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flow control mock exams

 
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I have been studying flow control and taking Dan Chisholm's mock exams on the subject, and Marcus Green's flow control mock exams. I seem to do very well on Marcus Green's but strugle some with the nested loops on Dan Chisholm's exams.

I am wondering which mock exam is closest to the real test when it comes to flow control.

Also when you encounter a question like this from Dan Chisholm:

Has anyone developed a good strategy in how to solve this?

I know the answer, and I understand how to get to the answer, however I find it difficult to keep track of the various variables when using pencil and paper. I am very much interested in developing a strategy for solving this type of question if I find one like this on the test.

Thanks


EDIT by mw: Added Code Tags.
[ April 22, 2007: Message edited by: marc weber ]
 
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