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CIS 110 WEEK 6 QUIZ

CIS 110 WEEK 6 QUIZ

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Question 1
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A parallel array is an array that stores another array as each element.
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Question 2
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Many newer programming languages such as C++, Java, and C# use the bracket notation for arrays.
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Question 3
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Besides making your code easier to modify, using a named constant makes the code easier to understand.
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Question 4
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Parallel arrays must contain the same data type.
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Question 5
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If values in your program have a direct relationship, you probably don’t need parallel arrays.
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Question 6
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Every array has a(n) ____ size.
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Question 7
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When you search through a list from one end to the other, you are performing a ____.
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Question 8
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Parallel arrays are most useful when value pairs have a(n) ____ relationship.
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Question 9
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Named ____ hold values that do not change during a program’s execution.
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Question 10
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Array subscripts are always a sequence of ____.
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