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Tutor profile: Stephanie B.

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Stephanie B.
Senior/Master's student in Computer Science at Stanford University
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Subject: Spanish

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Como se dice "I need help with my Spanish homework" en español?

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Stephanie B.
Answer:

Se dice así: me hace falta ayuda con mi tarea de español

Subject: Software Engineering

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How would you design a platform to record COVID-19 symptoms?

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First, we would need to learn how many people need to use this platform. This would help us determine what type of backend we need for the platform. Then, we would need to know who we expect to use this platform, so we could engineer a platform that has different language options. Finally, we would create a simply frontend since there is an urgency to constructing this platform.

Subject: C Programming

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How do you dereference a pointer in C?

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Let's say we have the following variable: int x = 10; Here, we have a variable x. Here we can get the memory address to the variable x: int *pointer = &x; This means we are storing a pointer to the memory address where int x is stored. We can dereference the pointer and change its value as follows: *pointer = 1; Now, if we call printf(x), we will get 1.

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