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Most programming languages do not allow you to ask two or more questions in a single comparison by using a logical And Operator

Most programming languages allow you to ask two or more questions in a single comparison by using logical OR operator

In an AND situation, first ask the question that is more likely to be true.

When you satisfy two or more criteria to initiate an event in a program, you must make sure that the second decision is made entirely within the first decision

Loops cannot be contained within subprograms

When a calculation can be performed once before entering a loop, it is inefficient to place the calculation within the loop

An array's subscript may be an integer or a double

Declaring a numeric array automatically sets its individual elements to zero

If an array's first element has a subscript of 0, the 29th element in the array is array [___]

In some instances, it is correct to create a loop that cannot terminate

Program Structure Charts operate in an identical manner to hierarchy charts for organizations

Elements in an array are differentiated by numbers called subnumbers

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