Programming Paradigms Evolution Quiz

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In object-oriented programming, encapsulation means allowing unrestricted access to the internal components of an object.

In C, C++, C#, Java, the data type 'float' is used to store whole numbers.

In FORTRAN, the data type 'INTEGER' is used to store whole numbers.

True concurrent processing can be achieved with a single CPU using time-sharing.

In APL (A Programming Language), the assignment statement uses the symbol '→' to perform addition.

Inheritance in object-oriented programming allows new classes to be defined without any reference to previously defined classes.

Mutual exclusion ensures that data can be accessed by multiple processes at the same time.

In Python, the syntax for the if-then-else statement is the same as in C, C++, C#, and Java.

In Ada, the syntax for the switch statement is different from that in C, C++, C#, and Java.

A class is a passive program unit containing only data and no procedures.


Test your knowledge about the evolution of programming paradigms with this quiz. Learn about the differences between assembly language, third generation languages, and their characteristics. Explore the transition from low-level to high-level programming and the impact on machine independence.

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