Chapter 2: Review QuestionsΒΆ

1. The C and C++ languages is generally considered to be a

 a) high-level language
 b) mid-level language
 c) low-level language
 d) multiple-level language

2. Which function is the entry point of a C or C++ program?

 a) #include "stdio.o"
 b) printf()
 c) #include "stdio.h"
 d) main()

3. The values placed within the parentheses of a function
 are called:

 a) arguments
 b) statements
 c) escape sequence
 d) include statement

4. '\n' represents:

 a) a comment
 b) a rubout character
 c) a function
 d) an escape sequence

5. stdio.h stands for:

 a) standard input/output data handler
 b) standard task definition input/output
 c) standard input/output header file
 d) standard task definition in/out handler

6. Which of the following terms is related to a location
 in the computer's memory that may assume any value?

 a) constant
 b) variable
 c) data type
 d) escape sequence

7. Which of the following terms describes data that
 remains the same thoughout a program?

 a) constant
 b) variable
 c) integer
 d) float

8. Which data type uses the most memory and provides the
 more precision?

 a) float
 b) char
 c) int
 d) double

9. Which data type does not support fractional values?

 a) float
 b) int
 c) long float
 d) double

10. Which data type requires only one byte of memory?

 a) char
 b) int
 c) float
 d) double

11. Which data type would you declare if you expect an
 integer value to remain very small?

 a) char
 b) double
 c) short
 d) short float

12. Which data type would you declare if you expect the
 results of the computation to be less than -32,768
 (i.e. -45,000 is less than -32,768)?

 a) int
 b) unsigned
 c) long
 d) long float

13. Which of the following are valid variable names?



 c) hi_cost VALID INVALID


 e) howdoyoudothis VALID INVALID

14. List 5 rules for forming variable names.






15. List all possible data types. ( **All Basic data types along with their possible modifiers or qualifiers.)
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