Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 295

Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 295 - 32. Explain what...

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268 Chapter 8 High-Level Programming Languages 28. How do the hwbNW and hkEbpO assembler directives in the Pep/7 assembly language differ from the declarations in high-level languages? 29. Distinguish between instructions to be translated and instructions to the translating program. 30. Consider the following identifiers: Address , ADDRESS , AddRess , Name , NAME , NamE . a. How many different identifiers are represented if the language is Ada? b. How many different identifiers are represented if the language is VB.NET? c. How many different identifiers are represented if the language is C++? 31. Differentiate between a variable and a named constant.
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Unformatted text preview: 32. Explain what is meant by stream input . 33. The example of stream input assumed that blanks were used to sepa-rate data items in the stream. Is a separator necessary? Justify your answer. 34. age , weight , and height are three integer variables and a read statement says to input them in that order. Given the following input stream (commas are separators), "cN#c Language Ada VB.NET C++ Java Comments End of statement Assignment statement Real data type Integer data type Beginning of declaration(s)...
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