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Webster University

COSC 1550 Introduction to Programming

Test Four

Name____________________

 

Multiple Choice

Circle the letter of the statement that bests answers/completes each question. Each question is worth three points.

 

1. Which one of the following statements correctly creates an array containing exactly 5 elements, each element containing an associated value, not a default value.

a) float Ratings [ ] = {1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0};

b) float Ratings [ 7 ] = {1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0};

c) float Ratings [ 5 ] = {1.0, 2.0, 3.0};

d) float Ratings [ ] = 5*{0.0};

 

2. Which one of the following array declarations is correct?
a) salary float [50];
b) float salary [50];
c) salary float array [50];
d) array float salary [50];

 

3. Assume there is an array called degree that contains the following values (in this sequence): {15, 17, 19, 21} The statement

cout << degree [3] << endl;

will display
a) 15
b) 17
c) 19
d) 21

 

4. Which one of the following statements regarding arrays is not correct?

a) An array can contain multiple values.

b) Each element in an array can be referenced by the name of the array followed by a subscript enclosed in square brackets [ ].

c) C++ does no bounds checking on arrays.

d) If an array's name is referenced without any subscript, this means the sum of all of the array elements.


5. Given the following declarations:

int Number [4] = { 2, 8, 16, 25 };
int sub = 0;

The statement

cout << Number [sub+2] << endl;

will display
a) 2
b) 8
c) 16
d) 25

 

6. What is the result of the following code assuming the declarations in the previous problem?

for ( sub = 1; sub < 4; sub++)
{ Number [sub] = 0; }

a) Each element of the array is set equal to 0.
b) Each element of the array, except the first one, is set equal to 0.
c) Each element of the array, except the last one, is set equal to 0.
d) Unpredictable results occur since the array is referenced beyond its bounds.

7. What is the result of the following code assuming the declarations in the above problem?
int sum = 0;
for ( sub = 1; sub < 4; sub = sub +2)
{ sum = sum + Number [sub]; }

a) The first and second elements are added together and assigned to the variable sum.
b) The first and third elements are added together and assigned to the variable sum.
c) The second and third elements are added together and assigned to the variable sum.

d) The second and fourth elements are added together and assigned to the variable sum.


8 An array can store a group of values, but the values must be

a. the same data type

b. each of a different data type

c. constants

d. integers

9. An array's size declarator must be a(n)______ with a value greater than ______.

a. number, one

b. number, zero

c. constant integer expression, zero

d. variable, -1

 

10. Subscript numbering in C++

a. can be set at runtime

b. can begin with a programmer-defined value

c. varies from program to program

d. automatically begins with zero

 

11. Arrays may be ___________ at the time they are __________.

a. resized, executed

b. re-scoped, deleted

c. initialized, declared

d. pre-compiled, typecast

 

12. Given the following declaration, where is 77 stored in the array called scores?

 

int scores[3][4]={{83, 62, 77, 97},

{90, 78, 81,92}

{91, 80, 88, 94}}:

 

a. scores[3][4]

b. scores[1][3]

c. scores[0][2]

d. scores[2][0]

 

13. An array can easily be stepped through by using a

a. reference variable

b. for loop

c. named constant

d. null value


14. To assign the contents of one array to another, you must use the

a. assignment operator

b. equality operator

c. array names

d. a loop that contains an instruction that sets each element of an array to the associated element of the array being copied.

15. To pass an array as an argument to a function, pass the _________ of the array.

a. contents

b. size, expressed as an integer

c. name

d. value of the first element

16. A two-dimensional array can have data elements of ______ data type(s).

a. one

b. two

c. four

d. Any of these

17. A two-dimensional array of characters can contain

a. strings of the same length

b. strings of different lengths

c. unused elements

d. All of these

18. A(n) ____________ can indicate starting values of an array.

a. initialization list

b. array name

c. subscript

d. element

19. The __________ is automatically appended to a character array when it is initialized with a string constant.

a. array name

b. null terminator

c. value of the first element

d. number of elements

20. An array that will hold 5 names with 20 characters in the name would be declared using the _____________ statement.

 

a. char names[5][20];

b. char names[20][5];

c. char names[21][5];

d. char names[5][21];

21. A(n) ________ search uses a loop to sequentially step through an array.

a. binary

b. unary

c. linear

d. relative

22. The _________ is adequate for searching through small arrays.

a. binary search

b. linear search

c. unary search

d. bubble sort

 

23. ___________ algorithms are used to arrange random data into some order.

a. Standard search

b. Linear

c. Sorting

d. Binary search

 

24. Which one of the following statements regarding a binary search on an array is not correct?

a) it is more efficient than a sequential search.

b) the values in the array must be in sequence.

c) if the search value is greater than the middle value, then the first value is set to the value at the (middle +1) element.

d) if the search value is less than the middle value, then the middle value is set to the value at the (last - 1) element.

 

25. Which one of the following sets of code will correctly swap two adjacent elements in an array? You may assume all variables have been properly declared.

 

a) hold = Array [index];

Array [index] = Array [index - 1];

Array [index - 1] = hold;

 

b) Array [index - 1] = hold;

Array [index] = Array [index - 1];

hold = Array [index - 1];

 

c) Array [index - 1] = Array [index];

hold = Array [index - 1];

Array [index] = hold;

 

d) hold = Array [index];

Array [index - 1] = Array [index];

Array [index] = hold;


26. Which one of the following statements correctly describes sort sequences?

a) Ascending is low to high and descending is high to low.

b) Descending is low to high and ascending is high to low.

c) Low-order is low to high and high-order is high to low.

d) High-order is low to high and low-order is high to low.

 

 

Problems

Find the errors in each of the following code segments. There may be multiple errors. Each question is worth three points.

 

27. int size;

float values [size];

 

 

 

 

28. int collections [-20];

 

 

 

29. int hours [3] = 8: 12: 16;

 

 

 

30. void showValues (int nums);

{

for (int i=0; i < 10; i++)

cout << nums [i];

}

 

 

Indicate how the data would appear after each adjustment is made by the indicated sort algorithm. Make sure that you only perform one pass for each line, similar to how the associated algorithm would work. (Note that every line may not be used).

Each problem is worth five points each.

 

31. Selection sort

Array[0]

Array[1]

Array[2]

Array[3]

Array[4]

10

1

8

12

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

32. Bubble sort

Array[0]

Array[1]

Array[2]

Array[3]

Array[4]

10

1

8

12

3