Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Testing

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APPENDIX A: PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS

Problem 1: Write a program to read eight integers from the terminal, display them in reverse order, and display the number of negative integers read. For example, given the input:

-4 3 -2 1 -18 -20 5 -7 the program should produce the output: -7 5 -20 -18 1 -2 3 -4 5 of the integers are negative.

Problem 2: Write a procedure that rotates the elements of an array s with n elements so that when the rotation is completed, the old value of s[1] will be in s[2], the old value of s[2] will be in s[3], . . . , the old value of s[n - 1] will be in s[n], and the old value of s[n] will be in s[1]. Your procedure should have s and n as parameters. You may assume that the type Item has been declared and s is of type List which has been declared as List = array[1 . . . Max] of Item.


APPENDIX B: EXAMPLES OF STUDENT SOLUTIONS AND DIAGNOSTIC COMMENTS FOR PROBLEM 1
1. Program Find(input, output);
2.
3. Type
4. ListType = Array[1 . . 8] of Integer;
5.

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