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ECE 264 Advanced C Programming Fall 2014

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How to succeed in this course

  • Attend lectures.
  • Read exam and homework questions carefully. Some questions have two or more parts, answer all parts.
  • Answer the question. If the question asks you true or false, you should answer true or false before you explain the reasons (if the question asks you to explain).
  • Mark your answers clearly. Do not hide your answer among lots of writing.
  • Keep your answer short and to the point.
  • Make up your mind. Some students would give several and contradictory answers and hope one of them is right. If one of them is wrong, you will lose points.
  • Read the whole exam before you answer any questions. The first question may not be the easiest.
  • Do not spend too much time on one difficult question and ignore the other possibly easier questions.