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  • In this lesson, you will learn to: • Define the role and features of the Linux shell • Use the shell as a command interpreter • Create userdefined variables • Use shell environment variables • Create shell scripts in Linux Define the role and features of the Linux shell  Use the shell as a command interpreter  Create user­defined variables  Use shell environment variables 

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  • Objectives: Define VLSM and briefly describe the reasons for its use; divide a major network into subnets of different sizes using VLSM; define route aggregation and summarization as they relate to VLSM; configure a router using VLSM.

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  • In this chapter, you will: Learn how to construct and use void functions in a program, discover the difference between value and reference parameters, explore reference parameters and value-returning functions, learn about the scope of an identifier, examine the difference between local and global identifiers, discover static variables, learn function overloading, explore functions with default parameters.

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  • This tutorial is designed for beginners only and This tutorial explains the basics of shell programming by showing some examples of shell programs. Its not help or manual for the shell. While reading this tutorial you can find manual quite useful ( type man bash at $ prompt to see manual pages). Manual contains all necessary information you need, but it won't have that much examples, which makes idea more clear. For that reason, this tutorial contains examples rather than all the features of shell....

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  • This module provides students with an overview of the Common Type System (CTS). Students will learn about value-type variables. They will also create and use user-defined data types. After completing this module, students will be able to: Describe the types of variables that can be used in C# applications. Name variables according to standard C# naming conventions. Declare variables by using built-in data types. Assign values to variables. Convert existing variables from one data type to another. Create and use their own data types....

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  • This module provides students with detailed information about reference types. It defines reference types and how they relate to classes. It explains the differences between reference-type and value-type variables. It explains the string type in detail as an example of a built-in reference type. This module also covers the System.Object class hierarchy and the object type in C#, showing the relationships between the various types. An overview of common namespaces in the Microsoft® .NET Framework is provided....

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  • SPSS Statistics provides a powerful statistical-analysis and data-management system in a graphical environment, using descriptive menus and simple dialog boxes to do most of the work for you. Most tasks can be accomplished simply by pointing and clicking the mouse. In addition to the simple point-and-click interface for statistical analysis, SPSS Statistics provides: Data Editor. The Data Editor is a versatile spreadsheet-like system for defining, entering, editing, and displaying data.

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  • With the rapid development of wireless communication networks, it is expected that fourth-generation (4G) mobile systems will appear in the market by the end of this decade. These systems will aim at seamlessly integrating the existing wireless technologies on a single handset: together with the traditional power/size/price limitations, the mobile terminal should now comply with a multitude of wireless standards.

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  • You can create a command file containing a WHERE clause to restrict the rows displayed. To change the condition each time the command file is run, you use substitution variables. Substitution variables can replace values in the WHERE clause, a text string, and even a column or a table name. At the end of this lesson, you should be able to  Create a SELECT statement that prompts the user to enter a value at runtime.  Use the SQL*Plus ACCEPT command to define a variable.  Define a variable that can be automatically picked up by the SELECT statement at runtime....

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  • Variables, Naming Rules, Arrays (numbers, scalars, vectors, matrices), Arithmetical Operations, Defining and manipulating arrays Variables What are variables? You name the variables (as the programmer) and assign them numerical values.

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  • Chapter 4 – Probability concepts. This chapter define a random variable, an outcome, an event, mutually exclusive events, and exhaustive events; explain the two defining properties of probability; distinguish among empirical, subjective, and a priori probabilities; state the probability of an event in terms of odds for or against the event;...

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  • Chapter 5 – Common probability distributions. This chapter define and explain a probability distribution; distinguish between and give examples of discrete and continuous random variables; define a probability function, state its two key properties, and determine whether a given function satisfies those properties;...

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  • Chapter 4 (part 1) - Defining your own classes. After you have read and studied this chapter, you should be able to: Define a class with multiple methods and data members, differentiate the local and instance variables, define and use value-returning methods, distinguish private and public methods, distinguish private and public data members, pass both primitive data and objects to a method.

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  • When you have completed this chapter, you will be able to: Define the terms probability distribution and random variable; distinguish between discrete and continuous random variables; calculate the mean, variance, and standard deviation of a discrete probability distribution; describe the characteristics and compute probabilities using the Poisson probability distribution.

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  • This chapter describes some miscellaneous features. Each of these features pretty much stand on their own. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Define “friend”, describe an example when you would use a “friend” function, define “constant member functions”,... Inviting you refer.

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  • Chapter 6 - Continuous random variables. After mastering the material in this chapter, you will be able to: Define a continuous probability distribution and explain how it is used, use the uniform distribution to compute probabilities, describe the properties of the normal distribution and use a cumulative normal table, use the normal distribution to compute probabilities,...

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  • After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Explain structures and their use, define structures, declare structure variables, explain how structure elements are accessed, explain how structures are initialized, explain how assignment statements are used with structures, explain how structures can be passed as arguments to functions, use arrays of structures, explain the initialization of structure arrays.

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  • This chapter describes the fundamental characteristics of the objectoriented C++ programming language. In addition, you will be introduced to the steps necessary for creating a fully functional C++ program.The examples provided will help you retrace these steps and also demonstrate the basic structure of a C++ program.

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  • The data type of a variable is important because it determines the operations that are allowed and the range of values that can be stored. C++ defines several types of data, and each type has unique characteristics. Because data types differ, all variables must be declared prior to their use, and a variable declaration always includes a type specifier. The compiler requires this information in order to generate correct code. In C++ there is no concept of a “type-less” variable.

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