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quiz1_001_sol - CS 010 Intro to Computer Science I Quiz 1...

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CS 010 – Intro to Computer Science I Fall - 2007 Quiz 1 – Thursday October 4th: Section 001 SOLUTION Each question is worth 1 point. 1. In a computer language, syntax is: a. the range of allowed data types in the language. b. the rules of grammar of the language. c. the flow of logic in a program. d. the output of the compiler. e. the formal statement of the original problem. 2. Binary codes can be used to represent: a. integers only b. integers and characters only c. integers, characters and instructions only d. floating point numbers, integers, characters and instructions only e. any representable information 3. The process of compilation of a High Level Language program begins with: a. Loading the machine language code into memory and passing control to the first instruction. b. Passing the source code to the compiler. c. Passing the object file to the linker. d. Passing the assembly language code to the compiler e. Running the executable image. 4.
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