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25.A _____ variable is not used for input or output, but instead is just a working variable that you use during a program’s execution.
26.Whole number variables are known as _____ variables.
27.Declaring a starting value is known as _____ the variable.
28.Each programming language has a few reserved _____ that are not allowed as variable names because they are part of the language’s syntax.
29._____ tasks include any steps you must perform at the beginning of a program to get ready for the rest of the program.
30.Program _____ are written explanations that are not part of the program logic but that serve as documentation for readers of the program.
31.What term describes the feature of programs that assures you a module has been tested and proven to function correctly?
32.What term describes the act of repeating input back to a user either in a subsequent prompt or in output?
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33.What is the feature of programming languages that prevents assigning values of an incorrect data type?
34.What is a list of every variable name used in a program, along with its type, size, and description?
35.What is a message that is displayed on a monitor to ask the user for a response and perhaps explain how that response should be formatted?
36.What describes a statement that provides a data type and an identifier for a variable?
37.What can hold digits and have mathematical operations performed on it?
38.What term can hold text, such as letters of the alphabet, and other special characters, such as punctuation marks.
39.What is a program component’s name?
40.What is a named memory location whose contents can vary or differ over time?
41.What does a data item’s data type describe?
42.List three reasons for modularizing a large program.
43.What items should you include when you create a module?
44.Explain the purpose of detail loop tasks.They include the steps that are repeated for each set of input data. This compacts the amount of
45.What are end-of-job tasks?
46.List three design features that you can use while creating programs to make them easier to writeand maintain.

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