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    Hello

    I am fooling aroung with Java , wondering how to read a binary file and convert it to text and then back again to binary.

    This is what i have so far:

    The above code does not work on binary data.

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    Java has two kinds of classes for I/O:

  • Streams (InputStreams and OutputStreams) are for reading and writing binary data.
  • Readers and Writers are for reading files that can be interpreted as characters (text) using a character encoding.
  • Trying to read and write files that contain data that is not meant to be interpreted as text, such as *.zip and *.exe files, will lead to problems. You might get an exception while reading the file, for example if the character encoding that converts the bytes to characters encounters a sequence of bytes that cannot be properly interpreted as text. You might also get a corrupted output file, because the conversion from bytes to characters and back to bytes is not always 100% reversible (for complicated reasons).

    If you just want to copy files, then use InputStreams and OutputStreams to do so (that will also work for text files). You can find examples easily by searching.

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    Jesper de Jong wrote:Java has two kinds of classes for I/O:

  • Streams (InputStreams and OutputStreams) are for reading and writing binary data.
  • Readers and Writers are for reading files that can be interpreted as characters (text) using a character encoding.
  • Trying to read and write files that contain data that is not meant to be interpreted as text, such as *.zip and *.exe files, will lead to problems. You might get an exception while reading the file, for example if the character encoding that converts the bytes to characters encounters a sequence of bytes that cannot be properly interpreted as text. You might also get a corrupted output file, because the conversion from bytes to characters and back to bytes is not always 100% reversible (for complicated reasons).

    If you just want to copy files, then use InputStreams and OutputStreams to do so (that will also work for text files). You can find examples easily by searching.

    The problem is that i need to send the file over a socket later, so i need the file data in a format i can send.

     
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    Mads Nielsen wrote:The problem is that i need to send the file over a socket later, so i need the file data in a format i can send.

    Okay… but what you send over the socket is bytes. So this requirement of converting binary data to “text” seems to be irrelevant. Where did it come from?

     
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    Paul Clapham wrote:

    Mads Nielsen wrote:The problem is that i need to send the file over a socket later, so i need the file data in a format i can send.

    Okay… but what you send over the socket is bytes. So this requirement of converting binary data to “text” seems to be irrelevant. Where did it come from?

    Well, not litteraly text, i just mean i need the file data in a format i can feed to the socket. Bytes will do just fine.

     
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    Class Socket has getInputStream and getOutputStream methods. You can use the InputStream and OutputStream that those methods return just like any other InputStream or OutputStream. Data does not necessarily need to be text to be sent over a socket connection.

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    Jesper de Jong wrote:Class Socket has getInputStream and getOutputStream methods. You can use the InputStream and OutputStream that those methods return just like any other InputStream or OutputStream. Data does not necessarily need to be text to be sent over a socket connection.

    Great, thanks.

     
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    I am reading files byte by byte now with DataInputStream.

    How do i create a file containing the bytes i have read from the original file ?

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    You simply write the bytes to a FileOutputStream which refers to that file. Don’t forget to close the file after you finish.

    And by the way, there are two rules about when to use the “available” method of an InputStream:

    (1) Don’t use it unless you know what it does.

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    Read our FAQ article Available Doesnt Do What You Think It Does for a more serious explanation.

     
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    What was the reason you chose to use DataInputStream?

    Why are you casting the bytes that you read from the file to char and print them to the console window (line 31)? This will lead to gibberish output on the console.

    You could read the content of the file into a byte array, like in this example. This example shows how to copy a file by reading blocks of data from a FileInputStream and writing those blocks to a FileOutputStream. It’s easy to change that example so that you write the bytes to an OutputStream that you get from a socket.

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    I have a String with binary data in it (1110100) I want to get the text out so I can print it (1110100 would print “t”). I tried this, it is similar to what I used to transform my text to binary but it’s not working at all:

     public static String toText(String info)throws UnsupportedEncodingException byte[] encoded = info.getBytes(); String text = new String(encoded, "UTF-8"); System.out.println("print: "+text); return text; 

    Any corrections or suggestions would be much appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    You can use Integer.parseInt with a radix of 2 (binary) to convert the binary string to an integer:

    int charCode = Integer.parseInt(info, 2);

    Then if you want the corresponding character as a string:

    String str = new Character((char)charCode).toString();

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    • Thank you, it makes a lot of sense, but I don’t understand how to make a new Character from an int (charCode)
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      @Nick: Just cast it to char.
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    • great thank you very much!
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    • can i name this thing as a vector representation of text ?
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    I know the OP stated that their binary was in a String format but for the sake of completeness I thought I would add a solution to convert directly from a byte[] to an alphabetic String representation.

    As casablanca stated you basically need to obtain the numerical representation of the alphabetic character. If you are trying to convert anything longer than a single character it will probably come as a byte[] and instead of converting that to a string and then using a for loop to append the characters of each byte you can use ByteBuffer and CharBuffer to do the lifting for you:

    public static String bytesToAlphabeticString(byte[] bytes) CharBuffer cb = ByteBuffer.wrap(bytes).asCharBuffer(); return cb.toString();

    N.B. Uses UTF char set

    Alternatively using the String constructor:

    String text = new String(bytes, 0, bytes.length, "ASCII");

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    This is my one (Working fine on Java 8):

    String input = "01110100"; // Binary input as String
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder(); // Some place to store the chars
    Arrays.stream( // Create a Stream input.split("(?<=\\G.8)") // Splits the input string into 8-char-sections (Since a char has 8 bits = 1 byte)
    ).forEach(s -> // Go through each 8-char-section... sb.append((char) Integer.parseInt(s, 2)) // ...and turn it into an int and then to a char
    );
    String output = sb.toString(); // Output text (t)

    and the compressed method printing to console:

    Arrays.stream(input.split("(?<=\\G.8)")).forEach(s -> System.out.print((char) Integer.parseInt(s, 2)));
    System.out.print('\n');

    I am sure there are “better” ways to do this but this is the smallest one you can probably get.

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    Here is the answer.

    private String[] splitByNumber(String s, int size) return s.split("(?<=\\G."+size+")");

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    The other way around (Where “info” is the input text and “s” the binary version of it)

    byte[] bytes = info.getBytes();
    BigInteger bi = new BigInteger(bytes);
    String s = bi.toString(2); 

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    Look at the parseInt function. You may also need a cast and the Character.toString function.

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      It takes a lot of courage to resign from a certain position and discuss your exit with your supervisor or the HR. Don’t get stressed thinking about your last days in the company. This is not an anxiety-inducing experience; in fact this time will be productive for both you and your employer if taken the right route. It is always a good idea to leave the organization on a positive note and your exit interview can play a huge part in doing so.

      Generally, an exit interview is a part of the exit process in which a dialogue between the employee who has put down his papers and the Human Resources Manager is held. The idea behind this conversation is to receive a constructive feedback from the employee, regarding the work environment, reasons for resignation or any other aspects of the company.

      You cannot decide what should be the right or the wrong way to have a conversation during the exit interview. If you want to leave the company on a positive note and have a cordial relationship with your supervisor and colleagues, it is always better to focus more on the positives. Here are some of the exit interview questions and their answers which won’t burn the bridges between your existing employers and you.

      Also Read – An Exit Interview With Your Employees: Why And How To Go About It?

       

      Common Exit Interview Questions You’ll Be Asked

       

      1. Why are you leaving the company? 

      You saw that coming, right… This is the most common question asked of those who have resigned. Take this as an opportunity to tell the employers the things you learned at the company and also what were your expectations from the job and your compensation structure. Tell them how you want to add to your skills and salary, and take the next move.

       

      2. Under what circumstances, would you consider returning to the company?

      Every company strives to put the right people in the right jobs. It is not unusual for the professionals to return to a position with their former employer. If you are asked any such question, you can tell them if the opportunity is great and if it pays well, then you can surely think of coming back. Never say anything that may close a potential door for you.

       

      3. What do you value about the company?

      Let’s face it, we all thrive for good wages, job security and promotion opportunities. However you need to cite these reasons in a professional way, you can say –

      ‘I loved working here and the company has offered me the best opportunities to grow as a professional. I am in awe of this living and breathing organization that relentlessly works towards making their customers’ as well as the employee’s lives better.’

       

      4. Do you have any advice for us on how we can improve our management?

      You don’t want to teach how a corporate workplace is managed, isn’t it? But it’s always a good idea to share some insights and make it a two-way conversation.

      Try these –

      ‘I had a good manager who worked towards this goal; I hope every manager works this way.’

      ‘Well, it will be interesting to see how the works are being streamlined and how the resources are utilized in the most efficient ways.’

      ‘You can take out some time to build relationships with both employees and clients.’

       

      5. What did you like the most about your job?

      Highlight the positives. You can here say that – ‘My manager provided me the opportunity to work directly with clients and come up with solutions to save time. I also liked working with teams across the company and learn new things every day.’

       

      6. Did you like working with your immediate manager?

      Never badmouth anyone. Even if you did not have a good experience with your manager or someone in the team, focus on the positives. Say – ‘Yes, it was a very good experience working with <Manager’s name>. She/he is a great team leader and supported in my growth in all aspects. She/he offered me all the opportunities to prove myself and work independently.’

       
      7. Can we retain you?

      Well, you need to be honest if this question comes up. You can say – ‘I think, no! The reasons why I am changing my job is that I like to challenge myself professionally and learn something new. It was great working with such great business leaders here.’

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      When i turned kantipur , while i was watching tv, this beautiful girl was saying the english news.

      After watching her I threw away my remote control. I couldnot change to another channel! Damn she was so hot!
      Although I couldnot get her name i have clicked some photos of her. I am trying to get her name when the english news comes. Do anyone of you know her name and other information. If so please leave a comment. I am trying to collect all the information about her.

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      1. Ramesh

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        October 4, 2010 at 11:50 AM

        Aajkal news reader pani khatra khatra rakhna thalya cha kantipur le.Pahile simrika ani yo.


      2. ullash simpson

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        December 14, 2010 at 8:43 PM

        i just watch news to see her….she just take my herat away…….


      3. Anonymous

        says:

        January 10, 2011 at 12:05 PM

        same here so can anybody suggest me her name


      4. rahul

        says:

        January 13, 2011 at 3:01 AM

        same here, i only know she is mba student of ace college,she is beautiful only some defect on her eye


      5. rahul

        says:

        January 13, 2011 at 3:08 AM

        i only want to say three word;anything for you


      6. Anonymous

        says:

        January 16, 2011 at 8:31 PM

        most gorgeous reader I ever see. Damn I watched the news till the end just to get her name but neither she told her name nor they typed.
        I really love her.


      7. Anonymous

        says:

        January 28, 2011 at 11:19 AM

        Her name is PALLAVI SUBBA(LIMBU)


      8. PaijAzu

        says:

        January 30, 2011 at 5:06 PM

        Watch here She says her name in at the beginning… http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=189802794379960


      9. PaijAzu

        says:

        January 30, 2011 at 5:14 PM

        By the way I was searching for some Nepali Instrumental Music Like in this Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YA6H5T3L4I

        And one click on mouse take me here….!!


      10. PaijAzu

        says:

        January 30, 2011 at 5:15 PM

        Her Name is Pravina Thapa or Prabina Thapa…!!!!
        But why do you want to know her name…?


      11. PaijAzu

        says:

        January 30, 2011 at 5:18 PM

        Please Follow My Blog If you Like…!!!
        Thank You..!!


      12. Anonymous

        says:

        May 1, 2011 at 10:46 AM

        hey her name is prabina thapa magr.she used to be my neighbour nest to my house.i saw her when i was in grade .she used to be in 9.we used to look at each other,but we never talkd.i had a crush on her and i know c had for me as well.then after when i was in high school,she studied in lincoln school,then after she became miss teen 2003.wow made me happy thou.then she took off to us for further studies then some year after she came back.now she lives lil far away from my house,cant tell you that.she got this awsum tatoo on her left arm.i saw it when she was in grde 9.lol.she is my first crush u know.you canshe her pic on hodin boards in yellow kurta tryin to grab the glove.(montessori)well she works in u.n. i guess.well thats it.. lastly hey guys she is like a paradise,you can only feel that moment in ur life,and when you really feel it,it last forever.


      13. Anonymous

        says:

        May 1, 2011 at 11:08 AM

        P.S. she got this really strick personality and I think she is not a easy girl.U gota have those hype or u really got2 be gudlukin like me hahaha.God Bless her wherever c is now.. adios


      14. Anonymous

        says:

        May 28, 2011 at 8:58 AM

        Dear Anonymous,
        The above information’s are true. please get in touch if possible
        anonymous 1
        ([email protected])


      15. Sanjiv

        says:

        June 1, 2011 at 2:23 AM

        Her name Pravina thapa


      16. bidhan

        says:

        June 25, 2011 at 12:16 AM

        Thanks to all of you for your comments and information. I have collected what I can about Pravina and have made another post. Please check it out. http://wearenepali.blogspot.com/2011/06/pravina-thapa-kantipur-news-reader.html


      17. Anonymous

        says:

        July 6, 2011 at 6:04 PM

        dude!! i felt the same….. c is the most gorgeous n hot news reader………. of Nepal……….


      18. Anonymous

        says:

        September 7, 2011 at 8:29 PM

        leave her alone – u hyenas/coyotes.
        as a magar myself i wish she would tie knot with magar only – the most backward class of nepal.
        so stop prying into her life u wannabes … or she would slit ur throat with sirupate.
        LOSERS.


      19. sudil panta

        says:

        October 31, 2015 at 9:10 AM

        News reader ma vacancy khali hudeyna …???I’m also interested.


      20. sudil panta

        says:

        October 31, 2015 at 9:11 AM

        News reader ma vacancy khali hudeyna …???I’m also interested.


      21. sudil panta

        says:

        October 31, 2015 at 9:11 AM

        News reader ma vacancy khali hudeyna …???I’m also interested.

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      juledos

      Alumni May 16 | [39] HL: 665 SL: 766 | +3

      34 points · 2 years ago

      "Discuss the domestic policy of Hoover during the Great Depression"

      Do nothing, mostly.

      level 2

      SteroidSurge

      Alumni | [31] Fuck me right?

      6 points · 2 years ago

      Haha I almost chose this one, but couldn't think of arguments to make other than the fact that he did nothing

      level 2

      NachoCheese98

      3 points · 2 years ago

      Hahaha that was essentially my essay

      level 1

      horsesoda

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      19 points · 2 years ago

      I went in to this paper the most scared I had ever been during these exams. Funnily enough, I came out feeling the best I have so far.

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      SilverStag88

      Alumnus | [31] EE: B

      8 points · 2 years ago

      No idea how I did. I basically argued against each question I chose.

      level 2

      CyanYoshiMC

      6 points · 2 years ago

      Same. The questions about WWI and WWII were really hard to agree with so I ended up counter arguing everything ahah

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      [deleted]

      6 points · 2 years ago

      Causes of WWI was a mess. I tried to argue that the diplomatic crises were partly just symptoms of the greater issues of Balkan Nationalism, Imperialism and the Alliance system. Fell a bit flat and I didn't get the last paragraph in. Other essays were okay though.

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      C4D3NZA

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      1 point · 2 years ago

      I turned it into a direct comparison between the diplomatic crises and the alliance system, and argued that those were the two main causes but the alliance system was more important? Basically I was like "militarism, diplomatic crises and imperialism only increased tensions in europe, and balkan nationalism was only responsible for the spark which wouldnt have meant anything if not for the alliance system." idk if that was good

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      1 point · 2 years ago

      Sounds fine if you had evidence. I tried to say that the Moroccan crises were expressions of tension between the Alliances, particularly Germany testing the unity of the Entente because of anxiety about 'encirclement'. And then how the crises in the Balkans were symptoms of the threat of Balkan nationalism to Austria-Hungary, which fueled her conflict with Russia. So I made a half-assed argument that the diplomatic crises did increase tensions and made the countries more eager to act violently, but they were also the results of broader, longer-standing issues. I was going to say the crisis following Sarajevo (outside the stated time frame) was more important as a spark, and that mobilisation was more important in actually starting a European war (as per Taylor's 'War by Timetables'), but I didn't have time. Now I'm wishing I chose the German Confederation 1830s-40s thing, which I learned 2 days before the test.

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      C4D3NZA

      Alumni M16 | 35

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I don't know if I had evidence. honestly I can't remember anything about that paper except that none of the stuff I studied was on there. I hope I got a 5 but I'll settle for a 4

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      1 point · 2 years ago

      They are supposed to be lenient with the markschemes on Paper 3, so it will probably be fine.

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      C4D3NZA

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      1 point · 2 years ago

      My paper 2 was also bad though… But as long as I pass I'll be fine, I did better than I expected to do in English and Chem so I should be able to make up some points there. Plus my IA was good

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      SilverStag88

      Alumnus | [31] EE: B

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Yeah lol hopefully they count that as challenging the question and not writing off topic.

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      NachoCheese98

      7 points · 2 years ago

      The very last question on History of Americas TZ1 was sooo clutch… It was about how technological development affected pop culture between 1980-2000. Don't even need history class for that one. We didn't even study that unit in class but I had fun with that prompt haha

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      mylies43

      1 point · 2 years ago

      If it was to like 2010 I would have done it, but it seemed like a fun prompt.

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      mazibs

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      7 points · 2 years ago

      TZ2 here. I studied Russia only and for this paper I felt it was friendly. A Tsar Alex II/III question and the Bolshevik Revolution. Woah IB never knew you were so nice.

      I picked Stalin's foreign policy for the third question – but its probably the last thing I remember so I talked about inconsistency between participation in Spanish Civil War and Nazi – Soviet Pact. It was a rushed essay lacking depth so i'll be happy with a low 4 for that question.

      Overall, I glad i answered every question…now for university history.

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      Dre_J

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      1 point · 2 years ago

      Crap. I'm quite sure I totally screwed up the Stalin's foreign relations question… How could I forget the Spanish Civil War and the Chinese Civil War, and just talk about the Comintern and Germany/Nazism? Hopefully my other two essays on causes of WWI and Bolshevik Revolution will still make 7 a faint possibility.

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      mazibs

      Alumni | [obtenu 30points]

      1 point · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

      i hope the examiners understand the time constraints, you just can't think about and write everything you know within 45 mins. I missed out the opportunity to talk about Chinese Civil cause of that.

      Besides the foreign policy question was hardest cause you had to figure out a thesis to argue upon. They didn't prove you a prompt unlike the previous two

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      Dre_J

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      1 point · 2 years ago

      For sure. Just "examine"? Seems like it'll be either a hit or miss. Time constraints gets even worse if that's the last essay you write, as there is a limit for how long you're able to fully concentrate.

      But writing two good essays could score me 15 marks on each, which means I only need 8 marks on the last one for a 7. Haha. 38 out of 60 marks sounds very doable. That's why I don't understand why only 3% got a 7 in history last year. Must be some very strict marking.

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      mazibs

      Alumni | [obtenu 30points]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      apparently it is dude. idk what to say but our teacher stays in contact with IB historian forums and alumnus – and she says the pattern for marks is that 16marks is the highest point the've seen. I don't know whether to believe her as she's only started teaching IB History this year – but she is very professional

      level 6

      Dre_J

      Alumni

      3 points · 2 years ago

      Sheet. What's the point of having such high standards for 17-20 if no one can achieve them? Me and some classmates were joking about history examiners mistaking IB meaning International Bachelor. Seems like it's true.

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      srosemary5by5

      Alumni | [2016]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Same! I did both Imperial Russia & Revolutions questions – they were quite nice, though I argued a lot with the Tsar Alex II & III one. Hopefully they'll count it as challenging the question. and then…. I wrote a disastrous essay on British policy in Palestine in which I ran out of formal ways to say "it sucked and everyone hated them." icky questions in the middle east topics….

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      Alessx17

      Alumni 2016 | 43, Failed easiest subjects nice

      2 points · 2 years ago

      This exam was freelo ty based IB.

      level 2

      [deleted]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Had to look up what freelo meant since I don't play LOL. Yeah they gave good options, for my timezone at least

      level 3

      Alessx17

      Alumni 2016 | 43, Failed easiest subjects nice

      4 points · 2 years ago

      Hehe :> TZ2? My class had like 5-6 questions that were all pretty easy and doable, we all hugged our history teacher afterwards 😀

      level 4

      [deleted]

      3 points · 2 years ago

      I don't even know my timezone, lol. I meant route. Are there timezones for History P3? TIL.

      level 5

      Alessx17

      Alumni 2016 | 43, Failed easiest subjects nice

      1 point · 2 years ago

      You're right, it's my bad completely. Was it Europe-ME route?

      level 6

      [deleted]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Yep. I was glad about Weimar (having missed it from Paper 2). I don't know why but it seems to be the easiest topic for a lot of people.

      level 7

      Alessx17

      Alumni 2016 | 43, Failed easiest subjects nice

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Yeah same :D. I guess since you learn it for Hitler RTP as well, which is a common and popular topic, everyone just has it drilled into them really well. Was super happy about course of WWI as well; easiest essay on the syllabus (that my school teaches) imo.

      level 1

      SteroidSurge

      Alumni | [31] Fuck me right?

      2 points · 2 years ago

      Came into this test, super worried, left it happier than ever…

      I took the Americas one and chose question 4, which spoke about how if new nations helped the economic and social conditions of one or more social groups, question 8, which spoke about the successes and failures of Theodore Roosevelt, and question 11, which said Zapata was more revolutionary than Villa. Anyone else choose those? Sooooooo happy

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      FosterKid10

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I answered question 11 ahhaha I actually felt lost when I was writing it .

      level 1

      smsm98

      2 points · 2 years ago

      The Asia's anyone?

      level 1

      justinlee459

      2 points · 2 years ago

      Anyone did the Asia papers for P3?

      level 1

      AngryCharizard

      Alumni 2016 | [34] HL: 655 SL:565 EE:B TOK:B

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Americas here. Did the R.B. Bennett during the Great Depression in Canada, minorities during WWII and the impacts of the Vietnam War within the US.

      I feel like I didn't know any effects on minorities other than Japanese people for WWII, though.

      level 2

      jtface

      1 point · 2 years ago

      The America section was really easy this time

      level 1

      [deleted]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Route 2, learned the French Revolution a day before the exam and chose a question on it. I think it was fine, it had historiography and structured arguments. Also, fuck yeah Weimar.

      Didn't finish the last one though. :/

      level 2

      Joni80

      Alumni | [2016 | 33]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I also did the same ones, but I didn't like the wording of the weimar question, as it was outlining that the democracy in germany collapsed forever, yet I think it should have said the collapse of democracy of the weimar republic, but it wasn't such a big thing.

      level 3

      [deleted]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      The dates that they gave you seem to indicate that they are only talking about the Weimar Republic.

      level 1

      MaestroChef

      1 point · 2 years ago

      The exam was super nice, I had 4 questions that I could have done. Ended up doing Bennett and Brail GD questions and the Civil Rights movement question.

      level 1

      masterrchef

      Alumni | [July, here I come! HL English, Chem, History]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I read "Stalin's foreign policy until 1941" and suddenly couldn't remember anything he did before WWII. Luckily, I wrote that essay last and after breezing through the Tsars and the October revolution questions, it all came back to me.

      Maybe "all" is a strong word…

      level 2

      blindwookie

      Alumni | [29]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Wait you did both the TSar and the October revolution questions?

      level 1

      [deleted]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I managed to write 3 essays on Cuba using 2,18, and 19. The essays were all pretty similar too…

      level 1

      mylies43

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Did anyone else do the one about the slaves in the civil war not achieving anything after it? Or Villa vs Zapata? Or even how successful were civil right tactics?

      level 2

      keymaster1027

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I did the one about the Civil War not achieving anything. I felt like my essay was pretty good.

      level 3

      mylies43

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I thought mine was pretty good as well, I talked about what the slaves did during the war, how immediately after it was basically the same, and how the achievements of the slaves weren't fully realised until the civil rights movement.What did you have?

      level 4

      keymaster1027

      2 points · 2 years ago

      I talked about how much hadn't changed either. Basically how all the amendments (13,14,and 15) were countered by sharecropping, Jim Crow Laws/Black codes, and poll taxes/literacy test. But I also talked about how you began to see Black congressmen. And how they facilitated the future Civil Rights Movements. Basically, I concluded with how change didn't happen over night, but change did come as a result.

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      ChowHound37

      Year 2 | HL: Lang/Lit, History, Econ; SL: Studies, ESS, Chinese

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Damn, the Asia/Oceania paper was full of surprises this time. I did the questions on the 10/10 Revolution, Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong, but it was interesting to see the questions that appeared under their respective sections. I certainly didn't expect to see one about the early decline of the Qing before the Opium War, nor one on Jiang Zemin, which was literally the only unit we hadn't done in class since we ran out of time.

      level 2

      Dhawan24

      1 point · 2 years ago

      Pretty solid paper, i did the 10/10 (basically Sun Yat Sen), Mao and Partition of India. For Mao what did you talk about? Mine was kind of random like successes and failure of Cutural rev/ Great Leap/ 100 flowers etc. I was like he was successful with implementing his ideology and power etc but failed to industrialise china

      level 3

      ChowHound37

      Year 2 | HL: Lang/Lit, History, Econ; SL: Studies, ESS, Chinese

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I talked about the successes and failures based on the various goals Mao and the CCP outlined over his tenure. So I basically spoke of the early reforms, First Five-Year Plan, Korean War and re-establishing unity and stability as successes, while the Hundred Flowers, GLF and Cultural Revolution were failures, although I did point out that there are differing views on the Hundred Flowers but mostly stuck to the view that it was a well-intentioned program gone horribly wrong that led Mao to roll back.

      level 1

      Alexanderedde

      1 point · 2 years ago

      On the Wiemar question about political division bringing about the end of democracy in German, I wrote that political unity between the conservative right and the Nazis was what brought down democracy, as well as the disunity of the KPD and the SPD.

      level 2

      [deleted]

      1 point · 2 years ago

      I wanted to talk about disunity in the Left (pretty much always an issue throughout history tbh), but then I realised the revolutionary KPD was against the Republic as well, so it might be considered a threat to the democracy, at least to the current parliamentary system. I instead opted for divisions in the Grand Coalition, breaking it down (SPD leaving over the question of unemployment benefits), and greater divisions between the political left and right, relating to nationalists/army/property-owners' fear of communism especially. My point was that divisions existed but they only led to instability in a time of extreme economic crisis, undermining the efficacy of democratic institutions and polarising the right/left.

      level 3

      Alexanderedde

      2 points · 2 years ago

      I mentioned something similar in talking about the breakdown of the muller coaltion. But i mentioned that political division was only present because of economic issues, the Great Depression. So my essay was a little all over the place talking about different scenarios.

      level 4

      [deleted]

      2 points · 2 years ago

      I did basically the same thing. There were political differences, but these did not cause any breakdown of democracy until the economy went nuts. First because the government lost its majority and resorted to Article 48 abuse, then because it disillusioned the public, giving extremist opposition parties more support (esp. Hitler).

      level 1

      FosterKid10

      1 point · 2 years ago

      That moment when most of your mates of the IB says that History paper 3 was easy…but you and your classmates agreed that it was rapist:A

      level 1

      Comment deleted 2 years ago ( 1 child )
      level 2

      SilverStag88

      Alumnus | [31] EE: B

      2 points · 2 years ago

      Did your coordinator start giving you dirty looks when you asked for more paper?

      level 1

      sarahle18

      Alumni | [38 | Forever done with this]

      -3 points · 2 years ago

      TZ2 here as well. TBH I don't understand why people are always so stressed about history exams…I didn't study that much for it because here in Germany we already wrote our finals and I've got History HL in the German Abitur as well, so basically the only thing I did for all three history exams was to revise the day before what we already did in German history class, e.g. National Socialism, German and Italian unification, WWI and WWII 😀 Didn't really stress about this one, I think/hope it went pretty well since there were appx. five questions I could have answered even without any revision before, but that was the case for the rest of my class too ^

      level 2

      [deleted]

      3 points · 2 years ago

      History can be a pain and statistically it appears difficult to get a 7. But this time around was alright; I've had practice exams more stressful than the finals. For some reason German topics are just easier too. Bismarck, Weimar Republic, Hitler, even Cold War-type questions on the division and reunification of Germany are not so bad.

      level 3

      Comment deleted 2 years ago
      level 4

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      1 point · 2 years ago

      All I could think of was the political dominance and conservatism of Austria (against Prussian national liberalism) through laws that allowed Austrian control and censorship of the press etc., and on the other hand, Austria's exclusion from the Zollverein, which allowed Prussia to emerge as the strongest state economically via massive customs revenue and infrastructural projects. I decided to give it a miss because I couldn't think of much detail for Austrian dominance.

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      3. United States Civil War: causes, course and effects 1840-77
      This section focuses on the United States Civil War between the North and the South (1861-5), which is often
      perceived as the great watershed in the history of the United States. It transformed the country forever: slavery
      disappeared following Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and the Northern success marked a victory for the
      proponents of strong central power over the supporters of states’ rights. It marked the beginnings of further
      westward expansion and transformed United States’ society by accelerating industrialization and modernization in
      the North and largely destroying the plantation system in the South. The war left the country with a new set of
      problems: how would the South rebuild its society and economy and what would be the place in that society of 4
      million freed African Americans? These changes were fundamental, leading some historians to see the war (and its
      results) as a “second American Revolution”.
      • Cotton economy and slavery; conditions of enslavement; adaptation and resistance such as the
      Underground Railroad
      • Origins of the Civil War: political issues, states’ rights, modernization, sectionalism, the nullification
      crisis, economic differences between North and South
      • Abolitionist debate: ideologies and arguments for and against slavery and their impact
      • Reasons for, and effects of, westward expansion and the sectional debates; the crisis of the
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      of Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation; Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy
      • Union versus Confederate: strengths and weaknesses; economic resources; significance of leaders during
      the US Civil War (suitable examples could be Grant and Lee, Sherman and Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall”
      Jackson)
      • Major battles of the Civil War and their impact on the conflict: Antietam and Gettysburg; the role of
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      • Reconstruction: economic, social and political successes and failures; economic expansion
      • African Americans in the Civil War and in the New South: legal issues; the Black Codes; Jim Crow Laws
      1. Why was it possible for the North and the South in the United States to reach a compromise on the issue of
      slavery expansion in 1820 and 1850 but not in 1860? (1985)
      2. Assess the importance of slavery as a cause of the American Civil War. (1987)
      3. Discuss the significance of the following relationship between North and South in the period 1820-1860:
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      4. Were the causes of the American Civil War primarily
      political, social, or economic?
      (1989)
      5. “The surprising fact is not that the Confederacy lost the American Civil War but that it survived as long as it did.”
      Discuss. (1990)
      6. What were the main political results of the Civil War in the United States? (Nov 1991)
      7. What were the political issues underlying the American Civil War? (1991)
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      1484 Camp Road, Charleston SC, 29412 | Charleston 01 | 843-762-2784

      • grades
        6-8
      • students
        345
      • magnet
        No
      • charter
        No
      • title I
        Yes
      • title 1
        Yes

      PROFICIENCY

      44%

      6% lower than state average

      School Rankings

      • Ranked #31 of 81 in Charleston 01
      • Ranked #14 of 34 in Charleston
      • Ranked #534 of 1248 in South Carolina

      Proficiency Averages

      45%Charleston 01
      48%Charleston
      46%South Carolina

      James Island Middle School is a school servicing grades 6 to 8 and is located in the district of “Charleston 01” in Charleston, SC.
      There are a total of 345 students and 24 teachers at James Island Middle School, for a student to teacher ratio of 15 to 1.
      There are a total of 144 free lunch students and 36 reduced lunch students.

      James Island Middle School has an average proficiency test score (in mathematics and languages) of 43.5%,
      which is 6% lower than the South Carolina average.

      Academics

      Students/Teachers
      Students345
      Teachers24
      Student/Teacher ratio15:1
      Free lunch144
      Reduced lunch36

       

      Advanced Placement
      AP enrollmentn/a
      Taking some coursesn/a
      Taking some courses (not tests)n/a
      Passing some coursesn/a
      Passing no coursesn/a

      Advanced placement (AP) is a program that offers high school students the ability to take college level courses and exams.
      These programs were created to be at the same level of most first year university courses. If the students were successful in the AP programs, they could potentially receive advanced placement, credit or exemptions when they go on to university.
      At James Island Middle School, there are a total of n/a students enrolled in advanced placement courses, with n/a taking some courses.

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      Proficiency in mathematics by grade

      GradeProficiency
      All47%
      3n/a
      4n/a
      5n/a
      665-69%
      740-44%
      830-34%
      High Schooln/a

      Proficiency in languages by grade

      GradeProficiency
      All40%
      3n/a
      4n/a
      5n/a
      635-39%
      725-29%
      855-59%
      High Schooln/a

      The proficiency in math and languages tables represent the percentage of students that scored at or above the proficiency level on their standardized state assessment tests. Although these tests are standardized within each state, the tests may vary from state to state. Comparing the results of one state to another may not always be an accurate or fair comparison.

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      James Island Middle School race/ethnicity breakdown

      RaceSchoolDistrictSouth CarolinaNational
      Caucasian54.7%46.2%52.7%51.1%
      African American37.7%42.0%34.8%15.9%
      Asian1.1%1.5%1.5%4.7%
      Hispanic or Latino2.8%7.6%7.4%23.6%
      American Indian and Alaskan1.1%0.2%0.4%1.2%
      Hawaiian0.6%0.2%0.2%0.4%
      Multiracial2.0%2.4%3.0%3.1%

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      James Island Charter High 91%1.6Charleston, SC
      Harbor View Elementary 68%1.6Charleston, SC
      Stiles Point Elementary 66%2.0Charleston, SC
      Murray Lasaine Elementary 32%2.1Charleston, SC
      James Island Elementary 43%2.3Charleston, SC
      Memminger Elementary 12%3.6Charleston, SC
      Charleston Development Academy 37%4.0Charleston, SC
      Buist Academy 89%4.1Charleston, SC
      Burke High 32%4.2Charleston, SC
      Charleston Progressive 30%4.2Charleston, SC
      Mitchell Elementary 25%4.3Charleston, SC
      Stono Park Elementary 35%4.5Charleston, SC

      Charleston demographics profile

      StatisticCharlestonSouth CarolinaNational
      Population129,8884,834,605318,558,162
      Population density (sq mi)1,19114891
      Median age34.038.837.7
      Male/Female ratio0.9:10.9:11.0:1
      Married (15yrs & older)46%56%55%
      Speak English95%93%79%
      Speak Spanish2%4%13%

      Education level achieved in Charleston

      IndexCharlestonSouth CarolinaNational
      Completed 8th grade92.7%83.0%84.3%
      Completed high school92.2%81.6%83.0%
      Completed some college76.7%56.6%59.4%
      Completed associate degree58.2%35.6%38.5%
      Completed bachelors50.2%26.5%30.3%
      Completed masters18.8%9.6%11.5%
      Completed professional degree6.9%2.5%3.3%
      Completed doctorate2.3%1.1%1.3%

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