## CPSC 120 Pre-Lab Assignment: Lab #2

1. Trace the execution of the following program and show the output (write it as close to the way the computer would as possible even if you think it is wrong!):
```//****************************************************
// Silly program
//****************************************************

public class Silly
{
//-----------------------------------------
// The main method prints some things.
//-----------------------------------------
public static void main (String[] args)
{
int sideLength = 5;
int area = sideLength * sideLength;
int perimeter = 4 * sideLength;

System.out.println ("A square with side of length " + sideLength
+ " has area " + area);
System.out.println ("The perimeter is " + perimeter);

sideLength = sideLength + 7;
area = sideLength * sideLength;
System.out.println ("A square with side of length " + sideLength
+ " has area " + area);
System.out.println ("The perimeter is " + perimeter);
}
}

OUTPUT:

```
2. What value is contained in the integer variable size after the following sequence of statements is executed?
```     size = 43;
size = size + 7;
size = size * 2;
size = size / 4;

```
3. Write Java code to do each of the following:
1. Set up storage for (that is, declare) an integer variable count without giving it an initial value.

2. Set up storage for an integer variable count and give it an initial value of 0.

3. Set count to 5, assuming that it has already been declared as an integer variable.

4. Set count to one more than its current value, assuming that it has already been declared as an integer variable and currently has a value. (Write a general statement that will add 1 to the count variable no matter what the current value is - don't just set the variable to 6!)

4. Given the declarations below, find the result of each expression.
```int a = 3, b = 10, c = 7;
double w = 12.9, y = 3.2;

a + b * c

a - b - c

a / b

b / a

a - b / c

w / y

a + w / b

a % b / y

b % a

w %  y

(double) a / b

b / 100

b / 100.

The following program reads three integers and prints the average.  Fill
in the blanks so that it will work correctly.
// ********************************************************************
// FILE: Average.java
// Purpose: Read three integers from the user and print their average
// ********************************************************************

import __________________________________________;

public class Average
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
int val1, val2, val3;
double average;

// Create a Scanner object named scan

__________________________________________________  ;

// get three values from user
System.out.println("Please enter three integers and " +
"I will compute their average");

__________________________________________________  ;

__________________________________________________  ;

__________________________________________________  ;

//compute the average and store in the variable average

__________________________________________________  ;

//print the average with appropriate label (not just the number!)

______________________________________________________ ;
}
}

```