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Enter the appropriate word(s) to complete the statement. 1. When you draw a flowchart, you use a(n) ___Parallelogram_________________ to represent the input symbol, which indicates an input operation. 2. Whole number variables are known as _____Integer_______________ variables. 3. A(n) ________debugging____________ programmer would approach a problem by dividing the process into manageable subtasks. 4. Declaring a starting value is known as ___Initializing ____________ the variable. 5. ________Housekeeping___________ tasks include any steps you must perform at the beginning of a program to get ready for the rest of the program. 6. A(n) _______pseudocode_____________ is the sequence of steps necessary to solve any problem. 7. A preselected value that stops the execution of a program is often called a(n) ________dummy____________ value because it does not represent real data. 8. When instructions are carried out, a program runs, or _______executes_____________. 9. Each programming language has a few reserved _______Keywords _____________ that are not allowed as variable names because they are part of the language’s syntax. 10. Program _____comments______________ are written explanations that are not part of the program logic but that serve as documentation for readers of the program. Indicate the answer choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 11. The major difference between the two main programming styles in use today is the __a__. a. use of flowcharts versus pseudocode b. testing procedure used by the programmer c. programmer’s focus during the earliest planning stages of a project d. programming language used
12. In a flowchart, an __b__ is most often represented by a three-sided box that is connected to the step it references by a dashed line.
annotation symbol c. abbreviation symbol d. enumeration symbol 13. A variable’s unknown value is commonly called __d__.

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