CS Behind the Curtain (CS195 2003S)

Class 35: Semantics of Conditionals

Back to Reading Lines (2). On to Reading Gries.

Held: Wednesday, 2 April 2003

Summary: Today we consider an interesting new form of conditional and the formal definition of that form of conditional.

Related Pages:




Gries-Style Conditionals

Formalizing the Meaning of Conditionals

An Example: Maximum of Two Values

Another Example: Largest Value in an Array

An Interesting Theorem



Tuesday, 7 January 2003 [Samuel A. Rebelsky]


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