Midterm Study Guide
You are responsible for everything we discussed in class or in section.
Additionally, you should know the material in Abrahams and Larson, Chapters 2
(except for 2.10 and 2.15-2.18), 3, 4.22-4.4.2, 5 (except 5.13-5.15), and 7.1.
Questions about material in any of chapters 1-3, 4-11, 12 (except for
12.4-12.7), and 14 (except for 14.7-14.11) in Holmes are also fair game.
Some specific topics you should know:
standard input, output, error
pipes and redirection
directories and path names
file manipulation commands
(rm(1), cp(1), cat(1), mv(1), rmdir(1))
precedence and order of evaluation of operands
integer and floating arithmetic
arrays, pointers, and their relationship
parameter passing to functions
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