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Business English/ESL | Topic: English For Computer Programming 4

Designed to teach you the most up-to-date IT (information technology)-related words and expressions. This exercise is on computer programming terminology.


QUESTIONS:
(Choose the best response for each one)


1. Other parts of the program will be able to __________________ these objects using simple function calls.
  work
  work with
  work at

2. Do a search to find every __________________ of this variable. ( = a list of every time the variable appears in the code)
  instant
  constance
  instance

3. Naming a variable = Variable __________________
  christening
  declaration
  calling

4. To __________________ a function means to change its properties.
  redefine
  reveal
  review

5. If something is sending the wrong __________________, it is sending the wrong variables to be processed.
  parameters
  declaration
  class

6. A subroutine is a piece of code that is separate from __________________ of a program.
  main body
  a main body
  the main body

7. A procedure (most of the time referred to as a function) is like a subroutine, but with additional __________________. Most functions can accept parameters.
  features
  feats
  facets

8. This function __________________ ( = produces) the wrong value.
  returns
  reveals
  replays

9. A method is a function __________________ within an object.
  trapped
  contained
  captured

10. He has been programming for 15 years, and sometimes uses terms that are no longer __________________ in programming. ( = slightly outdated terms)
  overused
  used up
  widely used

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