Chapter 2:Working with Data, Creating Modules, and Designing High-Quality ProgramsTRUE/FALSE1.At any moment in time, a variable can hold more than one value.
PTS:1REF:422.The ability of variables to change in value is what makes computers and programming worthwhile.
PTS:1REF:423.In many programming languages, if you declare a variable and do not initialize it, the variable containsan unknown value until it is assigned a value.
PTS:1REF:444.Programmers generally write programs as one long series of steps.
PTS:1REF:525.Most modern programming languages require that program statements be placed in specific columns.
PTS:1REF:73MULTIPLE CHOICE1.When you write programs, you work with data in three different forms: ____.
PTS:1REF:422.In most programming languages, before you can use any variable, you must include a ____ for it.
PTS:1REF:433.The process of naming program variables and assigning a type to them is called ____ variables.
PTS:1REF:434.A variable’s unknown value is commonly called ____.a.initialc.deterministically randomb.defaultd.garbageANS: D