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Briefly show how your representation can be used to implement the operations of addition, multiplication, and exponentiation. 3 Define an ADT for character strings. Your ADT should consist of typical functions that can be performed on strings, with each function defined in terms of its input and output. Then define two different physical representations for strings. 4 Define an ADT for a list of integers. First, decide what functionality your ADT should provide. 4 should give you some ideas. Then, specify your ADT in Java in the form of an abstract class declaration, showing the functions, their parameters, and their return types.
Naturally the date will be different on different days, even though the same command is given. However, there is obviously more to the input for the date program than the command that you type to run the program. The date program computes a function. In other words, on any particular day there can only be a single answer returned by a properly running date program on a completely specified input. For all computer programs, the output is completely determined by the program’s full set of inputs.
A classic example is the recursive definition for the factorial function: n! = (n − 1)! · n for n > 1; 1! = 0! = 1. Another standard example of a recurrence is the Fibonacci sequence: Fib(n) = Fib(n − 1) + Fib(n − 2) for n > 2; Fib(1) = Fib(2) = 1. From this definition, the first seven numbers of the Fibonacci sequence are 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, and 13. Notice that this definition contains two parts: the general definition for Fib(n) and the base cases for Fib(1) and Fib(2). Likewise, the definition for factorial contains a recursive part and base cases.