# Match each item with a statement below a structure f

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Chapter 3 / Exercise 12
Programming Logic and Design, Introductory
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Match each item with a statement below.a.structuref.stacking structuresb.priming readg.spaghetti codec.moduleh.loop structured.decision structurei.casestructuree.null case1.Logically snarled program statements2.Basic unit of programming logic3.With this, you ask a question, and, depending on the answer, you take one of two courses of action4.Case in which nothing is done5.Continue to repeat actions while a condition remains true6.Attaching structures end-to-end7.Added statement that gets the first input value in a program
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Chapter 3 / Exercise 12
Programming Logic and Design, Introductory
Farrell
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8.Often can be used in multiple programs9.Variation of the selection structure
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PTS:1REF:121SHORT ANSWER1.Why does spaghetti code have a shorter shelf life than structured code?
PTS:1REF:93TOP:Critical Thinking2.Define the term structure as it relates to programming.
PTS:1REF:95TOP:Critical Thinking3.Describe a loop structure.
PTS:1REF:97TOP:Critical Thinking4.Rewrite the following as a while loop:dopay billswhile more bills remain to be paid
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