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Sunday, October 16, 2011

C Programming True/False Quiz

1. Functions are written to avoid rewriting the same section of code which requires oftenly.

[A] True

[B] False





2. A structure variable can be passed to a function.

[A] True

[B] False




3. When function is called by itself, it is known as recursive function.

[A] True

[B] False




4. There is no three dimensional array in C.

[A] True

[B] False




5. Only one comment can be given in a C program.

[A] True

[B] False




6. strstr() finds number of occurences of a give string in another string.

[A] True

[B] False




7. The use case may begin with no precondition or with some preconditions.

[A] True

[B] False




8. If the value of a formal argument is changed in the called funciton, the corresponding changes take place in the calling funciton.

[A] True

[B] False




9. Real falls under secondary constant in C.

[A] True

[B] False




10. The return statement should present at the end of the called function.

[A] True

[B] False




11. While passing an array elements to a function by call by value we pass values of array elements to the function.

[A] True

[B] False




12. All structure elements are stored in contiguous memory locations.

[A] True

[B] False




13. There are basically 5 types of instructions in C.

[A] True

[B] False




14. A value of object changes when event occurs.

[A] True

[B] False




15. scanf is used to accept the input from the user.

[A] True

[B] False




16. strupr() function is used to convert a string into upper case.

[A] True

[B] False




17. When array is declared with rows and columns it is called as 2-D i.e. two dimensional array.

[A] True

[B] False




18. When array elements are passed to a function with call by reference, function has pointer arguments.

[A] True

[B] False




19. If the file is absent, fopen() returns NULL.

[A] True

[B] False




20. The keywords should not be used as variables.

[A] True

[B] False



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