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Your results have been saved to the Universal Grade Book! 1 out of 20 correct Study Page: 680 1. An applet that runs on the server is called a(n) ____. a. servlet b. script c. pseudocode d. counter 2 out of 20 correct Study Page: 676 2. A(n) ____ typically consists of a report writer, form, and menu generator. a. macro recorder b. applet c. script d. application generator 3 out of 20 correct Study Page: 695 3. An error or event that causes the program to stop running is called a ____. a. logic error b. syntax error c. bug d. run-time error 4 out of 20 correct Study Page: 670 4. ____ is a set of technologies built on Sun's Java SE that allows programmers to develop and deploy large applications for organizations. a. Just-in-time (JIT) compiler b. Rapid application development (RAD) c. Java EE d. JavaScript 5 out of 20 correct Study Page: 691 5. The ____ symbol in a flowchart identifies the beginning or ending of a program. a. PROCESS b. TERMINAL c. CONNECTOR d. ANNOTATION
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6 out of 20 correct Study Page: 666 6. An assembly language ____ generates many machine language instructions for a single assembly language instruction. a. macro b. compiler c. interpreter d. pseudocode 7 out of 20 correct Study Page: 688 7. The programmer decomposes the main routine into smaller sections, called ____. a. subroutines b. objects c. applets d. bugs 8 out of 20 correct Study Page: 668 8. ____ was developed in the early 1970s at Bell Laboratories. a. BASIC b. C c. COBOL d. Java 9 out of 20 correct Study Page: 685 9. ____ has a graphical user interface and uses an object-oriented approach, so that programmers can design multimedia applications using basic objects. a. Authorware b. Director c. Flash d. ToolBook 10 out of 20 correct Study Page: 694 10. ____, which appear throughout the body of the program, explain the purpose of the code statements within the program. a. Global comments b. Internal comments c. External comments d. Logic comments 11 out of 20 correct Study Page: 669 11. A major benefit of OOP is the ability to reuse and modify existing ____. a. code b. objects c. methods
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d. data 12 out of 20 correct Study Page: 680 12. A(n) ____ is a graphical image that points to one or more Web addresses. a. image map b. macro c. pseudocode d. script 13 out of 20 correct Study Page: 680 13. A small program similar to an applet that runs on the client computer, instead of the server, is called a(n) ____. a. script b. ActiveX control c. JavaScript d. CGI script 14 out of 20 correct Study Page: 682 14. ____ is an interpreted language that allows a programmer to add dynamic content and interactive elements to a Web page. a. WML b. Logo c. XML d. JavaScript 15 out of 20 correct Study Page: 676-677 15. Many programs use ____, which can work with Visual Studio Tools for Office, or a similar language as their macro programming language. a. Visual Basic .NET
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course NTR 101 taught by Professor Hendry during the Spring '10 term at Holyoke CC.

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