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Chapter 12 / Exercise 14
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23.____ is processing that involves performing the same tasks with many records, one after the other.a.Volume processingc.Online processingb.Batch processingd.Standard processingANS: B
PTS:1REF:29024.____ applications require that a record be accessed immediately while a client is waiting.
PTS:1REF:29025.Because they enable you to locate a particular record directly (without reading all of the preceding records), random access files are also called ____ files.
PTS:1REF:290COMPLETION1.A(n) ____________________ is a small unit of storage that, for example, holds only one character in asimple text file.
PTS:1REF:2582.When businesses store data items on computer systems, they are often stored in a framework called thedata ____________________ that describes the relationships between data components.
PTS:1REF:2603.When you store data in a computer file on a persistent storage device, you ____________________ to the file.
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ANS: writePTS:1REF:2644.A(n) ____________________ file holds more temporary data than a master file.
PTS:1REF:2815.A program in which the user makes direct requests is a(n) ____________________ program.
PTS:1REF:290MATCHINGMatch each term with a statement below.a.filesf.megabytesb.kilobytesg.volatile storagec.charactersh.fieldsd.random access filei.gigabytese.master filej.nonvolatile storage1.Is not lost when a computer loses power2.Is lost when the program ends or the computer loses power3.Thousands of bytes4.Millions of bytes5.Billions of bytes6.Letters, numbers, and special symbols, such as “A”, “7”, and “$”7.Single useful data items that are composed of one or more characters8.Groups of related records9.Holds complete and relatively permanent data10.A file in which records can be located in any order1.ANS: JPTS:1REF:258
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PTS:1REF:290SHORT ANSWER1.Define and give examples of text files and binary files.
PTS:1REF:258TOP:Critical Thinking2.List and describe three characteristics that all files have in common.

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