What will the following program print?

REAL X, Z, T INTEGER I, J, K, Y X = 4. ** (3 / 2) Y = 1 / 2 * 7 / 2 Z = SQRT (X ** 2 + Y ** 2) I = (-4) ** (-3) T = X ** Y ** Z J = MOD (INT (X), INT (T)) K = IABS (I) + EXP (FLOAT (I)) PRINT *, J, X, Y, Z, I, T END

What will the following program print?

INTEGER A,B DO 22 A = 17,28,4 DO 33 B = 1,3 IF (MOD(A,B).GT.B / 3) THEN IF (A / 6.GE.B) THEN PRINT *,'HEGEL' ELSE PRINT *,'NIETZSCHE' ENDIF ELSE PRINT *,'SPINOZA' ENDIF 33 CONTINUE 22 CONTINUE STOP END

What will the following program print?

INTEGER A(20,20) READ *, N DO 20 I = 1,N READ 10,( A(I,J), J = 1,N) 10 FORMAT(4I4) 20 CONTINUE DO 50 I = 1,N IP = I + 1 DO 50 J = IP,N IW = A(I,J) A(I,J) = A(J,I) 50 A(J,I) = IW DO 60 I = 1, N 60 PRINT *, (A(I,J), J = 1, N) END / DATA 4 4 1 2 5 2 3 4 8 5 6 7 10 1 3 4 5

The following FORTRAN 77 program contains several (syntax?) errors. Find and circle each error. Write a short explanation for those that cannot be circled!

REAL, I, IM READ 5 IM, W, T, 5 FORMAT (I3, 2F10.0) DO 20 J = 1,6 IF (MOD(J,2) EQ 0) THEN I = IM * COSWT + J 20 CONTINUE ENDIF PRINT8, IM, W, T, I END

Write an FORTRAN 77 sub-program (TSTMAT) that accepts a square, two-dimensional array A and its dimension N as input, and determines whether the sum of the elements above the main diagonal is equal to the sum of those below the main diagonal. The main diagonal elements A(i,i), for i = 1, N should be ignored in your calculation.

Write an FORTRAN 77 main program that reads data into a square array, uses the sub-program - TSTMAT, and then prints out the matrix and whether it meets the requirement stated above.

Your program should have a title at the top of a new page. Show the operating system job control lines to run the program. Write your program in the space below and on the reverse of the exam pages as required.

Don't forget good internal program documentation!

The file INF8:CS208.CLASS contains records with the following format

COLUMNS FIELD EXAMPLE 1-7 McGill ID 8154321 10-30 Last, First names SMITH, JEAN 31-60 10 Assignment marks 10 12 15 ..... 61-65 Mid Term mark (out of 100) 85 66-70 Final exam mark (out of 100) 78Using this set of data write a FORTRAN program to perform the following operations.

- Print a suitable heading at the top of a new page and after every 50 records have been read and processed.
- For each record read, print out the input data in a neat form on a single line.
- On this same line include the total of the ten assignment
marks,
and the overall course grade, which is calculated as follows:
- Scale the total assignments to be 30% (Maximum total 180)
- Scale the mid term to be 20% (Graded out of 100)
- Scale the final to be 50% (Graded out of 100)
- ---------------------------------------------------------
- TOTAL Course Grade 100%

- After every 10 lines of output leave a blank line.
- Your program should be able to handle any number of input records. Show the job control lines you would use for the computer you are using.
- Your program should NOT use any matrices or 2 dimensional arrays.