Declaration a Declaration is an act of defining a variables b A declaration

Declaration a declaration is an act of defining a

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Declaration: a) Declaration is an act of defining a variable(s) b) A declaration states the type of a variable, along with its name. c) A variable can be declared only once. d) It is used by the compiler to help programmers avoid mistakes such as assigning string values (i.e. name, address, etc.) to integer variables (i.e. age, number of children, etc.). e) Before reading or assigning a variable, that variable must have been declared. Initialization: f) It's a special kind of assignment: the first. g) Before initialization objects have null value and primitive types have default values such as 0 or false. h) Can be done in conjunction with declaration. Assignment: i) Throwing away the old value of a variable and replacing it with a new one. 6- Explain the ways of assigning values to variables in VB.net. - Getting your data into a variable - Using the equals sign (=) - Make sure all variables are first declared before assignment 7- State THREE (3) of the naming rules in vb.net. a) must start with a letter or underscore b) cannot have spaces c) cannot use special characters 8- Define the following: - (i) Scope of Variables Scope refers to the part of the program where a variable is visible and may be accessed by program code. (ii) Lifetime of Variables Lifetime of a variable is the period of time the variable exists. When a procedure terminates, all local variables will come to the end of its lifetime. The values of its local variables are not preserved and VB reclaims their memory. Next time the procedure is called, its local variables will be created afresh and reinitialized.
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