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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 3-1 Programming Logic and Design, 8th Edition Chapter 3 Review Questions 1. Snarled program logic is called _____ code. a. snake b. string c. spaghetti d. gnarly 2. The three structures of structured programming are _____. a. sequence, selection, and loop b. selection, loop, and iteration c. sequence, order, and process d. if, else, and then 3. A sequence structure can contain _____. 4. Which of the following is not another term for a selection structure? 5. The structure that tests a condition, takes action if the result is true, and then
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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 3-2 tests the condition again can be called all of the following except a(n) _____.a. iteration b. loop c. repetition d. if-then-else 6. Placing a structure within another structure is called _____ the structures. 7. Attaching structures end to end is called _____. a. stacking b. untangling c. building d. nesting 8. When an action is required when a condition is true, but no action is needed if it is false, you use a _____. 9. To take action as long as a condition remains true, you use a _____.
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Programming Logic and Design, 8e Solutions 3-3 10. When you must perform one action when a condition is true and a different one when it is false, you use a _____. 11. Which of the following attributes do all three basic structures share? a. Their flowcharts all contain exactly three processing symbols. b. They all have one entry and one exit point. c. They all contain a decision. d. They all begin with a process. 12. Which is true of stacking structures? 13. When you input data in a loop within a program, the input statement that precedes the loop _____.
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  • Fall '15
  • Control flow, Programming paradigm, B., 90 degrees

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