# Activecode Exercises¶

Answer the following Activecode questions to assess what you have learned in this chapter.

Construct a block of code that changes the first element of `vec` to a 6, multiplies the third element of `vec` by 2, and increments the last element of `vec` by 1 (in that order). This should work no matter what `vec` is.

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Construct a block of code that creates a vector called `digs` whose elements are 7, 8, 7, 8. Then access elements to change the `digs` to contain the elements 7, 4, 7, 4. `Important`: Change the `8`’s to `4`’s in order of increasing index.

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Construct a block of code that creates a vector called `nums` whose elements are five `1`’s. Then make a copy of this vector called `digits`, and use vector operations to change digits to `{1, 2, 3}`.

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Construct a block of code that loops over a vector called `numbers` and transforms the vector so each element is doubled.

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Suppose you have the vector `words`. Construct a block of code that transforms the vector to: `vector<string> words = {"cAr", "cAt", "switch", "mArio"}`. Write the necessary code.

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Suppose you run Club Keno, and you are in charge of picking the 20 random numbered balls between 1 and 80. Construct a block of code that chooses these random numbers, then saves them to a vector called `keno`.

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Suppose you have the defined vector `album`. Construct a block of code that counts how many songs in `album` start with b. Write the necessary code.

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Suppose you have the defined vectors, `temps` and `precip`. Your family will go to the beach if the temperature at least 75 degrees and the chance of precipitation is less than 50%. Construct a block of code that counts how many days your family can hit the beach on your vacation.

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Suppose you have the defined vector `nouns`. Construct a block of code that creates a vector of the proper nouns in `nouns`. Use the `isupper` function to check if a letter is uppercase.

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Suppose you have the already defined `howMany` function and `excl` vector. Construct a block of code that counts how many times “.”, “!”, and “?” occur in `excl`. Save the counts to a vector with “.” count as the first element, “!” count as the second, and “?” count as the third.

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