• Using – Looping, searching, sorting
• Multidimensional Arrays
Ch. 9 Pointers
• Pointer variables
• Check Self-Test Exercises p. 431
• Use of pointers in functions
• Basic Memory Management
• New, delete operators
• Use of null, dangling pointers
Ch. 9 Dynamic Arrays
• Analog between pointers and array variables
• Creating dynamic arrays
• Destroying dynamic arrays
• Returning an array from a function
• Pointer arithmetic
• Ie, iterating over an array with pointers
• Multidimensional dyn. Arrays
• Allocating/deallocating
Ch. 6 Structures
• Defining structure type
• Declaring variables of structure type
• Member variable access.
• Structures in functions
• Hierarchical structures
Ch. 6 Classes
• Motivation for classes
• Basic syntax defining class type
• Defining member functions
• Access modifiers
• Dot and Scope Resolution Operator
• Objects vs. Classes
• Accessor and Mutator functions
Ch 7 Constructors/Destructors
• What is a constructor?
• 2 rules for defining.