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See Chapter 5. Message is the term that describes object-to-object communication @@md which, by the way, is technology independent. 83 The software code in an object-oriented environment is known as the A. Code B. Method C. Instance D. Behavior Answer: B See Chapter 5. A method is the code associated with an object. 84 The maturity levels in the software Engineering Institute CMM are See Chapter 4. The five maturity levels are (from lowest to highest) Initiating, Repeatable, Defined, Managed, and Optimizing. 85 Software products are the most secure when See Chapter 5. The most secure software is that which is built knowing all the security requirements up front. 86 A database administrator has been asked to make certain rows and fields accessible to some users. What is the best approach to accomplish this?
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See Chapter 5. The database administrator should create a view, which is a virtual table that consists of the rows and fields from one or more tables in a database. 87 Fuzzy logic is most often used in A. Synaptic networks B. Magnetic media degaussers C. Expert systems D. Database caching algorithms Answer: C See Chapter 5. Fuzzy logic is used to determine the degree of truth in rule premises. 88 The term sandbox is used to describe A. The portion of virtual memory that maps to physical memory B. The closed environment in which a Java applet runs C. The location where temporary compilation files are stored D. The location where developers write and test code Answer: B See Chapter 5. The sandbox is the space in which a Java applet runs, thereby protecting the rest of the system. 89 Which of the following is NOT a security concern about ActiveX? See Chapter 5. ActiveX has no sandbox; the other concerns are legitimate. 90 RAID stands for
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