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21.With most OOP languages, you must ____ components, or sign them up so that they can react to events initiated by other components.a.registerc.instantiateb.activated.createANS: A
PTS:1REF:50622.The ____ contains methods that allow you to set physical properties such as height and width, as well as methods that allow you to add the appropriate components to a container.
PTS:1REF:50623.Using multiple threads of execution is known as ____.
PTS:1REF:51024.With a(n) ____ program, a user can continue to click buttons while your program is reading a data file.
PTS:1REF:51125.____ is the rapid sequence of still images, each slightly different from the previous one, that produces the illusion of movement.a.Screeningc.Filmationb.Animationd.Stop motionANS: B
PTS:1REF:512COMPLETION1.People who use the Disk Operating System (DOS) also call the command line the ____________________.
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PTS:1REF:4922.An object that is “interested in” an event to which you want it to respond is a(n) ____________________.
PTS:1REF:4943.The most important principle of GUI design is to remember always that any GUI is only a(n) ____________________.
PTS:1REF:5004.A(n) ____________________ is a list of the objects used in a program, including which screens they are used on and whether any code, or script, is associated with them.
PTS:1REF:5025.In most object-oriented languages, a method named ____________________ executes automatically when a class object is created.
PTS:1REF:514MATCHINGMatch each term with a statement below.a.eventf.x-axisb.y-axisg.x-coordinatec.y-coordinateh.starvationd.threadi.interactivity diagrame.deadlockj.container1.An occurrence that generates a message sent to an object2.Shows the relationship between screens in an interactive GUI program3.A class of objects whose main purpose is to hold other elements4.The flow of execution of one set of program statements5.Where two or more threads wait for each other to execute6.Where a thread is abandoned because other threads occupy all of the computer’s resources
7.A horizontal position8.A vertical position9.Its value increases as you travel from left to right across the window10.Its value increases as you travel from top to bottom
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