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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 12- Programming Logic and Design, 8th Edition Chapter 12 Review Questions 1. Compared to using a command line, an advantage to using an operating system that employs a GUI is ___________. a. you can interact directly with the operating system b. you do not have to deal with confusing icons c. you do not have to memorize complicated commands d. all of the above 2. When users can initiate actions by clicking the mouse on an icon, the program is ___________-driven. 3. A component from which an event is generated is the ___________ of the event. 4. An object that responds to an event is a ___________. 5. All of the following are user-initiated events except a ___________. a. key press b. key drag c. right mouse click d. mouse drag 6. All of the following are typical GUI components except a ___________. 1
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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 12- 7. GUI components operate like ___________. 8. Which of the following is not a principle of good GUI design? 9. Which of the following aspects of a program that uses a GUI layout is most predictable and natural for the user? a. A menu bar runs down the right side of the screen. b. Help is the first option on a menu. c. A dollar sign icon represents saving a file. d. Pressing Esc allows the user to cancel a selection. 10. In most GUI programming environments, the programmer can change all of the following attributes of most components except their ___________. 11. Depending on the programming language used, you might ___________ to change a screen component’s attributes. 12. When you create an event-driven application, which of the following must be done before defining objects? 13. A ___________ is a sketch of a screen the user will see when running a program. a. flowchart b. hierarchy chart 2
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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 12- c. storyboard d. tale timber
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