Test Bank For Android How To Program 3rd Edition By Deitel


Edition: 3rd Edition

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Test Bank For Android How To Program 3rd Edition By Deitel

ISBN-13: 978-0134444307, ISBN-10: 9780134444307

Chapter 1: Introduction to Android

Q1. Which of the following is a key technlogy for implementing Android apps?

  1. Android Studio IDE (Integrated Development Environment),
  2. Java
  3. Android SDK (Software Development Kit)
  4. All of the above.

Answer: d. All of the above.

  • Android—The World’s Leading Mobile Operating System

No questions.

  • Android Features

Q1. One benefit of developing Android apps is the openness of the platform. The operating system is ________ and free. This allows you to view Android’s source code and see how its features are implemented.

  1. proprietary
  2. closed source
  3. open source
  4. None of the above.

Answer: c. open source.


Q2. Unlike Apple’s ________ iOS, which is available only on Apple devices, Android is available on devices from dozens of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and through numerous telecommunications carriers worldwide.

  1. open source
  2. proprietary
  3. universal access
  4. None of the above.

Answer: b. proprietary


Q3. Which of the following statements is true?

  1. Android apps are developed with Java—one of the world’s most widely used programming languages.
  2. Java was a logical choice for the Android platform, because it’s powerful, free, open source and used by millions of developers.
  3. Experienced Java programmers can quickly dive into Android development, using Google’s Android APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) and others available from third parties.
  4. All of the above.

Answer: d. All of the above.


Q4. GUI programming in Java is ________ —in this book, you’ll write apps that respond to various user-initiated events such as screen touches.

  1. user driven
  2. programmer driven
  3. IDE driven
  4. event driven.

Answer: d. event driven.


Q5. In addition to directly programming portions of your apps, you’ll also use the Android Studio IDE to conveniently ________ predefined objects such as buttons and textboxes into place on your screen, and label and resize them.

  1. drag and drop
  2. point and click
  3. copy and paste
  4. None of the above.

Answer: a. drag and drop.


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