A. the first statement after the loop
B. the return 0; statement
C. the next iteration of the loop
D. the statement following the continue statement
A. iteration
B. enumeration
C. pass through
D. culmination
A. braces { }
B. parentheses ( )
C. arrows < >
D. brackets [ ]
A. the innermost loop
B. the outermost loop
C. cannot be determined without knowing the size of the loops
D. all loops are executed the same number of times
A. i = i 1;
B. i = i i;
C. i --;
D. i = i - 1;
A. the first semicolon should be a colon
B. the question mark should be an equal sign
C. the conditional operator is only used with apstrings
D. there are too many variables in the statement
A. the variable must always be the letter i when using a for loop
B. the increment should always be k
C. the commas should be semicolons
D. there should be a semicolon at the end of the statement
A. the while loop is an exit-condition loop
B. the logical operator && cannot be used in a test condition
C. the test condition is always true
D. the test condition is always false
A. while
B. for
C. no looping process checks the test condition at the end
D. do-while
A. while
B. for
C. all looping processes require that the iterations be known
D. do-while