1.Every programming language has rules governing its word usage and punctuation.
2.Professional computer programmers write programs to satisfy their own needs.
3.The heart of the programming process lies in planning the program’s logic.
4.Once a program is completed, it is ready for the organization to use.
5.Alan Turing is often regarded as the first programmer.
6. Charles Babbage incorporated vacuum tube technology in the Analytical Engine.
7. MS-DOS is the kernel of the operating system residing in the Macintosh.
8. The World Wide Web is identical to the Internet.
9. Parallel computing refers to the simultaneous execution of tasks by multiple CPUS.
10. Time-Sharing is a term describing the allocation of system resources to multiple users.
1.____ data items may involve organizing or sorting them, checking them for accuracy, or performing calculations with them. a.|Processing|c.|Outputting|
2.____ errors are relatively easy to locate and correct because the compiler or interpreter you use highlights every error. a.|Logic|c.|Input|
3.If you use an otherwise correct word that does not make sense in the current context, programmers say you have committed a ____ error. a.|syntax|c.|semantic|
4.Computer programmers often refer to memory addresses using ____ notation. a.|binary|c.|mathematical|
5.After a programmer plans the logic of a program, the next step is ____. a.|understanding the problem|c.|translating the program|
b.|testing the program|d.|coding the program|
6.The process of walking through a program’s logic on paper before you actually write the program is called ____. a.|desk-checking|c.|pseudocoding|
7.Typically, a programmer develops a program’s logic, writes the code, and ____ the program, receiving a list of syntax errors. a.|runs|c.|executes|
8.The process of finding and correcting program errors is called ____. a.|desk checking|c.|error correcting|
9.Using ____ involves writing down all the steps you will use in a program. a.|a compiler|c.|a flowchart|
10.The ____ is used to represent output in a flowchart.
11.The ____ is the standard terminal symbol for a flowchart. a.|circle|c.|diamond|
12.The repetition of a series of steps is called a(n) ____. a.|repeat flow|c.|flow|
13.A(n) ____ is a repeating flow of logic with no end.
b.|infinite loop|d.|decision symbol|
14.You represent a decision in a flowchart by drawing a decision symbol, which is shaped like a ____. a.|parallelogram|c.|diamond|
15.Many programming languages use the term ____ to refer to the marker that is used to automatically recognize the end of data in a file. a.|data_end|c.|eof|
16.A(n) ____ tells the user what to enter.
b.|input screen|d.|data line|
17.A(n) ____ is a program that you use to create simple text files. a.|text editor|c.|GUI|
18.A(n) ____ is a software package that provides an editor, compiler, and other...