Quizzes may be given on paper (in class) or online (at home or in
class). A quiz will last roughly 15-20 minutes. Quizzes aren’t
designed to trick you—
Quizzes are closed-book, closed notes.
Questions won’t ask about arcane details or operators. They will stick to the core concepts and operators that you should know from doing exercises in class and on the homework.
You may be asked to write a little code, but you won’t be asked to write a lot.
If you are asked to write code, I am looking for your choice and sequence of expressions, NOT whether you got all of the colons and commas in the right place. Use indentation to line up your expressions (so it is clear what you were trying to write), and you won’t lose points for little pieces of punctuation that might be off.
July 6: Programs over basic data (numbers, strings, images, and tables). You should know how to read and use/write the common operators on these types, and how programs over basic data evaluate.
Defining your own functions is NOT covered on this quiz.