INFS 310 Sample Midterm

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INFS 310: Midterm Sample Examination page 1 of 4 GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY INFS 310 Name _____________________________________ Professor R. Baum Total No. Points: 200 MIDTERM EXAMINATION CLOSED BOOK Answer question (1) (all parts) on your SCAN-TRON form. Answer the remaining questions on this examination copy. [75] (1) Please select the best answer, and mark the corresponding answer on the SCAN-TRON sheet. Make sure the number of the response corresponds to the question number. Use a #2 pencil – if ink is used, the SCAN-TRON will not be graded. Please put your name on the SCAN-TRON form. If any corrections are made, be certain the erasure is complete. NOTE: each question is worth 3 points. TRUE-FALSE If your answer is true, shade “T” on the SCAN-TRON sheet; if FALSE, shade “F”. (1) Visual Basic uses pass-by-reference as the default method for parameter passing. (2) Pass-by-value is more efficient to use than pass-by-reference. (3) A variable in VB contains no specific value until it is assigned a value. (4) The VB declaration “Dim str(6) As String” specifies that str is a string of 6 characters. (5)
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course INFS 310 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at George Mason.

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