Multiple Choice Answers

1. (TCO 3) An object-oriented class is _____. (Points : 6)

a collection of objects
a template used to create specific instances
always an abstract class
a relationship between super and sub-types
None of the above

2. (TCO 1) The idea of placing data and the processes (methods) that operate on the data into the same object is referred to as _____. (Points : 6)

information hiding
polymorphism
object binding
encapsulation
inheritance

3. (TCO 1) Each object has _____ that specify information about the object. (Points : 6)

methods
messages
procedures
other objects
attributes