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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Yeah sure.

    First question - did you write about how protocols are a set of rules that enable devices to communicate?
    Yup I did hahaha


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Yup I did hahaha


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    Good good.

    Any other questions you want to discuss / not sure about?
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    (Original post by Obi_xtra)
    Last year it was i think 40 for a* i got 45 and i know thats a* regardless. However the coursework was slightly easier according to my teacher so he thinks the grade boundaries will go up slightly so i think that would definitely be a A. The grade for computer science is in ucas points. so its the coursework plus grade plus the grade in the exam multiply by 1.6 or 1 and 2/3 to get your mark.
    I've just realised this method is wrong because if you add the maximum mark for the coursework and the exam you get (90 + 50 = 140) and 140 * 1.6 = 224
    And the maximum is 200 lol


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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Good good.

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    Um what did you put for file management one? I completely forgot what it was so I said files are organised depending on the OS.
    Then I made up the second bit by saying it's saved by getting allocated resources hahaha (but this is the resource allocation thing which is a different thing to file management) so either got 1 or 0 marks out of 2 or 3 for got lol


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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Good good.

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    For the html coding one what did you put?


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Um what did you put for file management one? I completely forgot what it was so I said files are organised depending on the OS.
    Then I made up the second bit by saying it's saved by getting allocated resources hahaha (but this is the resource allocation thing which is a different thing to file management) so either got 1 or 0 marks out of 2 or 3 for got lol


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    I also said that the files are organised. I didn't really know what to say to be honest.

    Haha lool, I would laugh if you got that right.

    I flopped this question - I think I got 1 out of 3 marks.
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    For the html coding one what did you put?


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    I completely forgot about HTML so I attempted it but it's pretty much blank.
    Apparently my friends tell me you had to put <ul> or something like that.
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    I completely forgot about HTML so I attempted it but it's pretty much blank.
    Apparently my friends tell me you had to put <ul> or something like that.
    Samee completely forgot it and didnt think there was any point learning it!

    I thought <ul> meant underline and nothing was underlined except for the header?


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Samee completely forgot it and didnt think there was any point learning it!

    I thought <ul> meant underline and nothing was underlined except for the header?


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    Nah, <ul> means 'unordered' list which means that it represents statements that are not numerical in a particular order. I'm not too sure. It was just a 3 marker (even though 3 marks is quite a lot)

    WTF was that Trace Table??!!!!
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Nah, <ul> means 'unordered' list which means that it represents statements that are not numerical in a particular order. I'm not too sure. It was just a 3 marker (even though 3 marks is quite a lot)

    WTF was that Trace Table??!!!!
    I know!!! Omfg what numbers did you get? I got 1, 2, 4, in the beginning and then I got like 2, 3 something hahaha I literally guessed😂😂


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    I know!!! Omfg what numbers did you get? I got 1, 2, 4, in the beginning and then I got like 2, 3 something hahaha I literally guessed😂😂


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    Yeah, I got something along those lines.
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Yeah, I got something along those lines.
    Haha oh okk lol. What did you get for the SQL query and the code at the back?


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Haha oh okk lol. What did you get for the SQL query and the code at the back?


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    I can't really remember what I got for the code at the back. It was quite chunky to remember.

    For the SQL, I also forgot what I wrote down but it was like:

    SELECT FROM tblOutlet
    VALUES (the two records)
    WHERE id = "G"
    ORDER BY (ASC);

    I think I put more detail in the exam paper. I'm not sure if it's completely right or not.

    What did you get for the blank boxes about that code that had the weekdays and weekends (1 = monday, 2 = tuesday, etc.)? It was something about logical operations.
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    I've just realised this method is wrong because if you add the maximum mark for the coursework and the exam you get (90 + 50 = 140) and 140 * 1.6 = 224
    And the maximum is 200 lol


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    No its like this (90*1.6)+50 coursework mark is not multiplied.
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    I can't really remember what I got for the code at the back. It was quite chunky to remember.

    For the SQL, I also forgot what I wrote down but it was like:

    SELECT FROM tblOutlet
    VALUES (the two records)
    WHERE id = "G"
    ORDER BY (ASC);

    I think I put more detail in the exam paper. I'm not sure if it's completely right or not.

    What did you get for the blank boxes about that code that had the weekdays and weekends (1 = monday, 2 = tuesday, etc.)? It was something about logical operations.
    I got SELECT (id, description)
    FROM TblName
    WHERE id = 'G'
    ORDER BY (id) I thought it said to order by the id or something haha

    Also ORDER BY automatically means ascending so asc is not needed.

    For the question on the back I did so bad. I did something like:

    R1 = 0
    R2 = 0
    R3 = 0

    RR1 = R1 + 1
    RR2 = R2 + 2
    RR3 = R3 + 4

    If R5 = 0
    print (int(R1*R2*R3))
    Else
    print (int(R5 - 1))

    Something like that and I know this is defo wrong!

    For the logical operations one I think I put:

    AND
    OR
    NOT

    I think lol wbu?


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    No its like this (90*1.6)+50 coursework mark is not multiplied.
    Ohh okk! Lol that's why it wasn't working! I really hope I somehow scrape an A* in comp sci!


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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    I can't really remember what I got for the code at the back. It was quite chunky to remember.

    For the SQL, I also forgot what I wrote down but it was like:

    SELECT FROM tblOutlet
    VALUES (the two records)
    WHERE id = "G"
    ORDER BY (ASC);

    I think I put more detail in the exam paper. I'm not sure if it's completely right or not.

    What did you get for the blank boxes about that code that had the weekdays and weekends (1 = monday, 2 = tuesday, etc.)? It was something about logical operations.
    yo you had to put the LIKE id=%"g"
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    (Original post by Obi_xtra)
    yo you had to put the LIKE id=%"g"
    Oh I never knew that. Thanks for telling me
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    I got SELECT (id, description)
    FROM TblName
    WHERE id = 'G'
    ORDER BY (id) I thought it said to order by the id or something haha

    Also ORDER BY automatically means ascending so asc is not needed.

    For the question on the back I did so bad. I did something like:

    R1 = 0
    R2 = 0
    R3 = 0

    RR1 = R1 + 1
    RR2 = R2 + 2
    RR3 = R3 + 4

    If R5 = 0
    print (int(R1*R2*R3))
    Else
    print (int(R5 - 1))

    Something like that and I know this is defo wrong!

    For the logical operations one I think I put:

    AND
    OR
    NOT

    I think lol wbu?


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    I think I got something similar in terms of the code - not sure though.

    For the logical operations, there were 4 boxes - I got AND OR NOT AND
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    I think I got something similar in terms of the code - not sure though.

    For the logical operations, there were 4 boxes - I got AND OR NOT AND
    Oh yh I put AND at the end as well haha. How many marks was that?


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