SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: MATCHING. For exercises
6 through 11, match each
term to the appropriate description. Enter the letter you have selected in the space
provided. (One lettered statement will not be used.)
6. PL/I _____
a. Oriented to both the machine and the user.
7. MUMPS _____
b. Language of 0s and 1s; rarely used to write
8. Machine language _____
c. Uses convenient symbols and abbreviations,
9. High-level languages _____
instead of 0s and 1s; but still difficult to program
in this language.
10. Assembly language _____
d. Used in hospital applications.
11. APL _____
e. Powerful language, requiring substantial storage
for its compiler; not suited to small computers.
Combines science, math, and business
f. Easier to write programs in; storage locations of
data handled automatically. Written for and
understood by people.
g. Suited to formula-type problems; handles
complex problems with minimum of coding; used