This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
B) The following Alice world contains a guy on the beach, named
randomGuy2, a beach ball, a beach chair, and a frisbee. randomGuy2 is facing the beach chair. A class-level method, kick, was created and is shown. The beach ball and beach chair are 4 meters apart. How many times will the "kick" method be called?
and tortoise are lined up in a straight line in the below Alice world. D) A rabbit. Each position is separated by one meter. How collectively high will the rabbit have jumped (counting only going up) after the code is run? . horse.C) How far away are the penguin and chicken from each other after the following code is run? The two animals are initially 3 meters away from each other. the horse is occupying position 1. penguin. Consider these as four positions. and so on. where the rabbit is occupying position 0.
* Firesheep is the plug in that lets you log in to your friend’s Facebook or twitter account. and which of the above-mentioned security principles does it address? Longer questions: Consider the following scene: .E) Which of the following security principles does the Firesheep* application break? For each. and send messages and the like from their account. • • • • • • • Confidentiality Integrity Availability Authentication Non-repudiation Authenticity Utility F) What is asymmetric encryption. explain why it is or isn’t broken.
exercise 6. The following problems from the Learning to Program with Alice text also seem to make good practice problems: Chapter 2. which has the kangaroo hop over to and then over the magician. This might be interesting to do including a method and a parameter. Suppose you have the following method: Write a method hopOver. which checks if the parameter is the car. It might even be more interesting to try using an if statement in the method. .A kangaroo is approximately 10-15 meters away from a magician.
Chapter 9. . Saloon Sign.Chapter 4. Chapter 7. Don’t worry about the trot – it is fine to just move the horse forward when it is trotting. Review Lab 3 from class. project 3. exercise 12. exercise 8. Chapter 4. exercise 1. Chapter 7. exercise 3.
Alice syntax .