## Data Structures and Other Objects Using JavaThis text uses a five-step method for working with data types, to ensure students have a thorough knowledge of the subject and understand the data type abstractly. It also aims to teach students how to use the data type, design and implement it, and analyze the implementation. |

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+ 2689 ) Upward steps = 3,616,705 Marks made = 2689 Total operations =

Downward steps + Upward steps + Marks ... The

each of the techniques is summarized here: Doing a time analysis for a program

is ...

+ 2689 ) Upward steps = 3,616,705 Marks made = 2689 Total operations =

Downward steps + Upward steps + Marks ... The

**number of operations**used byeach of the techniques is summarized here: Doing a time analysis for a program

is ...

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The total

before the loop and the one operation after the loop. Regardless of how big k is,

this formula is always linear time. So, in the case where the sought-after number

...

The total

**number of operations**is now kn + 3. The +3 is from the two operationsbefore the loop and the one operation after the loop. Regardless of how big k is,

this formula is always linear time. So, in the case where the sought-after number

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For this program, one kind of boundary value consists of the simplest kind of

expressions: those that combine only two

performed correctly, you should test simple expressions for each of the

For this program, one kind of boundary value consists of the simplest kind of

expressions: those that combine only two

**numbers**. To test that**operations**areperformed correctly, you should test simple expressions for each of the

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Chapter | 2 |

LEARNING OBJECTIVES | 14 |

Chapter Summary and Solutions | 38 |

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