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Chapter 7: File Handling and ApplicationsTRUE/FALSE1.Images and music are contained in binary files.PTS:1REF:258
2.When you copy data from RAM into a file on a storage device, you read to the file.PTS:1REF:262
3.The keyboard and printer are the default input and output devices.PTS:1REF:264
4.Programmers usually use the word “write” to mean “produce hard copy output.”PTS:1REF:266
5.To write a program that produces a report of employees by department number, the records must begrouped by department number before you begin processing.PTS:1REF:269
6.You can easily merge files even if each file contains a different record layout.PTS:1REF:273
7.You can merge more than two files.PTS:1REF:280
8.You update the transaction file with data from the master file.PTS:1REF:281
9.The terms “parent” and “child” can refer to file backup generations, but they are also used for adifferent purpose in object-oriented programming.PTS:1REF:282
10.Files in which records must be accessed immediately are sometimes called instant access files.PTS:1REF:290
MULTIPLE CHOICE1.A ____ is a collection of data stored on a nonvolatile device in a computer system.
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2.When you write a program that stores a value in a variable, you are using ____ storage.PTS:1REF:258
3.____ storage is not lost when a computer loses power.a.Temporaryc.Permanentb.Intermediated.VariableANS: CPTS:1REF:258
4.Files exist on ____ storage devices, such as hard disks, DVDs, USB drives, and reels of magnetic tape.PTS:1REF:258
5.The combination of the disk drive plus the complete hierarchy of directories in which a file resides isits ____.PTS:1REF:259
6.Directories and ____ are organization units on storage devices.PTS:1REF:259
7.____ is the more general term for an entity that organizes files.a.Folderc.Structureb.Pathd.DirectoryANS: DPTS:1REF:259

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