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Question No: 2

An Instance is the term for the real-time objects that are generated from the empty constructor template?



Answer: B

Question No: 3

refers to the fact that some objects cannot be used or referenced without referring to the parent object.

A. Containership

B. Enveloping

C. Parentship

D. Hierarchy

Answer: A

Question No: 4

A is used to send form contents to a server.

A. send box

B. submit button

C. send button

D. submit box

Answer: B

Question No: 5

The first character of a variable must not be a letter or an underscore, but subsequent characters can be letters, numbers, and the underscore character.



Answer: B

Question No: 6

The Microsoft implementation of the Netscape JavaScript language is called


A. VBScript

B. Java

C. ECMAScript

D. JScript

Answer: D

Question No: 7

document.cookie = "name = value"; or document.cookie = "name = value;expi es = date"; are both proper syntax for assigning cookies in JavaScript.



Answer: A

Question No: 8

var firstName="Sandy" would be the correct way to declare the variable firstName and assign it an initial value of "Sandy".

A. True

B. False

Answer: A

Question No: 9

The location object is subordinate to the object in the JavaScript hierarchy.

A. form field

B. window

C. browser

D. document

Answer: B

Question No: 10

The name=value pair is the only information required to generate a cookie. All other parameters are optional.



Answer: B

Question No: 11

Which of the following would be the correct JavaScript way to make a text string appear in bold print?

A. "<B>Hello!</B>"

B. "Hello!.bold()";

C. "Hello!".bold();

D. <b>"Hello!"</b>

Answer: C

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