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CSE 2221 Placement Test
Satisfactory performance on the placement exam for CSE 2221 fulfills the prerequisite requirements for CSE 2221. Satisfactory performance on the placement exam for CSE 2221 does not result in academic credit for CSE 1223.
Placement Test Topics
- Variables, types, expressions, and assignment statements
- Fundamental or built-in types for working with integer-, real-, Boolean-, character-, and text-valued data
- Simple input from a keyboard or a file, and simple output to a monitor or a file
- Conditional control structures such as “if” and “if-else”
- Iterative control structures such as “while”
- Students will be asked to write, as a paper-and-pencil exercise, short programs or program segments.
- Students may write their answers using any programming language they know well. However, experience shows that students who know only the BASIC programming language, or its visual variants, often are not well prepared for the CSE Placement Exam.
Write a program, in a programming language of your choice, that repeatedly prompts a user to input a positive integer value. At any point, if the user enters 0 or a negative integer value, then the program should print the minimum of all of the positive integer values entered by the user, and then terminate execution. For example, if a user enters the values 4 13 8 11 2 66 5 0, then the program should report that the smallest of the positive values entered is 2. Program output should include appropriate user-friendly headings.
The one-hour exam may be scheduled online through the University Testing Center: