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Ch01_Questions - C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to...

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1. a. non-volatile, not lost, volatile 2. b. 4 3. c. 26 4. c. CPU 5. d. 00001011 6. a. Unicode 7. d. CPU 8. e. Logic 9. d. compiler 10. b. design the solution before coding 11. a. Analysis 12. d. iterative development 13. e. none of the above 14. a. maintenance 15. d. desk-check the solution C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design , 2nd edition ISBN 1423901460 Chapter 1 Doyle: C#, 2nd edition ISBN 1423901460 Page 1-1
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16. a. attributes or characteristics 17. e. encapsulation. 18. e. million, thousand, billion 19. e. All of the above. 20. e. C# provides an easy way to create graphical interfaces. 21. During analysis you review the problem specifications and make sure you understand the problem definition. You should look at what the desired output is in terms of what needs to be displayed, saved or printed. It may be helpful to see sample input for each of the data items. If specifications are ambiguous or need clarification, ask questions. During analysis you should try to have a
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