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# INTRO TO PROGRAMMING USING C++ CMSC 245

Virginia Commonwealth University
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Ju Wang

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1 What is the rst step in the Software Development Process A Code B Test C Requirements D Design 2 Which of the following are valid C identi ers A age B grade C return D b234 E 3Numbers F 123 3 A variable s scope A determines where it can be used in a program B can be changed during run time c should be assigned to zero at the end of the program D must be declared before the main function 4 Constants A are variables whose values can t be changed B are identities with a xed value C must be de ned before the main progtam D can t be used in function 5 Which of the following objects and functions are used for Standard Input and Output in C A print B cin C cout Dgetine 5 Using the following code snippet what is the value of quotgradequot int A11 B9 grade grade A B A 20 B 99 C 32 D 100 E o 6 What is the value of animal after the if statement is executed bool cattrue dogfase bool animal if cat ampamp dog animal true else animal false A true B false C dogcat D catdog 7 A statement in a C program must end with A a semicolon B a period C a coma D a verb 8 What is the value ofX after the loop has terminated intX 0 for int n10 ngt0 n 9 A function A is a group of statements B must not be empty C should at least contain one variable D must be called from some point in the main function of the program 10 The following function returns what value void addNumber int a int b int c c a b A Value of c B Value of a C Nothing D Depends on the values passed in 11 An array A is many ofelements of the different type placed in contiguous memory locations B element can be individually referenced by using an index with the array name Cstart with an index of 1 D will shrank if it is subtracted by one 12 Which ofthe following are not a feature ofobjects and classes A Attributes B Information Hiding C Methods D Constructors E Destructors F They are all features 13 Which of the following sequence is correct A CodinggtCompilinggtProgram Execution BDebugging gt Compiling gt Program Execution CCompiling gt Program Execution gt Fix Syntax Errors DCoding gt Program Execution gt Compiling 14 A syntax error will occur if A The program is in nite looping B A variable is not initialized to zero C a function is de ned but not called D a variable is de ne twice in the main lnction 15 which of the following is true A A C program must have exactly one main function B A C program could have more than two main functions C A C program must call the main function at least once D A C program must de ne the main function before any other function 16 If a C program is successfully compiled but it has been running for 24 hours so far A one can conclude that the program has a in nite loop B one can conclude that the operating system goes wrong somewhere C one can conclude that the program have some syntax errors D one can say none of the above 17 A variable declared inside a function is called A local variable B global variable C function variable D temporary variable 18 The C compiler compiles the source code cpp le into A obj les and then to an executable le B class les and then to an object le C object les than class les D binary les then to a class le

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