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2.1. When the Welcome program is run, the first statement to be executed is?

(a) the constructor
(b) System.out.println("Welcome to Java!");
(c) new Welcome();
(d) the main method

2.2 To change the colour of drawing to green, we use

(a) setcolour(green)
(b) setcolor(green)
(c) g.setColor(Color.green)
(d) setColor(Color.green)

2.3 A comment that begins with // must end with

(a) //
(b) the end of a line
(c) */
(d) }

2.4 The following can be used as identifiers in a Java program:

(a) out, println and args
(b) only out and println
(c) only println and args
(d) none of them

2.5 To insert a new line between the printing of two values using println, we need

(a) + "n" +
(b) newline()
(c) "\n"
(d) + "\n" +

2.6 To add 10 to points, we would use:

(a) points + 10
(b) points += 10
(c) points =+ 10
(d) points ++ 10

2.7 The purpose of a constructor is to:

(a) create space for objects
(b) create space and initialize objects
(c) initialize objects
(d) run the program

2.8 Access to Curio.name will cause a compilation error because

(a) name is not defined in Curio
(b) name must be accessed via a Curio object
(c) name should have parentheses after it
(d) Curio should be spelt with a small c

2.9 If newArriveMins has the value 310, what will the formula for computing the 24 hour clock time in Example 2.6 give:

(a) 510
(b) 610
(c) 505
(d) 516

2.10 For the Curio class, the instantiation Baskets = new Curios ("Masks", 30, 80); will cause a compilation error because:

(a) the first parameter must be "Baskets"
(b) Baskets has a capital letter
(c) Baskets is not a class
(d) the parameters do not match that of the Curio class