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C programs are converted into machine language with the help of

A. An Editor

B. A compiler

C. An operating system

D. None of the above

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  1. A C variable cannot start with
  2. Character data types cannot be declared as unsigned.
  3. unsigned char has a range from 0 to ------------
  4. The output of the following code is: void main() {float a;int x = 10, y = 3; a = x / y;printf("%f",…
  5. Only one break can be used in one loop.
  6. All macro substitutions in a program are done before compilation of the program.
  7. Right shifting an operand 1bit is equivalent to multiplying it by 2.
  8. Which of the following is not a preprocessor directive
  9. What will be output if you will compile and execute the following c code? #include int main(){ int i=320;…
  10. What's wrong? (x = 4 && y = 5) ? (a = 5) ; (b = 6);
  11. The output of the following code is: void main(){int z, a = 5, b = 3; z = a * 2 + 26 % 3;printf("%d",…
  12. continue statement is used
  13. If the class name is X, what is the type of its “this” pointer (in a nonstatic, non-const…
  14. Which escape character can be used to beep from speaker in C?
  15. ------ is the ternary operator
  16. C programming language was developed by
  17. Expression 4**3 evaluates to 64.
  18. void' is a datatype.
  19. The array 'char name[10] can consist of a maximum of 9 characters.
  20. enum helps to create user defined datatype.
  21. Every if statement can be converted into an equivalent switch statement.
  22. Which of the following is a valid destructor of the class name "Country"
  23. Each pass through a loop is called a/an
  24. The contents of a file opened in 'r+' mode cannot be changed.
  25. The expression "b = 3 ^ 2;" will evaluate b = 9.
  26. An array declared as A[100][100] can hold a maximum of 100 elements.
  27. The output of the following code is: void main() {int a = 0; while (a<=50) for(;;) if(++a % 50==0)…
  28. It is necessary to initialize the array at the time of declaration.
  29. The expression (i + j)++ is illegal.
  30. strcat() function ----------------------- two strings.