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Achieve Success in the CIW 1D0-437 Exam: A Detailed CIW PERL FUNDAMENTALS Guide

Questions 11

Consider the following program code:

$x = 10;

LOOP: while ($x < 15)

{

print ($x );

if ($x >= 14 && $x <= 20)

{

$x += 2;

redo LOOP;

}

else

{

$x++;

}

What is the result of executing this program code?

Options:

A.

The code will output the following:

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

B.

The code will output the following:

10 11 12 13 14 16 18 20 22

C.

The code will output the following:

10 11 12 13 14 16 18 20

D.

The code will output the following:

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

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Questions 12

Consider the following program code:

@stack = (10, 10..25);

push(@stack, yellow);

shift(@stack);

push(@stack, white);

print shift(@stack);

What is the result of executing this program code?

Options:

A.

The code will fail at line 3 because shift requires two arguments.

B.

The code will output the following:

11

C.

The code will output the following:

10

D.

The code will output the following:

white

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Questions 13

Which one of the following choices will replace all occurrences of the word perl with the word Perl?

Options:

A.

s/Perl/perl/I;

B.

s/"perl"/"Perl"/g;

C.

s/"perl"/"Perl"/;

D.

s/perl/Perl/g;

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Questions 14

Which one of the following choices is a unary operator that can apply to only a single variable?

Options:

A.

++

B.

**

C.

/

D.

?

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Questions 15

Consider the following assignments:

$x = 9

$y = 7

$z = 5

Given these assignments, which one of the following expressions evaluates as true?

Options:

A.

($x - $y) != ($y - $z);

B.

($z * 2) <= $x;

C.

($y + $z + $x) = $y*3;

D.

($x 2) > $y;

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Questions 16

Consider the following code block:

BEGIN {print ("Jan ");}

BEGIN {print ("Feb ");}

END {print ("Mar ");}

END {print ("Apr ");}

Print ("May ");

What is the result of this code block?

Options:

A.

Jan Feb May Apr Mar

B.

Jan Feb Mar Apr May

C.

Mar Apr May Jan Feb

D.

May Jan Feb Mar Apr

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Questions 17

Consider the program code in the attached exhibit. What is the result of executing this program code?

1D0-437 Question 17

Options:

A.

The code will output the following:

20 100 Apple Grapefruit Orange

B.

The code will output the following:

Apple Grapefruit Orange 20 100

C.

The code will output the following:

100 20 Apple Grapefruit Orange

D.

The code will output the following:

Orange Grapefruit Apple 100 20

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Questions 18

Which of the following methods of calling a subroutine is not valid?

Options:

A.

$namex = getname();

B.

getname() = @array1;

C.

$yearstogo = $Retireage Currentage();

D.

$yearstogo = $Retireage Currentage($name);

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Questions 19

Which of the following choices demonstrates the correct syntax for creating a hash?

Options:

A.

%passwds = ("denise", "robert", "yolanda") => ("pass1", "pass2", "pass3");

B.

%passwds() = ("denise", "pass1", "robert", "pass2", "yolanda", "pass3");

C.

%passwds = (denise=> "pass1", robert=> "pass2", yolanda=> "pass3");

D.

%passwds{3} = ("denise", "robert", "yolanda") => ("pass1", "pass2", "pass3");

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Questions 20

Consider the following code:

%chars = ("a", "100", "b", "90", "c", "80");

Which one of the following choices will reverse the key/value pairing of the code?

Options:

A.

reverse(%chars);

B.

%chars = reverse(%chars);

C.

reverse(%chars) = %chars;

D.

invert(%chars);

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Exam Code: 1D0-437
Exam Name: CIW PERL FUNDAMENTALS
Last Update: Jun 23, 2024
Questions: 149

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