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A. the last valuein the range of numbers.
B. the first value in the range of numbers.
C. the number of guesses the user will be allowe
D. the number of terms in the range of numbers.
A. stdlih
B. conio.h
C. dos.h
D. stdio.h
A. alloc() and memalloc()
B. malloc() and memalloc()
C. memalloc() and faralloc()
D. malloc() and calloc()
A. <math.h>
B. <ctype.h>
C. <time.h>
D. <stdlih>
A. an ASCII character.
B. one of "all" numbers available from the keyboar
C. an alphanumeri
D. an alphabet character.
A. used to generate random values.
B. used to set the starting seed for generating random values.
C. used to force a duplication of the random sequence pattern.
D. used to generate "special" random numbers.
A. January 1, 1950.
B. January 1, 1900.
C. January 1, 1990.
D. January 1, 1970
A. <math.h>
B. <ctype.h>
C. <stdlih>
D. <time.h>
A. the first letter in answer will be a capital letter.
B. answer will be rounded to the next larger integer.
C. answer will contain no numeric values.
D. answer will contain all capital letters.
A. the built-in library function pow(x,y).
B. the exponent symbol ^.
C. concatenation.
D. the built-in library function pow10(x).
A. malloc(variable_name, 0)
B. dealloc();
C. memalloc(variable_name, 0)
D. free();
A. standard error types
B. standard error
C. standard error definitions
D. standard error streams
A. flushes only specified stream.
B. flushes all streams and specified streams.
C. flushes file buffer.
D. flushes input/output buffer.
A. returns a random number generator in the specified range.
B. returns a random number.
C. return a random number with a given seed value.
D. returns a random number generator with a random value based on time.
A. Reposition the file pointer stream to end of file.
B. Reposition the file pointer to a character reverse.
C. Reposition the file pointer to begining of file.
D. Reposition the file pointer to begining of that line.
A. include the proper header file.
B. include the function's prototype.
C. specify the length of the library function.
D. include the function's definition.
A. all numbers within the string will be converted to integers.
B. you must convert the apstring to a standard string by using .c_str( ).
C. all alphabetic characters within the string will be counte
D. all characters within the string will be converted to ASCII equivalents.
A. stdlih
B. memory.h
C. dos.h
D. string.h
A. substr(x,y)
B. [a] length( )
C. c_str( )
D. atof(s)
A. returns positive double values.
B. is a true random number generator.
C. returns a different sequence of values each time it is run.
D. is a pseudo-random number generator.