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17.1   True/False 1) In JavaScript, a name and a value synonymous. 2)

Question : 17.1   True/False 1) In JavaScript, a name and a value synonymous. 2) : 1907249

17.1   True/False

1) In JavaScript, a name and a value are synonymous.

2) All variables in a JavaScript program must be declared.

3) In JavaScript, variables must be declared at the top of the program.

4) A JavaScript variable cannot be initialized in the same statement in which it is declared.

5) The statement terminator in JavaScript is the colon (:).

6) In JavaScript, strings must be enclosed by single (') or double (") quotes.

7) A Boolean value can be either true or false.

8) The flow of an assignment statement is always right to left.

9) Relational operators cannot be used on strings.

10) The outcome of a relational expression is always true or false.

11) The <then-statement> of an if statement only executes when the predicate is true.

12) The closing curly brace of a compound statement does not end with a semicolon.

13) When the <Boolean expression> of an if/else statement is false, the <else-statement> of the expression is executed.

14) Only one statement can be placed in a <then-statement> or an <else-statement>.

15) Adele Koss, one of the first professional programmers, stressed that one of the most challenging aspects of writing a program is devising an elegant solution.

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