Chapter06MC - d. none of the above 6. A ____ is an object...

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Name ____________________________ Date ___________________ Chapter 6 – Multiple Choice Instructions: Circle the best answer. 1. _____ are characteristics that describe an object. a. Attributes b. Classes c. Instances d. Messages 2. A message is a(n) ____ to an object. a. data transfer b. invitation c. command d. lifeline 3. The end product of object-oriented analysis is the ____. a. system design b. object model c. use case description d. superclass 4. An object can have a specific attribute called a ____. a. message b. class
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c. case d. state 5. Polymorphism means that a message gives ____. a. different meanings to different objects b. the same meaning to different objects c. different meanings to a single object
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Unformatted text preview: d. none of the above 6. A ____ is an object that derives its attributes from a parent. a. subclass b. subobject c. child d. pet 7. ____ enable objects to communicate and interact. a. States b. Classes c. Records d. Relationships 8. A use case ____ is a table documenting details of a use case. a. description b. diagram c. field d. boundary 9. A system ____ shows what is included in a system and what is not included in a system. a. message b. method c. boundary d. cardinality rule 10. A(n) ____ diagram is a dynamic use case model showing class interaction. a. origin b. focus c. state d. sequence...
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Chapter06MC - d. none of the above 6. A ____ is an object...

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