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    (Original post by JASApplications)
    Good Luck! Praying Server Side Scripting doesn't come up!
    I am sorta hoping it does.. Sorry!
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    (Original post by I_Am_The_Man)
    That is true however it appears according to this:

    SELECT EmailAddress, Forename, Surname
    FROM Book, Member, Loan
    WHERE Author = „Lucas Bailey‟ AND
    Book.BookID=Loan.BookID AND
    Member.MemberID=Loan.MemberID


    Where:

    Book(BookID, Title, Author, Publisher)
    Member(MemberID, Surname, Forename, HouseNumber, StreetName,
    Town, County, Postcode, DateOfBirth, EmailAddress)
    Loan(MemberID, BookID, LoanDate, DueBackDate, Returned)


    It appears that if the attribute only appears in one relation you don't have to reference the table name. Correct me if I am wrong.
    That is indeed correct Referencing the table name wouldn't do any harm in terms of the mark scheme (I think?) so I might do it anyway for clarity...but yes you're right, you don't have to reference it!
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    (Original post by JASApplications)
    Good Luck! Praying Server Side Scripting doesn't come up!
    You shouldn't be asked to code in anything, all you would have to do is say what the script does, which you can work out there and some small theory like: whats the diference between POST and GET methods.
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    Good luck guys!

    Definitely haven't revised for this as much as I should've
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    Yeah, it's really easy. Here's a question from June '11:



    Code:
    Explain the purpose of these two lines
    
    ProdNum = Request("ProductNumber")
    SaleQuant = Request("Quantity")
    and the answer is just 'retrieve those values and save them in variables'.

    The rest of the questions are like that too.
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    (Original post by LogicGoat)
    Good luck guys!

    Definitely haven't revised for this as much as I should've
    Join the club. I only need to scrape a B (69/100 by last year's UMS) to keep my A overall, but I'm still really nervous.
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    (Original post by CodeJack)
    You shouldn't be asked to code in anything, all you would have to do is say what the script does, which you can work out there and some small theory like: whats the diference between POST and GET methods.
    Fair enough! I'm only worried about having to write them because in the spec it says 'Practical experience of writing simple server-side scripts'.
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    (Original post by JASApplications)
    Fair enough! I'm only worried about having to write them because in the spec it says 'Practical experience of writing simple server-side scripts'.
    I'm pretty sure it said somewhere in the textbook that writing them wouldn't be a part of the exam.
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    (Original post by JASApplications)
    Fair enough! I'm only worried about having to write them because in the spec it says 'Practical experience of writing simple server-side scripts'.
    They reccomend you do some in lesson to get a better understanding of it. It's actually some easy marks to gain.
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    (Original post by Mystogan.)
    Especially compared to last years COMP3 thread. Maybe everyone is really confident about this exam.





    Who am I kidding :noway:

    This exam will be top if we don't actually have to code a recursive algorithm, insertion sort etc.
    I'm praying that these two stay away from the paper, especially as they have been in the last 2 papers.
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    (Original post by CodeJack)
    I'm praying that these two stay away from the paper, especially as they have been in the last 2 papers.
    I am the opposite I hope these come up
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    Good luck everyone!
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    Good Luck Everyone!
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    Pretty crap exam, but what did I expect :rolleyes:
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    I think the exam went pretty well overall, nothing completely threw me which was good

    What did everyone else think?
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    (Original post by tomrobinson)
    I think the exam went pretty well overall, nothing completely threw me which was good

    What did everyone else think?
    It went well for me too, I think the grade boundaries will be the same as last year.

    What did you get for the tree algorithm question? I put 4 6 9 * +, with postorder traversal and postfix expression.
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    (Original post by tomrobinson)
    I think the exam went pretty well overall, nothing completely threw me which was good

    What did everyone else think?
    I thought it went fine. I didnt like the 8 marker or the psuedo code writing question and I had no idea for the very last question, but all in all it went well.
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    (Original post by pilotjack)
    It went well for me too, I think the grade boundaries will be the same as last year.

    What did you get for the tree algorithm question? I put 4 6 9 * +, with postorder traversal and postfix expression.
    Same here
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    (Original post by pilotjack)
    It went well for me too, I think the grade boundaries will be the same as last year.

    What did you get for the tree algorithm question? I put 4 6 9 * +, with postorder traversal and postfix expression.
    I got the same thing, for the question asking what it represents did you put RPN?
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    (Original post by tomrobinson)
    I got the same thing, for the question asking what it represents did you put RPN?
    I put the equivalent postfix expression
 
 
 
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