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A1. The operating system.
A2. Single user/single tasking.
A3. Multiuser/multitasking.
A4. Because, to use applications software, it must be compatible with the operating system.
A5. Some software comes in several versions so it can run under several different operating systems.
A6. Utility programs.
A7. By providing information about files, data fields, and the process to be used.
A8. Sorting.
A9. What data field or fields to sort on.
A10. To generate programs to print detail and summary reports of data files.
A11. Machine.
A12. In the early 1950's.
A13. The development of mnemonic techniques and macroinstructions.
A15. They require more space in memory and they process data at a slower rate than symbolic languages.
A16. The process of planning the solution to a problem.
A17. Four.
A18. Advance preparation.
A19. Different shaped symbols.

A20. A programming flowchart.
A21. Four.
A22. No, there isn't a way to standardize problem solution.
A23. Coded instructions.
A24. The instruction.
A25. Arithmetic.
A26. In the computer manufacturers or software designers user's manual.
A27. Bugs.
A28. To determine that all data can be processed correctly and that the output is correct.
A29. Off-the-shelf programs designed for specific classes of applications.
A30. Spelling checkers, mailing list programs, document compilation programs, and communications programs.
A31. Data management.
A32. They are tables of rows and columns of numbers.
A33. No.

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