Only difficult programming problems require a pseudocode solution before the programmer creates the implementation
In Java, if and if-else are selection statements.
In Java, the symbol = and the symb
1) During program development, software requirements specify
a) how the program will accomplish the task
b) what the task is that the program must perform
c) how to divide the task into subtasks
1) If x is a string, then x = new String("OH"); and x = "OH"; will accomplish the same
Answer: True. Explanation: In Java, to instantiate (assign a value to) an object, you must use new
and the classs constructor. Howev
AP Computer Science A, Test Applets vA, Name_ Submit answers on a looseleaf
TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.
1) Java is able to represent 255 * 255 * 255 = 16,581,375 distinct colors.
2) The Java graphic