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Unformatted text preview: 1. The popular name for "snarled statements" which contain complicated logic is: Managed Code Structured Code Visual Basic Code Spaghetti Code 2. Making sure your programs contain only combinations of the three structures (sequence, selection, and iteration) produces: Compiler errors Syntax errors Spaghetti code Structured code 3. Nesting structures means: placing one structure inside another structure attaching structures end-to-end using "go-to" statements to direct the path of your program None of the above 4. Single-Alternative If-structures are characterized by: a decision containing only one outcome a decision containing two outcomes a decision containing more than two outcomes a decision containing iteration in its false branch 5. An expression that represents only one of two states, usually true or false, is called a(n) _____ expression: iterative recursive self-referencing boolean 6. Which of the following statements would model the phrase "days overdue is greater than or equal to 20"?...
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- Fall '08
- Pseudo code, boolean data type