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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
    What did you put for computational methods (parallel and sequential)


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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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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Oh yh I put AND at the end as well haha. How many marks was that?


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    4 delicious marks. Good job.
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    (Original post by Obi_xtra)
    or or and not
    Some people put that but the majority put AND OR NOT AND because:

    How can the first box be OR? It needs to be a value that's larger than or equal to 1 AS WELL AS less than or equal to 5 in order to become a weekday.

    And the third box is definitely NOT.
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    4 delicious marks. Good job.
    Hahaha thank you. For the truth table thing what did u say for the reason why people use it? I said it's used to find logical errors as they are hard to detect and fix because the error in the code occurred without the program realising it


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    What did you put for computational methods (parallel and sequential)


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    Oh that was pretty okay.

    I just said that sequential models execute line by line, from start to finish, in a linear fashion. Parallel models execute in parallel and simultaneously on multiple processing devices. Parallel models are more productive/efficient/faster than linear models because more than one task is being performed at the same time.
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Hahaha thank you. For the truth table thing what did u say for the reason why people use it? I said it's used to find logical errors as they are hard to detect and fix because the error in the code occurred without the program realising it


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    Erm, it didn't ask why a TRACE TABLE is used. It asked the PURPOSE OF THE ALGORITHM. I forgot what I put in as an answer though.
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Erm, it didn't ask why a TRACE TABLE is used. It asked the PURPOSE OF THE ALGORITHM. I forgot what I put in as an answer though.
    Yh sorry that's what I meant. And loool I always get mixed up with a trace table and truth table


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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Oh that was pretty okay.

    I just said that sequential models execute line by line, from start to finish, in a linear fashion. Parallel models execute in parallel and simultaneously on multiple processing devices. Parallel models are more productive/efficient/faster than linear models because more than one task is being performed at the same time.
    Yup that's what I put, however, I didn't talk about multiprocessing devices


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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Erm, it didn't ask why a TRACE TABLE is used. It asked the PURPOSE OF THE ALGORITHM. I forgot what I put in as an answer though.
    Also for the pseudocode one where you had to change bits of the pseudocode to reach the requirements what did you put? I created a constant variable and made two other variables called Area and Area2 and set them to 0. I added an input as well cos we want it to work with every number


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Yh sorry that's what I meant. And loool I always get mixed up with a trace table and truth table


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    Well, either way tbh, I don't think you'll get the mark because I don't think finding logical errors had to do with the algorithm. Sorry
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Well, either way tbh, I don't think you'll get the mark because I don't think finding logical errors had to do with the algorithm. Sorry
    I just checked the internet and on various sites it says that I got it correct lol


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    I just checked the internet and on various sites it says that I got it correct lol


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    Oh really? Well done man. Sorry for reducing your confidence.
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    Oh really? Well done man. Sorry for reducing your confidence.
    Hahaha no it's fine Also for the codes do you think I got like nearly full marks for them or even full marks?


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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Hahaha no it's fine Also for the codes do you think I got like nearly full marks for them or even full marks?


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    I would say full marks IMO. They seem like they covered everything.
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    (Original post by stormblazer999)
    I would say full marks IMO. They seem like they covered everything.
    Oh hopefully! I really want that A* hahaha. I really need someone to create an unofficial mark scheme but it seems like barely anyone does edexcel computer science!


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    What did you guys get for the trace table question? I think i did it right but Im not quite sure
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Oh hopefully! I really want that A* hahaha. I really need someone to create an unofficial mark scheme but it seems like barely anyone does edexcel computer science!


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    Yeah, last year only about 540 people in the entire country did edexcel computer science :/
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Oh hopefully! I really want that A* hahaha. I really need someone to create an unofficial mark scheme but it seems like barely anyone does edexcel computer science!


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    Yeah, last year only about 540 people in the entire country did edexcel computer science :/

    Subject Statistics from last year: http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...ng_with_1).pdf

    First page where it specifies Comp Science
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    (Original post by Synx-b)
    What did you guys get for the trace table question? I think i did it right but Im not quite sure
    I got like 1, 2, 4 and 5? Then 2, 3... Something like that? Not sure. What did you get?


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