8.The process of walking through a program’s logic on paper before you actually write the program is called ____.a.desk-checkingc.pseudocodingb.flowchartingd.testingANS: APTS:1REF:109.Typically, a programmer develops a program’s logic, writes the code, and ____ the program, receiving a list of syntax errors.10.The process of finding and correcting program errors is called ____.
11.After programs are put into production, making necessary changes is called _____.12.Using ____ involves writing down all the steps you will use in a program.a.a compilerc.a flowchartb.an interpreterd.pseudocodeANS: DPTS:1REF:1513.In a flowchart, the ____ is used to represent processing.14.The ____ is used to represent output in a flowchart.15.The ____ is the standard terminal symbol for a flowchart.16.The repetition of a series of steps is called a(n) ____.a.repeat flowc.flowb.loopd.infinite loopANS: BPTS:1REF:1817.A(n) ____ is a repeating flow of logic with no end.18.You represent a decision in a flowchart by drawing a decision symbol, which is shaped like a ____.19.Many programming languages use the term ____ to refer to the marker that is used to automatically recognize the end of data in a file.
20.A(n) ____ tells the user what to enter.a.command linec.promptb.input screend.data lineANS: CPTS:1REF:2321.A(n) ____ is a program that you use to create simple text files.22.A(n) ____ is a software package that provides an editor, a compiler, and other programming tools.23.A(n) ____ is a location on your computer screen where you type text entries to communicate with the computer’s operating system.24.A ____ allows users to interact with a program in a graphical environment.a.GCIc.command lineb.CGId.GUIANS: DPTS:1REF:24
- Fall '15
- Computer Programming, pts, REF