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1. Relational operators allow you to ___________________ numbers. a. Add

1. Relational operators allow you to ___________________ numbers. a. Add b. Multiply c. Compare d. Average 2. This statement can cause other program statements to execute only under certain conditions. a. Conditional b. Decide c. If d. Execute 3. This is a Boolean variable that signals when a condition exists. a. Relational operator b. Flag c. Arithmetic operator d. Float 4. This statement is...

1. The _______________ of a recursive algorithm is the part

1. The _______________ of a recursive algorithm is the part in which a problem is solved directly, without further recursion. 2. The _______________ of a recursive algorithm is the part in which the problem is reduced in size. 3. The memory of a computer is formatted into a large _______________ to support recursive method calls. 4. The memory for each recursive method call is organized in a...

1. The ________________ window displays information about the classes, propertie

1. The ________________ window displays information about the classes, properties, methods, and events available to a project. 2. ________________ is an object-oriented programming feature that allows you to create new classes that derive characteristics of existing classes. 3. A(n) ________________ class is a general-purpose class on which other classes may be based. 4. A(n) ________________...

1. The _____________________ property determines how a Label control’s text

1. The _____________________ property determines how a Label control’s text is aligned. 2. A PictureBox control’s ________________________ property lists the name of the file containing the graphic image. 3. A PictureBox control’s ________________________ property determines how the graphic image will be positioned and scaled to fit the control’s bounding box. 4. When set to...

1. The ________________________ control allows you to capture input the

1. The ________________________ control allows you to capture input the user has typed on the keyboard. 2. __________________ is a commonly used prefix for TextBox control names. 3. ________________________ means that one string is appended to another. 4. The ________________________ character allows you to break a long statement into two or more lines of code. 5. The ________________________...

1. The job of the ___________________ is to fetch instructions,

1. The job of the ___________________ is to fetch instructions, carry out the operations commanded by the instructions, and produce some outcome or resultant information. 2. A(n) ___________________ is an example of a secondary storage device. 3. The two general categories of software are ___________________ and ___________________. 4. A program is a set of ___________________. 5. Since computers...

1. Two examples of collections whose elements are ordered by

1. Two examples of collections whose elements are ordered by numeric index position are ________ and ________. 2. A collection that supports access to elements in Last In First Out order is a(n) ________. 3. A collection that supports access to elements in First In First Out order is a(n) ________. 4. A(n) ________ is a collection that contains unique elements in no particular order. 5. ________...

1. What happens when a procedure finishes executing? a. The

1. What happens when a procedure finishes executing? a. The application branches back to the procedure call and resumes executing at the next line b. The application terminates c. The application waits for the user to trigger the next event d. The application enters break mode 2. In what way is a function different from a procedure? a. A procedure returns a value and a function does not b. A...

1. What is an advantage of a linked list over

1. What is an advantage of a linked list over an array? A. Linked lists take up less space per element B. Linked lists can grow dynamically to hold individual new elements without copying existing elements C. Linked lists are faster at finding a particular element than an array D. Linked lists can hold structures as elements 2. Which of the following statements is true? A. There is no reason to...

1. What is tail recursion? A. When you call your

1. What is tail recursion? A. When you call your dog B. When a function calls itself C. When a recursive function calls itself as the last thing it does before returning D. When you can write a recursive algorithm as a loop 2. When would you use recursion? A. When you can’t write the algorithm as a loop B. When it is more natural to express an algorithm in terms of a sub-problem than in terms...