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Mid-Term-Study-Guide - Exam Name MULTIPLE CHOICE Choose the...

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Exam Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) Which of the following is NOT an example of an event in VB? A) Change focus of a control B) Click a control C) Drag a control onto a form from the tool box D) Change contents of a textbox Answer: C 2) The process of debugging is to ________. 3) What is the code to close a form? 4) GUI (Graphical User Interface) applications ________. 5) Which of the following is NOT a feature of the use of Graphical User Interfaces? A) Programs that use a GUI are normally easier for the user to use B) GUIs are made of objects such as buttons, dialog boxes, and menus C) The use of a GUI makes programming much easier D) GUIs have helped influence the shift to object - oriented programming Answer: C 6) One feature of Even - Driven Programming is ________. 7) In Visual Basic we work with objects, which have ________. 1
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8) What is the purpose of the Toolbox? 9) How would you get the Design window to display if it is not visible in your project? A) Double click the icon in the tool bar for the designer window. B) Click View on the menu bar, and then on the View menu click Designer. C) Press Shift + F9 on the keyboard. D) Select view designer in the edit menu. Answer: B 10) A VB keyword ________. A) should be used instead of the default names supplied by VB B) has a special purpose and cannot be used as a variable or other identifier C) can only be used to name VB controls D) is used to name the forms for VB projects Answer: B
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