Chapter 13 Exercise

  1. A(n) _____ reads a code statement, converts it to one or more machine language instructions, and then executes those machine language instructions. (667)
    a. compiler
    b. interpreter
    c. source program
    d. symbolic address
  2. An OOP language is _____, which means an OOP language program checks for and responds to events
    such as pressing a key or typing a value. (669)
    a. event based
    b. interpreted
    c. event driven
    d. compiled
  3. When programmers compile a(n) _____ program, the resulting object code is called bytecode, which is
    machine independent. (670)
    a. C
    b. assembly language
    c. Java
    d. all of the above
  4. _____ is a popular fourth-generation query language that allows users to manage, update, and retrieve data in a relational DBMS. (674)
    a. SQL 
    b. COBOL
    c. XML
    d. RPG
  5. _____ is a subset of the Visual Basic language that allows programmers to add intelligence and interactivity to Web pages. (683)
    a. VBScript
    b. Flash
    c. Ajax
    d. SQL
  6. _____ is a Web page authoring program that is part of the Microsoft Office and SharePoint families of products. (685)
    a. PHP
    b. Ajax
    c. SharePoint Designer
    d. Flash
  7. _____ by Adobe Systems, is a Web page authoring program that allows Web developers to create, maintain, and manage professional Web sites. (685)
    a. Ajax
    b. Flash
    c. Expression Web
    d. Dreamweaver
  8. The concept of packaging data and procedures into a single object is called _____. (689)
    a. object code
    b. encapsulation
    c. an object program
    d. a control structure

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