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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 1-1 Programming Logic and Design, 8th Edition Chapter 1 Review Questions 1. Computer programs also are known as _____. a. hardware b. software c. data d. information 2. The major computer operations include _____. 3. Visual Basic, C++, and Java are all examples of computer _____. a. operating systems b. hardware c. machine languages d. programming languages 4. A programming language’s rules are its _____. 5. The most important task of a compiler or interpreter is to _____.
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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 1-2 a. create the rules for a programming language b. translate English statements into a language such as Java c. translate programming language statements into machine language d. execute machine language programs to perform useful tasks 6. Which of the following is temporary, internal storage? 7. Which of the following pairs of steps in the programming process is in the correct order? a. code the program, plan the logic b. test the program, translate it into machine language c. put the program into production, understand the problem d. code the program, translate it into machine language 8. A programmer’s most important task before planning the logic of a program is to _____. 9. The two most commonly used tools for planning a program’s logic are _____.
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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 1-3 10. Writing a program in a language such as C++ or Java is known as _____ the program. 11. An English-like programming language such as Java or Visual Basic is a _____ programming language. a. machine-level b. low-level c. high-level d. binary-level 12. Which of the following is an example of a syntax error? 13. Which of the following is an example of a logical error?
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