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Question 1: Years after Dijkstra (1969), ________ (OOP) was developed to handle very large or complex programs (see below: Object-oriented comparison).
Object (computer science)Unified Modeling LanguageObject-oriented programmingProgramming paradigm

Question 2: ________'s structured programming, where the logic of a program is a structure composed of similar sub-structures in a limited number of ways.
Charles BachmanNiklaus WirthFred BrooksEdsger W. Dijkstra

Question 3: High-level programming languages that originally lacked programming structures, such as FORTRAN, COBOL, and ________, now have them.
Atari BASICVisual BasicVisual Basic .NETBASIC

Question 4: Some programs, particularly ________ and communications protocols, have a number of states that follow each other in a way that is not easily reduced to the basic structures.
CompilerCompiler-compilerParsingBottom-up parsing

Question 5: These issues were addressed during the late 1960s and early 1970s, with major contributions by Dijkstra, Robert W. Floyd, ________, and David Gries.
C. A. R. HoareMaurice WilkesEdgar F. CoddDonald Knuth

Question 6: ________, Notes on Structured Programming, pg.
Edsger W. DijkstraFred BrooksCharles BachmanNiklaus Wirth

Question 7: Data Structured Programming or ________, which is based on aligning data structures with program structures.
Object-oriented programmingCOBOLJackson Structured ProgrammingProgramming language

Question 8: Structured programming can be seen as a subset or subdiscipline of ________, one of the major programming paradigms.
Imperative programmingMetaprogrammingFunctional programmingReflection (computer science)

Question 9: The various concepts behind structured programming can help to understand the many facets of ________.
Object-oriented programmingObject (computer science)Programming paradigmUnified Modeling Language

Question 10: ________ that cause a program to consume vast amounts of memory could be traced to a failure to observe a single exit-point in a subprogram needing memory deallocation.
C (programming language)Garbage collection (computer science)Java (programming language)Memory leak


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