wpe41.gif (23084 bytes)CIS3355: Business Data Structures
Fall, 2008

C/C++ Quiz 2

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Question 1:    Which of the Following is NOT a reserved keyword in C?


Question 2:    Binary operator are those which:

 work only in binary
                          work on two quotients
                          work on two products
                          work on two operands
                          work on two remainders

Question 3:    When dividing two numbers:

 The resultant is the quotient if the numbers are both integers.
                          The resultant is an integer if either of the numbers are integers
                          The resultant is a real number if both numbers are floating-point numbers
                          A and B
                          A and C

Question 4:    The logical operator '!=' means:

 Equal to
                          Less than
                          Greater than
                          Not equal to.
                          None of the above

Question 5:    In terms of arithmetic operations, the lowest order operator is:


Question 6:   What will the printf specifer %c print out?

 A contatenated number
                          A complemented number
                          A concentrated string
                          An array of characters
                          A character

Question 7:    Pre-compiler directives include all of the following EXCEPT:

                          function prototypes
                          external variables
                          All of the above are pre-compiler directives

Question 8:    User created functions are:

 Independent of the main function.
                          Dependent on the main function.
                          An integral part of the main function.
                          A and B
                          A and C

Question 9:    The three components of the 'for' statement (in order) are:

 Initialization, update, condition check
                          Initialization, condition check, termination
                          Condition check, termination, Initialization
                          Initialization, condition check, update
                          Condition check, Initialization, update

Question 10
The benefits of functions include all of the following EXCEPT:

 They avoid repetitive code
                          They promote modularity
                          They promote singularity
                          They promote readability
                          They promote easier editing


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