if amt > 5000 msg = "Enough" else msg = "Low" end ifQuestion #4: Looking at the example above, if amt > 5000, what is done?
A) logic B) data C) development D) syntaxQuestion #8: Data that is stored in locations in memory are called ______________ ? An example would be storing the result of a calculation in memory.
A) alpha B) instructions C) variables D) variables and instructionsQuestion #9:When you test a compiled program/object program with data, you are looking for _______ errors?
A) syntax B) logic C) compilar D) both syntax and logic applyQuestion #10: Calculating an answer and storing it to a named memory location is using ____________ ?
A) comparison B) equal C) assignment D) compilingQuestion #10: True or False: You cannot execute a program to produce output if it has critical syntax errors.
A) string or character constant/literal B) numeric constant/literal C) variable names D) string or character or numeric constant/literalQuestion #13: The modules of the mainline logic of a typical procedural program are:
A) housekeeping, setup, initialization B) housekeeping, processing, looping C) housekeeping/setup, processing, wrapup D) setup, initializing, loopingQuestion #14: True or False: Giving a starting value to a variable is known as initializing the variable. The value in the variable can be changed as the program executes.
Question #16: What are the two things the + sign can mean?
a calculation stored in mygrade up on the screen?
Question #19: Which loop structure executes the loop code at least once?
Question #20: Which loop structure can be set up so that you may or may not enter the loop code?