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Flashcard 149624515

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#bonds #finance
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The Interpolated Spread or I-spread or ISPRD is the difference between the yield to maturity of the bond and
Answer
the linearly interpolated yield to the same maturity on an appropriate reference curve


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The Interpolated Spread or I-spread or ISPRD is the difference between the yield to maturity of the bond and the linearly interpolated yield to the same maturity on an appropriate reference curve

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I-spread - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
enwiki:resourceloader:filter:minify-css:7:3904d24a08aa08f6a68dc338f9be277e */ I-spread From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search <span>The Interpolated Spread or I-spread or ISPRD is the difference between the yield to maturity of the bond and the linearly interpolated yield to the same maturity on an appropriate reference curve.[1] See also[edit] Option-adjusted spreadZ-spread References[edit] ^ Credit Spreads Explained vte Bond market BondDebentureFixed income Types of bonds by issuer Agency bondCor







Flashcard 149625233

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#calculus #mathematics
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Elasticity is [change of what with respect to change of what].
Answer
percent change of the output divided by percent change of the input


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Flashcard 149631720

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#odersky-programming-in-scala-2ed #scala
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The only identifiers that can be used as prefix operators are [...], -, !, and ~.
Answer
+


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Flashcard 149631727

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#odersky-programming-in-scala-2ed #scala
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The only identifiers that can be used as prefix operators are +, [...], !, and ~.
Answer
-


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Flashcard 149631734

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#odersky-programming-in-scala-2ed #scala
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The only identifiers that can be used as prefix operators are +, -, [...], and ~.
Answer
!


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Flashcard 149631741

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#odersky-programming-in-scala-2ed #scala
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The only identifiers that can be used as prefix operators are +, -, !, and [...].
Answer
~


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Flashcard 149631748

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#odersky-programming-in-scala-2ed #scala
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x *= y + 1
means the same as:
x *= (y + 1)
because [...], even though the operator’s first character is *, which would suggest a precedence higher than +.
Answer
*= is classified as an assignment operator whose precedence is lower than +


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x *= y + 1 means the same as: x *= (y + 1) because *= is classified as an assignment operator whose precedence is lower than +, even though the operator’s first character is *, which would suggest a precedence higher than +.

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Flashcard 149631760

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#horstmann-java8-for-really-impatient #java #java8 #lambda-expressions
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Can you assign a lambda expression to a variable of type Object and why?
Answer
No — Object is not a functional interface.


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#default-methods #horstmann-java8-for-really-impatient #java #java8
You can never make a default method that redefines one of the methods in the Object class.

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You can never make a default method that redefines one of the methods in the Object class. For example, you can’t define a default method for toString or equals, even though that might be attractive for interfaces such as List. As a consequence of the “classes win” rule, such

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#default-methods #horstmann-java8-for-really-impatient #java #java8
you can’t define a default method for toString or equals, even though that might be attractive for interfaces such as List. As a consequence of the “classes win” rule, such a method could never win against Object.toString or Object.equals.

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Flashcard 149631783

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#default-methods #horstmann-java8-for-really-impatient #java #java8
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Can you define a default method for toString or equals and why? It might be attractive for interfaces such as List.
Answer
As a consequence of the “classes win” rule, such a method could never win against Object.toString or Object.equals.


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you can’t define a default method for toString or equals, even though that might be attractive for interfaces such as List. As a consequence of the “classes win” rule, such a method could never win against Object.toString or Object.equals.

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#collections #scala #tuples

Given the following definition:

val t = (4,3,2,1)

To access elements of a tuple t, you can use method t._1 to access the first element, t._2 to access the second, and so on.

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Given the following definition: val t = (4,3,2,1) To access elements of a tuple t, you can use method t._1 to access the first element, t._2 to access the second, and so on. For example, the following expression computes the sum of all elements of t: val sum = t._1 + t._2 + t._3 + t._4

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Scala Tuples
e1, Tuple2, Tuple3 and so on. There currently is an upper limit of 22 in the Scala if you need more, then you can use a collection, not a tuple. For each TupleN type, where 1 <= N <= 22, Scala defines a number of element-access methods. <span>Given the following definition: val t = (4,3,2,1) To access elements of a tuple t, you can use method t._1 to access the first element, t._2 to access the second, and so on. For example, the following expression computes the sum of all elements of t: val sum = t._1 + t._2 + t._3 + t._4 You can use Tupel to write a method that takes a List[Double] and returns the count, the sum, and the sum of squares returned in a three-element Tuple, a Tuple3[Int, Double, Double]. The




Flashcard 149631821

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#collections #scala #tuples
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Given the following definition:

val t = (4,3,2,1)

To access elements of a tuple t, you can use method [...]to access the first element, [...] to access the second, and so on.

Answer
t._1, t._2 and so on


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Scala Tuples
e1, Tuple2, Tuple3 and so on. There currently is an upper limit of 22 in the Scala if you need more, then you can use a collection, not a tuple. For each TupleN type, where 1 <= N <= 22, Scala defines a number of element-access methods. <span>Given the following definition: val t = (4,3,2,1) To access elements of a tuple t, you can use method t._1 to access the first element, t._2 to access the second, and so on. For example, the following expression computes the sum of all elements of t: val sum = t._1 + t._2 + t._3 + t._4 You can use Tupel to write a method that takes a List[Double] and returns the count, the sum, and the sum of squares returned in a three-element Tuple, a Tuple3[Int, Double, Double]. The







Flashcard 149631870

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#currying #functions #scala
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Curried functions are defined with multiple parameter lists, as follows:

def strcat(s1: String)(s2: String) = s1 + s2

Alternatively, you can also use the following syntax to define a curried function:

[...]
Answer
def strcat(s1: String) = (s2: String) => s1 + s2


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Curried functions are defined with multiple parameter lists, as follows: def strcat(s1: String)(s2: String) = s1 + s2 Alternatively, you can also use the following syntax to define a curried function: def strcat(s1: String) = (s2: String) => s1 + s2

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Scala Currying Functions
esume WritingComputer GlossaryWho is Who Scala Currying Functions Advertisements Previous Page Next Page Currying transforms a function that takes multiple parameters into a chain of functions, each taking a single parameter. <span>Curried functions are defined with multiple parameter lists, as follows: def strcat(s1: String)(s2: String) = s1 + s2 Alternatively, you can also use the following syntax to define a curried function: def strcat(s1: String) = (s2: String) => s1 + s2 Following is the syntax to call a curried function: strcat("foo")("bar") You can define more than two parameters on a curried function based on your requirement. Let