When a subscript is not within the range of acceptable subscripts it is said to

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25.When a subscript is not within the range of acceptable subscripts, it is said to be ____.a.a superscriptc.out of boundsb.flaggedd.indexedANS: CPTS:1REF:243COMPLETION1.Use a(n) ____________________ to indicate the position of a particular item within an array.ANS: subscriptPTS:1REF:2142.All array elements have the same ____________________ name, but each individual element also has a unique subscript indicating how far away it is from the first element.ANS: groupPTS:1REF:2143.Each array ____________________ is a single variable.
ANS: elementPTS:1REF:2144.When working with arrays, you can use ____________________ inseveral ways: To hold the size of an array, as the array values, and as a subscript .ANS: constantsPTS:1REF:2155.A(n) ____________________ is a variable set to indicate whether some event has occurred.PTS:1REF:229MATCHINGMatch each term with a statement below.1.A series of values in computer memory2.Each separate item in an array3.Providing array values4.Can hold the size of an array5.A variable that you set to indicate whether some event has occurred6.Starts looking in the middle of a sorted list, and then determines whether it should continue higher or lower7.Any series of contiguous values8.A subscript that is not within the range of acceptable subscripts9.A particularly convenient tool when working with arrays because you frequently need to process everyelement of an array10.In this type of array, each element in one array is associated with the element in the same relative position in the other array1.ANS: EPTS:1REF:2142.ANS: FPTS:1REF:2143.ANS: JPTS:1REF:2154.ANS: HPTS:1REF:2245.ANS: CPTS:1REF:2296.ANS: IPTS:1REF:2367.ANS: APTS:1REF:2378.ANS: BPTS:1REF:2439.ANS: GPTS:1REF:24410.ANS: DPTS:1REF:230
SHORT ANSWER1.Describe an array and provide an example of a real-life equivalent to an array.2.How do you reference the elements in an array?

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