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public class TestPolynomial { public static void main(String[] args) { Polynomial p = new Polynomial(3, -8, 0, 0, 2, 1); Polynomial q = new Polynomial(0, 5, 6, 9); System.out.println("p: " + p); System.out.println("p.degree(): " + p.degree()); System.out.println("q: " + q); System.out.println("q.degree(): " + q.degree()); System.out.println("p.plus(q): " + p.plus(q)); System.out.println("q.plus(p): " + q.plus(p)); System.out.println("p.plus(q).degree(): " + p.plus(q).degree()); Polynomial z = new Polynomial(0); System.out.println("z: " + z); System.out.println("z.degree(): " + z.degree()); System.out.println("p.plus(z): " + p.plus(z)); System.out.println("z.plus(p): " + z.plus(p)); System.out.println("p: " + p); Polynomial t = new Polynomial(8.88, 44); System.out.println("t: " + t); System.out.println("t.degree(): " + t.degree()); } }
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p: 3.00 - 8.00x + 2.00x^4 + 1.00x^5 p.degree(): 5 q: 5.00x + 6.00x^2 + 9.00x^3 q.degree(): 3 p.plus(q): 3.00 - 3.00x + 6.00x^2 + q.plus(p): 3.00 - 3.00x + 6.00x^2 + p.plus(q).degree(): 5 z: 0 z.degree(): -1 p.plus(z): 3.00 - 8.00x + 2.00x^4 + z.plus(p): 3.00 - 8.00x + 2.00x^4 + p: 3.00 - 8.00x + 2.00x^4 + t: 8.88x^44 t.degree(): 44
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The var-args constructor is tested at lines 3 4, and the two-argument constructor is tested at line 18. The other testing includes checking (at lines 9 10) that the plus() method is commutative: p + q = q + p, and (at lines 14 16) that the zero polynomial z satisfies the defining condition p + z = z + p = p.
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Review Questions
7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7
What is the difference between the Collection interface and the List interface What is the difference between the AbstractCollection class and the AbstractList class What is the difference between the AbstractList class and the AbstractSequentialList class What is the difference between the Iterator interface and the ListIterator interface What is the difference between the ArrayList class and the LinkedList class What is the difference between an ArrayList object and a Vector object In deciding whether to use an ArrayList or a LinkedList in an application, what factors make one choice better than the other
Problems
7.1 Implement the following method:
public static void loadRandomLetters(LinkedList list, int n) // fills list with n randomly generated capital letters
7.2 7.3 7.4
Write a method that uses an iterator to print the contents of a linked list, one object per line. Write a method that uses an iterator to print the contents of a linked list in reverse order, one object per line. Write the following method:
public static void exchange(LinkedList list, int i, int j) // swaps the elements indexed at i and j
Modify the solution to the Josephus Problem (Example 7.6 on page 140) so that it also uses a
SKIP parameter to generate the output. The value of SKIP is a constant nonnegative integer that specifies whom each soldier should kill. For example, if skip = 2, then A would kill D
(skipping over B and C), E would kill H, and so forth. The original solution is then the special case where skip = 0. Assume that no one commits suicide. So if a killer s target turns out to be himself, he would kill the next man in the list. 7.6 Write and test this method for the Polynomial class:
public double valueAt(double x) // returns the y-value of p at the specified x-value
Write and test this method for the Polynomial class:
public Polynomial times(double factor) // returns a new polynomial that is equal to this polynomial
Answers to Review Questions
7.1 The List interface includes these 10 methods that work with indexes:
public public public public public void boolean Object int int add(int index, Object object); addAll(int index, Collection collection); get(int index); indexOf(Object object); lastIndexOf(Object object);
public public public public public ListIterator ListIterator Object Object List
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listIterator(); listIterator(int index); remove(int index); set(int index, Object object); subList(int start, int stop);
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7.2 7.3
The AbstractList class implements the methods of the List interface, including the 10 index methods listed above in the answer to Question 7.1 which are not in the AbstractCollection class. The AbstractSequentialList class is designed to serve as a base class for linked list classes. It specifies the two abstract methods listIterator() and size() which must be implemented by any concrete subclass. The ListIterator class extends the Iterator class in a way that is analogous to the way the AbstractSequentialList class extends the AbstractList class. (See the answer to Question 7.2 above.) Ordinary Iterator objects are unidirectional iterators that iterate on array lists; ListIterator objects are bidirectional iterators that iterate on linked lists. Instances of the ArrayList class use contiguous, indexed, direct access (array) storage. Instances of the LinkedList class use linked (sequential) access storage. So array lists provide faster access, while linked lists provide faster modifications (insertions and removals). There isn t much difference between an ArrayList object and a Vector object: They both provide direct indexed access. As part of the Java Collections Framework, the ArrayList class was introduced more recently, in Java 1.2, and so it is probably more preferred. The Vector class has about twice as many methods, but many are redundant and consequently a bit confusing. An ArrayList object should be preferred when frequent lookups are expected. A LinkedList object should be preferred when frequent additions and/or removals are expected. (See the answer to Question 7.6 above.)
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