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1.Which of the following numbers is written in hexadecimal format?
2.Which of the following terms describe concepts related to breaking code into smaller,
repeatable sections? (Choose two.)
3.Which of the following are examples of object-oriented programming languages? (Choose two.)
4.Which of the following statements is true regarding arrays and vectors?
5.A developer needs to use a code designation for non-English letters. Which notational system
does the developer need to use?
6.Which of the following are examples of interpreted languages? (Choose two.)
7.What type of high-level programming language is translated into machine code once and
then executed many times?
8.A programmer wants to write code that directly accesses the computer’s hardware. Which
is the best type of language for the programmer to use?
9.Interpret the following logic. For data input on someone who is 20 years old, which category
will they fall into?
if age < 13, then category “Child”
else if age < 20, then category “Teen”
else if age < 65, then category “Adult”
else category “Senior”
10.A programmer is writing a program that needs to accept an input of someone’s name. What
type of variable should the programmer create?
11.Looping logic makes use of which of the following statements?
12.In object-oriented programming, which of the following are integral parts of objects?
13.A program shows the number 11010.11. Which data type is this?
14.You have created an array that can hold 15 items, all of the integer data type. You want to
add a 16th integer. Which of the following is the best approach to doing this?
15.What type of programming language is designed to retrieve data from a database?
16.Interpret the following logic. A law enforcement agency has received data indicating that
there are ten current threats to public safety. What should the threat level be?
if threats < 3, then level “Green”
else if threats < 6, then level “Yellow”
else if threats < 9, then level “Orange”
else if threats < 12, then level “Red”
else level “Emergency”
17.Which of the following is an example of a markup language?
18.You want to understand the sequence of a program, from start to finish. Which of the following is the best to use for this purpose?
19.Which of the following programming language types is the lowest-level language?
20.Flowcharts depict which one of the following?