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10.The ____ term implies that the type’s data can be accessed only through methods.a.abstract type libraryc.abstract definition typeb.advanced data typed.abstract data typeANS: D
PTS:1REF:43511.In older object-oriented programming languages, simple numbers and characters are said to be ____ data types.
PTS:1REF:43512.A(n) ____ consists of a rectangle divided into three sections.
PTS:1REF:43513.The purpose of ____ is to set the values of data fields within the class.
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14.Methods that set values are called ____ methods.a.modifierc.creatorb.mutatord.accessANS: B
PTS:1REF:43815.The purpose of a(n) ____ is to return a value to the world outside the class.
PTS:1REF:44016.A(n) ____ is the adjective defining the type of access (public or private) that outside classes will have to the attribute or method.
PTS:1REF:44317.A unique identifier for a record in a database is often called a ____.
PTS:1REF:44618.In a class method, the ____ reference can be used only with identifiers that are field names.a.myc.thatb.thisd.meANS: B
PTS:1REF:45219.____ methods are those for which no object needs to exist.
PTS:1REF:45420.____ methods are methods that exist to be used with an object created from a class.
PTS:1REF:45421.In most programming languages, you use the word ____ when you want to declare a static class mem-ber.
PTS:1REF:454COMPLETION1.A(n) ____________________ is one instance of a class.
PTS:1REF:4272.When you think in an object-oriented manner, everything is a(n) ____________________.
PTS:1REF:4283.When you program in object-oriented languages, you frequently create ____________________ from which objects will be instantiated.
PTS:1REF:4304.With object-oriented programming, you focus on the ____________________ that will be manipulatedby the program.
PTS:1REF:4305.Any time a local variable in a method has the same identifier as a class field, the class field is ____________________.

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